The NFL makes 93 of the top 100 telecasts of 2023, with three college football games on the list, while State of the Union is the only political program that features … but MLB, NBA and NHL didn’t make the cut.

The NFL claimed 93 of the top 100 broadcasts on US TV last year as three college football games cracked the list, while State of the Union was the only political program to appear, but MLB, NBA and NHL games failed to make the cut. rust.

That’s a significant improvement over the already impressive number of NFL games (82) making the rankings in 2022, according to Nielsen. In 2017, the NFL was allocated 61 slots.

What’s more, 2023 marked the first time a single sport dominated the top 100, with college basketball just missing out as CBS’ presentation of the San Diego State-UConn title game was the 101st most-watched telecast of the year.

The Dallas Cowboys were the NFL’s most-watched team over the past 12 months, averaging 25.2 million viewers per game over 13 nationally televised appearances. The American team «featured no less than 18 of the 100 biggest audiences of the year,» it reports Sportrico.

The Kansas City Chiefs also proved popular last year when Patrick Mahomes and co. they earned 16 of the top 100 slots, one over their Super Bowl LVII rivals the Philadelphia Eagles.

The NFL accounted for 93 of the 100 most-watched telecasts in the country for the calendar year

President Joe Biden’s State of the Union address ranked as the 21st most-watched telecast

Meanwhile, the best local NFL team has proven to be the Buffalo Bills, who have also been featured on national television on 13 separate occasions.

The Big Ten game between Ohio State and bitter rival Michigan drew 19.1 million viewers and ranked 58th — two spots ahead of the 95th Academy Awards. Georgia’s SEC title game against Alabama is ranked as the 71st most-watched television program in the US (17.5 million viewers), while the College Football Championship game ranked 74th (17.2 million viewers).

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Horse racing also did well, with NBC’s racing segment coverage of the 149th Kentucky Derby ranking 106th.

The NBA ranked as high as 120th for its nationally televised Game 5 of the NBA Finals between the Miami Heat and Denver Nuggets.

The Dallas Cowboys were the top-rated team at 25.2 million viewers per game.

Basketball didn’t make the top 100, ranking 101st in the NCAA Championship rankings.

The final round of the 87th Masters Tournament finished at 131st, while Game 5 of the World Series between the Arizona Diamondbacks and Texas Rangers was the 140th most-watched televised event in America.

The State of the Union Address became the 21st most-watched TV program of 2023 in the US, while the 97th annual Macy’s Thanksgiving Day Parade in New York entered the top 50 (#45). Both programs were the only non-sports (and non-football related) programs to appear in the top 100 broadcasts.

The Academy Awards climbed 17 spots from last year at the top of TV at No. 60. Coronation of King Charles III. drew just over a million more viewers than the Angel Reese-Caitlin Clark battle in the NCAA women’s title game.

Neither of these two programs made it into the top 100 US broadcasts.

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