Viewership of 14.5 Million Across TV and Digital –
Up +14% vs. 2020 Week 6 ‘Thursday Night Football’ Matchup
Average Minute Audience on All Digital Platforms, Including Amazon Prime Video, Hits 1.5 Million –
Second Highest for Any NFL Regular Season Game on Record
Last night’s Thursday Night Football Presented by Bud Light Platinum game featuring the Tampa Bay Buccaneers 28-22 win over the Philadelphia Eagles was seen by an average audience of 14.5 million across all platforms, including FOX, NFL Network, FOX Deportes, NFL digital, FOX Sports digital, Amazon Prime Video, Twitch and Yahoo Sports mobile properties.
The 14.5 million viewers for Buccaneers-Eagles across all platforms is up +14% versus last year’s Week 6 Thursday Night Football matchup between the Kansas City Chiefs and Buffalo Bills (12.7 million).
Digital streaming across Amazon Prime Video, Twitch, NFL digital, Buccaneers and Eagles mobile properties, FOX Sports digital and Yahoo Sports mobile properties produced an average minute audience of 1.5 million – up +59% versus last year’s Week 6 Thursday Night Football matchup (954k).
Amazon Prime Video and Twitch reached a total of 2.3 million combined viewers worldwide for the FOX pre-game and post-game shows and the Tampa Bay Buccaneers vs. Philadelphia Eagles game. For the Tampa Bay Buccaneers vs. Philadelphia Eagles game alone, 2.1 million worldwide viewers initiated a stream on Prime Video or Twitch. The average worldwide audience watching Thursday Night Football for at least 30 seconds on Prime Video or Twitch was 850K.
The 2021 Thursday Night Football Presented by Bud Light Platinum season continues Thursday, October 21 when quarterback Baker Mayfield and the Cleveland Browns host quarterback Teddy Bridgewater and the Denver Broncos at 8:20 PM ET on FOX, NFL Network and Amazon Prime Video. Pregame coverage on NFL Network begins with TNF First Look at 3:00 PM ET, followed by NFL GameDay Kickoff at 6:00 PM ET. At 7:30 PM ET, FOX NFL Thursday airs on FOX, NFL Network and Amazon Prime Video.
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