4 February 2013 1:08 PM, PST | Collider.com | See recent Collider.com news »

The TV ratings for last night’s power-deficient Super Bowl Xlvii and the post-game episode of Elementary are in.  Though initial reports predicted record-breaking numbers, the total audience for last night’s game hit 108 million viewers, which is shy of 2012’s record 111.3 million viewers and 2011’s 111.0 million.  That said, Super Bowl Xlvii still stands as the third most-watched event in television history.  Hit the jump to see how the post-game program fared. In the coveted post-game spot, a special episode of the CBS procedural Elementary fell short of last year’s post-game episode of The Voice, scoring 20.8 million viewers versus The Voice’s 37.6 million viewers.  The smaller audience isn’t entirely the show’s fault, though, as a significant game delay due to power problems meant that Elementary didn’t get started until pretty late in the evening, so some viewers likely skipped the show for sleep.  The numbers are »

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