More people watched 'The NFL on CBS' than any other network for entire 2013 regular seasonby jmaloni
More people watched "The NFL on CBS" games than any other network in 2013, based on a cumulative analysis of Nielsen data. CBS has led all networks in Persons 2 + cumulative viewing in eight of the past 10 NFL regular-seasons.
Through 17 weeks of the 2013 regular-season (Sept. 5-Dec. 29), "The NFL on CBS" regular-season games were seen in all-or-part by an estimated 164.1 million viewers, 8 percent higher than NBC's 151.4 million viewers, 2 percent higher than FOX's 161.4 million viewers, and 60 percent higher than ESPN's 102.8 million.
"The NFL on CBS" viewership for the 2013 regular season is up 4 percent vs. the 2012 season's 157.5 million.
The cumulative audience is based on Total Viewers (Persons 2+) who have watched at least six minutes of NFL game coverage since the start of the 2013 regular-season.