If you watched any of the Super Bowl this past Sunday, just know you were not alone.

According to the latest ratings released on Monday, Sunday's Super Bowl was the most-watched television show in history.

On average 123.4 million viewers across the country tuned in to watch the Kansas City Chiefs beat the San Francisco 49ers in overtime to win their 3rd Super Bowl in four years.

Sunday's Super Bowl audience grew around 7% from 2023 when around 115 million people tuned in to watch last year's "Big Game"

Nielsen has collected TV ratings data since 1950 and 29 out of the top 30 all-time most watched TV shows are Super Bowls.

The lone non-Super Bowl show was the series finale of M*A*S*H which aired on February 28th, 1983. That show, which is now 11th overall, was watched by almost 106 million people.

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The biggest event to ever be watched in America is the moon landing back in 1969. It is estimated that nearly 150 million people tuned in to watch that event.

Here is a look at the most viewed TV shows in history that are not Super Bowls.

1 M*A*S*H ("Goodbye, Farewell and Amen") 106.0 February 28, 1983

2 Dallas ("Who Done It") 83.6 November 21, 1980

3 Cheers ("One for the Road") 80.5 May 20, 1993

4 1994 Winter Olympics – Ladies' singles figure skating 78.8 February 23, 1994

5 The Day After 77.4 November 20, 1983

6 Roots ("Part VIII") 76.7 January 30, 1977

7 Seinfeld ("The Finale") 76.3 May 14, 1998

It is estimated that around 100 million people tuned in and saw Usher's 13-minute half-time performance.

Some people think that more people were watching due to Taylor Swift's relationship with Travis Kelce. She was shown several times during the broadcast and even came down on the field when the Chiefs celebrated the win.

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