Night net null null null null The Super Bowl is annually the most-watched program every year, so it's not quite a surprise to see that Netflix viewership plummeted during the big game.But the streaming platform, which usually keeps its viewing data under wraps, let people know just how many people ended up not watching Netflix on Sunday. According to a tweet from the official Netflix account, the platform saw a 32 percent drop in viewership from a typical Sunday. so apparently this Super Bowl thing is kind of a big deal ... looks like Netflix viewing in the US is down about 32% compared to a normal Sunday— Netflix US (@netflix) February 4, 2019SUPER BOWL COMMERCIALS:Watch the best ads from the big gameWhile there's no data to back this up for Netflix specifically, Sunday has often been the most-viewed day of the week for TV viewers. So it'd only seem logical that Netflix's viewership wo
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