Super Bowl 48 delivered an incredible 111.5 million viewers, enough to rank Sunday’s game as the most-watched U.S. telecast of all time, edging out 2011′s previous record-holding game. The last five Super Bowls are now the five most watched TV programs in U.S. history (the M*A*S*H finale now ranks sixth). Only last year’s telecast broke a string of rising ratings that started in 2006. The half-time show also set a record with 115.3 million viewers watching Bruno Mars and the Red Hot Chili Peppers, beating the 110.8 million delivered by Beyonce last year and the prior record of 114.0 million set by Madonna two years ago. The top markets for the game were Kansas City and Seattle.