Best Monday Night Football Audience in More than 25 Seasons! ESPN’s Eagles-Chiefs Super Bowl LVII Rematch Draws 29 Million Viewers, the Most-Watched MNF Game Since 1996

ESPN’s presentation of the Super Bowl LVII rematch between the Philadelphia Eagles and Kansas City Chiefs (November 21, 8:15 p.m. ET) is the most-watched Monday Night Football game in 27 years, drawing more than 29 million viewers (ESPN, ABC, ESPN2, ESPN+, ESPN Deportes and NFL+). The audience of 29,021,000 viewers is the television franchise’s best – and The Walt Disney Company’s best – since 1996 (Green Bayat Dallas, 31.5 million), spanning more than 450 games and the entire ESPN era of Monday Night Football.

Best of the Season and Most-Watched Telecast Since Super Bowl LVII
The Eagles-Chiefs is the most-watched telecast since the teams faced off in Super Bowl LVII (Feb. 12, 2023), making it the most-watched NFL game this season across all networks. Dating back to the 2022 regular season, Eagles-Chiefs is the most-watched NFL game in nearly a full calendar year (Thanksgiving 2022).

More on Eagles-Chiefs:

ESPN’s Monday Night Football with Multiple Viewership Records in 2023
With the record-breaking ESPN MNF audience, ESPN has now delivered its two most-watched Monday Night Football games ever during the 2023 season. The Week 11 viewership topped ESPN’s Week 1 audience of 22.6 million (Bills-Jets), which set a record at the time.

Monday Night Football aired on ABC prior to 2006


Media Contacts:
Derek Volner:
Lily Blum:

Exit mobile version