“NFL ON CBS” CONTINUES RECORD-SETTING START TO SEASON ACROSS ALL PLATFORMS
CBS Sports Scores Its Most-Watched Week 4 Game Window Since 1998, Averaging 24.647 Million Viewers
“NFL on CBS” Is Averaging 18.559 Million Viewers This Season, Best Start in 12 Years
Paramount+ Has Its Most-Streamed NFL Season Through Week 4
The NFL ON CBS continues to deliver massive viewership across all platforms with record-setting numbers.
Sunday’s national game window, led by the Packers’ overtime victory over the Patriots at Lambeau Field, averaged 24.647 million viewers, the most-watched Week 4 window on CBS since the NFL returned to CBS in 1998 and up +8% vs. last year’s comparable window.
This season, CBS Sports is averaging 18.559 million viewers, the Network’s best start since 2010.
Paramount+, featuring live NFL ON CBS local market games, has recorded its most-streamed NFL season through the first four weeks and scored double-digit year-over-year growth in households, minutes and average minute audience (AMA) in Week 4.
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