CTV converts with more than 2 million viewers for each NFL Conference Final games

The road to SUPER BOWL XLV delivered hard-hitting audiences for CTV yesterday. BBM Canada overnight data confirms that the AFC Championship on Sunday evening featuring the Pittsburgh Steelers and New York Jets attracted an average audience of more than 2.12 million viewers. 

Earlier in the afternoon, an average audience of 2.11 million viewers tuned in to CTV to see Aaron Rodgers and the Green Pay Packers secure their place in the SUPER BOWL by defeating their main rivals the Chicago Bears in a hard-fought NFC Championship.

The NFL Conference Finals won the day for CTV in total viewers and in all key adult demographics. They were also the two most-watched sporting events on an extremely competitive weekend in world of sports broadcasting. 

The two games rank among the top four NFL playoff audiences ever on Canadian television just behind last year’s record-setting NFC and AFC championship games. 

Overall, this NFL postseason has been a success on Canadian television with all ten NFL Wildcard and Playoff games on CTV and TSN registering average audiences of more than one million viewers.

The Pittsburgh Steelers and the Green Bay Packers will face-off against each other in SUPER BOWL XLV. CTV has exclusive Canadian coverage of the single most-watched sporting event in North America on Super Bowl Sunday, Feb. 6 with coverage beginning at 2 p.m. ET. 

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