What Channel is the Super Bowl On? TV & Streaming Guide for Super Bowl LVIII

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The Super Bowl will be here before you know it, and whether you are a fan of NFL football or not, you can bet that (just like every year) this will be the most-watched program in the United States for the entire year.

Last year, the Super Bowl brought in a record number of over 115 million viewers, and based on historic trends, we can expect that number to rise even higher. This is a battle between the two best teams from each conference -- one of which will be crowned Super Bowl champions as the confetti falls as soon as the clock ticks down on the game.

This isn't just a highly-anticipated Super Bowl matchup, this is the biggest sporting event in the nation. Friends and family everywhere will gather for Super Bowl parties to watch the pre-game concerts, Usher performing at halftime, and, of course, the witty and hilarious Super Bowl commercials.

As make your Super Bowl plans, here's how you can be sure to watch Super Bowl LVIII this year.

How to watch the 2024 Super Bowl LVIII

  • Date: Sunday, Feb. 11th
  • Time: 6:30 p.m. Eastern Time
  • Location: Allegiant Stadium (Las Vegas, Nevada)
  • TV: CBS, Nickelodeon
  • Stream: Paramount+, FuboTV
  • Halftime show: Usher

This year's Super Bowl will take place on February 11th at 6:30 p.m. Eastern Time at Allegiant Stadium in Las Vegas. This is an appealing destination for fans who have purchased tickets because of the weather, casinos, and tourist attractions.

This year, Super Bowl LVIII will be broadcast nationally on CBS. This means that anyone in the continental U.S.A. who has access to CBS through their local cable provider or antenna can watch the game. In addition, you can tune in to watch the Super Bowl on Nickelodeon this year as well.

For those hoping to stream the game, you can do so with a subscription to Paramount+ or by streaming the CBS broadcast with a subscription to FuboTV.

This is a must-watch event for football fans and non-football fans alike, so get your finger foods, pizza, and popcorn ready and tune in at 6:30 p.m. on Sunday, February 11th for the most-watched television event of the year!