93.15 million people watched the 2007 Super Bowl
Millions and millions
While it is impossible to count the number of people that watched the Super Bowl on television, it is estimated that 90.7 million people watched the Super Bowl on February 5th, 2006.
An estimated 86.8 million people watched Super Bowl XXXVI.
A record 111.3 million people in the United States watched Super Bowl 2012.
106.5 million Americans watched the Super Bowl on television, while 74,059 people were at the Sun Life Stadium where Super Bowl XLIV took place.
An estimated 91 million people watched the 2007 Super Bowl
111 million people in the U.S. watch Super Bowl XLV.
at least 22 million people with TV sets watch the 1967 super bowl ( the first Super Bowl )
About 111.5 million people watched the Super Bowl 48.
An estimated 111 million people watched the 2012 Super Bowl, according to Nielsen Ratings.
Super bowl, besides FIFA it is the most watched sporting event
Super Bowl 45 over 11 million people watched it
A million people watched the 2010 super bowl it was amazing all those touchdowns the saints made
According to wiki about 111 million people
A record 111.3 million people watched the New York Giants defeat the New England Patriots in Super Bowl 2012 in the United States alone.
Zero. There was no Television or SuperBowl in 1920.
Super Bowl (48) XLVIII, played on February 2, 2014, had 112.2 million viewers.
134 million people from all over the world
Nielsen ratings for the 2007 Super Bowl were 42.6. An estimated 93 million viewers watched the game in the US. The game was broadcast to over 200 countries and territories around the world.
Answer: No. The Super Bowl is constantly the most watched program of the year. Plus, the Super Bowl is on broadcast stations, while Wrestlemania is on digital cable.
Well CNN said 97 Million people watched Super Bowl XLII. This was a new record. after 1996 Super Bowl. Also this is 2nd all time after the last episode of MASH, which CNN said had a total of 104 million (Might have said 106) people.