There are numerous ways for viewers to watch this year’s Super Bowl, whether they want to watch the NFL championship game between the Philadelphia Eagles and the Kansas City Chiefs on Sunday or just watch Rihanna perform.
On February 12, Super Bowl LVII kicks off at 6:30 p.m. Eastern Time.
How to watch the Super Bowl in 2023 on TV
Those with cable or a live TV streaming service can watch the big game on Fox in 4K. Fox Deportes will broadcast the 2023 Super Bowl to viewers who speak Spanish.
Hulu Live TV, YouTube TV, DirecTV Stream, FuboTV, and Sling TV all support streaming the Fox network. Due to the fact that FuboTV, YouTube TV, DirecTV Stream, and Sling TV all offer free trials, subscribers can even watch the game for free. There is no longer a free trial for Hulu Live TV.
On the NFL+ app, the Fox Sports app, and the Fox Sports website, viewers can also watch Super Bowl LVII in both HD and 4K.
What to anticipate from the Super Bowl in 2023
The 2023 Super Bowl will likely attract a large audience that wants to see an exciting battle between the champions of the AFC and NFC. The 2022 Super Bowl saw the largest audience in five years, with an average of 112.3 million viewers on linear television and 11.2 million viewers on streaming, an increase of 15.9 million year-over-year.
The Philadelphia Hawks will play in their fourth Super Bowl, while the Kansas City Bosses will show up in their fifth. The Chiefs have won three Super Bowls, while the Eagles have only won one.
In addition, the Chiefs’ Travis Kelce and the Eagles’ Jason Kelce will compete against one another in the Super Bowl for the first time in NFL history.
Kevin Burkhard, the announcer, will provide play-by-play commentary for the fans. Greg Olsen, a former tight end, will serve as the analyst. Burkhard and Olsen will work together for the very first time in a Super Bowl, which is noteworthy. Sideline journalists Erin Andrews and Tom Rinaldi will give inclusion also. The rules analyst will be Mike Pereira, a former Vice President of Officiating for the NFL.
Naturally, there will be a lot of people watching the Super Bowl ads this year. Let’s just hope they aren’t as offensive as the crypto ads from last year.
Performances of music
Chris Stapleton, a country singer, will perform the national anthem prior to the start of the game. Additionally, the national anthem will be sung by actor Troy Kotsur from Apple TV+’s “CODA” in American Sign Language (ASL).
“America the Beautiful” will be performed by R&B singer Babyface. During the pre-show, “Abbott Rudimentary” entertainer Sheryl Lee Ralph will perform “Lift Each Voice and Sing.”
This year’s halftime show will be watched by a lot of people, especially because Rihanna is performing. Her most recent studio album, 2016’s “Anti,” came out more than six years ago. “Lift Me Up,” Rihanna’s most recent single, was included in the soundtrack for “Black Panther: Wakanda for all time.
The ASL version of the halftime show will be provided by Justina Miles, a popular TikTok star.
The Super Bowl halftime show is now sponsored by Apple Music rather than Pepsi. There are no other confirmed musical guests. Dr. Dre, Snoop Dogg, Eminem, Mary J. Blige, Kendrick Lamar, and 50 Cent performed at the halftime show last year.
Back end and pregame occasions
On February 10, the NFL will host a free Roblox-exclusive virtual concert featuring hip-hop artist Saweetie for the Super Bowl LVII pregame. Roblox’s newest location, Warner Music Group’s Rhythm City, opened its doors on February 4. At 7:00 p.m. ET, the concert begins.
Fans can always count on adorable puppies to get them excited for the Super Bowl on game day. The first episode of Puppy Bowl XIX will air on Discovery+, HBO Max, Animal Planet, and TBS at 2:00 p.m. ET. Team Fluff will take on Team Ruff in the three-hour competition. Additionally, at 1:00 p.m. ET, a pregame show will allow viewers to meet 122 puppies from 34 states’ 67 shelters and rescues.
TikTok users can watch the NFL Tailgate party on the NFL’s TikTok page (@NFL) prior to the game. The party will feature live performances by Jason Derulo and The Black Keys, in addition to special guests from the NFL and TikTok creators. Additionally, segments of performances by The Black Keys and Jason Derulo will air on the Fox Super Bowl LVII Pregame Show.