On Sunday night, 56.9 million people watched Lions vs. 49ers on Fox.

On Sunday night, 56.9 million people watched Lions vs. 49ers on Fox.

The NFL does not mean “Not For Long.” This phrase means “Nobody F—king” Turns away, especially when things get dangerous.

On average, 56.9 million people watched Fox’s NFL Championship game involving the Lions and the 49ers on Sunday night.

It was 19% more than the NFC Championship last year, which was almost unbearable to watch after the San Francisco 49ers ran without their quarterbacks.

It’s also a 7% increase over the Bengals as well as Chiefs game that happened at the same time last year.

Those numbers will likely make them the fourth most non-Super Bowl shows ever shown on a network. Fox said it was the third most-watched NFL game that wasn’t the Super Bowl. It was also the most-watched NFC Championship since 2012.

56.6 million people watched the NFC Championship Game on Fox on Sunday, where the 49ers of San Francisco beat the Detroit Lions after falling behind. It was the most people who watched that round since 2012.

More than 19% more people watched this game than the NFC Championship Game among the Philadelphia Eagles as well as the San Francisco 49ers last year.

The 49ers won an exciting 34–31 game and earned a spot in Super Bowl LVIII. In the second half, they scored 27 straight points.

San Francisco’s Brock Purdy threw for 267 yards, one touchdown, and one interception. Christian McCaffrey or Elijah Mitchell scored three touchdowns on the ground together.

On February 11, at Allegiant Stadium, which is located in Las Vegas, Kyle Shanahan’s team will play the Kansas City Chiefs.

The Chiefs beat the Baltimore Ravens on the road to advance to the NFC Championship Game. That was faster than the average of 56.9 million people who watched Night 1 during prime time on 21 networks.

CNN beat Fox News to become the top news network overall in prime time on the second night of coverage of the 2020 presidential election.

With 7.12 million viewers, CNN had its second-highest total during its 40-year history and beat all broadcast and cable outlets.

As the night went on, tensions rose as the vote tallies continued in several key states that will decide the winner in the race in President Trump and his opponent, Joe Biden.

The change happened the day after Fox News’s coverage of Election Night in prime time drew 13.7 million viewers, more than any other network. It was the most-watched Election Night coverage in the history of cable news.

That number was less than the 71 million people who watched live coverage of the election results on November 8, 2016, during prime time on 13 networks.

In the news demo of adults 25–54, CNN also came out on top. FNC, NBC, and MSNBC came in hot behind.

CNN said that the most people ever watched a show on that night in 2016. Wednesday night’s number is now second only to that record high.

The network had more viewers than FNC (6.34 million), MSNBC (4.81 million), and all three of the other broadcast networks that showed primetime last night.

On Wednesday, after Election Day, Fox & Friends had its highest-rated show ever, with an average of 4.64 million viewers and 1.04 million adults 25–54.

NBC had three hours of primetime programming Wednesday night, while ABC and CBS only had hourlong specials at 10 p.m. Nielsen Live + Same Day fast affiliates showed that 3.41 million people watched NBC.

All of the cable and broadcast networks have also seen big increases in digital viewers this election season. Biden is getting close to the 270 Electoral College votes he needs to win the presidency.

This is because more people are watching on the web. When primetime and all-day numbers are added together, Fox News is still the most-watched show over the two days.

Expect a lot of people to watch tonight’s coverage, which will focus from the final vote counts in Nevada, Pennsylvania, Georgia, and Arizona, which are all important swing states.