The Super Bowl LVIII is taking place tomorrow, as the San Francisco 49ers face off against the defending champion Kansas City Chiefs at Las Vegas’ Allegiant Stadium. This game marks the culmination of a long NFL season that included 18 regular-season weeks and three rounds of playoff games.
If you want to watch the big game, it will be broadcast on CBS and Nickelodeon at 6:30 p.m. ET on Sunday, February 11th. In addition to being shown on television, the game will also be available for streaming via Paramount+ on all platforms, as well as being viewable on CBS.com and CBS Sports apps.
The halftime show will feature a performance by Usher, making it a must-see event for football fans. This year’s Super Bowl is particularly unique because it will be shown in two different formats – with CBS broadcasting the traditional game and Nickelodeon showing a kids- and family-friendly telecast.
Nickelodeon’s telecast will feature kid-themed elements with virtual-reality graphics and Nick characters, providing an alternative viewing experience for younger audiences. CBS Sports Network and CBS Sports HQ will also offer more than 115 hours of coverage leading up to the game, giving fans plenty of time to get ready for the big event.
The pregame coverage begins on Monday, February 5th at 6 a.m. ET, so be sure to tune in early to get all the latest news and updates leading up to kickoff. Don’t miss out on this highly anticipated matchup between two of the best teams in the NFL!