Best Season Viewership in Seven Years, Averaging 18.005 Million Viewers Through Week 11

CBS Sports’ Most-Watched Game of Season and Best Week 11 Game Window since NFL Returned to CBS in 1998, Averaging 27.546 Million Viewers

Paramount+ Has Its Most-Streamed NFL Season through Week 11

The NFL ON CBS continues to set record viewership across all platforms this season with another strong performance in Week 11, highlighted by its most-watched game window of the season.

CBS Sports is delivering its best season viewership since 2015, averaging 18.005 million viewers through Week 11.

Sunday’s national game window, with Cowboys-Vikings and Bengals-Steelers, is the Network’s most-watched Week 11 game window since the NFL returned to CBS in 1998, averaging 27.546 million viewers. Along with Week Two’s national game window (led by Bengals-Cowboys, 27.391 million viewers), the NFL ON CBS has surpassed 27 million viewers twice this season, the most of any network.

The regional game window, led by Eagles-Colts, averaged 15.257 million viewers and is CBS’ most-watched regional game window in November in six years.

Paramount+, featuring live NFL ON CBS local market games, has recorded its most-streamed NFL season through the first 11 weeks and scored double-digit year-over-year growth in households, minutes and average minute audience (AMA) vs. last year’s comparable weekend.


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