Super Bowl LVIII is here and will kick off in a matter of hours, meaning we are one game away from the 2023 NFL season becoming officially in the books. A champion is set to be crowned almost exactly five months since the Week 1 opener.
Two teams still stand — the San Francisco 49ers and the defending champion Kansas City Chiefs — and will battle for the right to hoist the Lombardi Trophy. The big game begins soon, and what’s Super Bowl Sunday without special pregame coverage? Fortunately, CBS Sports has you covered.
With this year’s Super Bowl fast approaching, here’s a look at how you can watch.
Prior to broadcasting the big game on CBS and Nickelodeon — and streaming on Paramount+ — the network will feature an exclusive residency in Las Vegas, producing live episodes of everything from “The NFL Today” to the “Pick Six NFL Podcast” in the week leading up to Chiefs-49ers. All the multiplatform coverage will come from specially designed sets along the Fountains of Bellagio.
As part of the festivities, CBS Sports HQ will offer extensive pregame and postgame coverage on Super Bowl Sunday itself. Here’s how to watch:
CBS Sports HQ pregame, postgame coverage
Super Bowl pregame coverage on Sunday, Feb. 11, includes:
“Super Bowl Gameday”
|Pete Prisco, Bryant McFadden, Emory Hunt, Leger Douzable, Danny Kanell
Super Bowl pregame
|Leger Douzable, Danny Kanell, Todd Furhman, Emory Hunt
|~ 10 p.m. ET
|Super Bowl postgame
|Pete Prisco, Bryant McFadden, Leger Douzable, Danny Kanell
How to watch
CBS Sports HQ is CBS Sports’ free 24/7 streaming network. It is currently available on CBSSports.com; the CBS Sports app for key connected TV devices including Amazon Fire TV, Apple TV and Roku; the CBS Sports mobile app for iOS and Android; CBSN; and Paramount+. To watch CBS Sports HQ, visit www.cbssports.com/live/.