What channel is Super Bowl on in Phoenix?

What channel is Super Bowl on in Phoenix?

What channel is the Super Bowl on in 2021?

Market Fox affiliate (digital/virtual channel)
Houston KHOU (11)
Boston WBZ-TV (4)
Atlanta WGCL-TV (46)
Phoenix KPHO-TV (5)

Which TV network is broadcasting the Super Bowl 2022?

On March 13, 2019, CBS announced that it had agreed to trade Super Bowl LVI with NBC in exchange for Super Bowl LV, thus both Super Bowl LVI and the 2022 Winter Olympics will be televised by NBC.

How can I watch Super Bowl 2021 for free?

You can watch the game FOR FREE on CBSSports.com and the CBS Sports App on your phone and connected TV devices.

Where can you watch the Superbowl for free?

Fans can simply watch the game for free online on CBSSports.com. If you prefer a streaming site, CBS All Access, fuboTV, Hulu Plus Live TV and YouTube TV all offer free trials. App users can also watch the game for free on the CBS Sports App, NFL App and Yahoo! Sports App.

Who airs the Super Bowl 2022?

The game will be televised nationally by NBC.

Who gets to broadcast the Super Bowl?

NBC to host broadcast the Super Bowl in 2026, 2030 and 2034. Retains Sunday night package. All NFL broadcasts on NBC to also be aired via Peacock streaming service. Peacock gets one additional exclusive regular season game a year from 2023 to 2028, with streaming service adding dedicated NFL channel.

What are the TV channels for the Super Bowl?

So get that television tuned to the right channel, sit back and enjoy the game. Three networks — CBS, Fox and NBC — are in agreement with the NFL to rotate the broadcasts between their channels in three-year sequences.

When is the last time Fox will show the Super Bowl?

In 2020, it’s Fox’s turn to broadcast the Super Bowl, marking its last Super Bowl broadcast of the current TV rights deal. This will be the ninth time Fox has shown the Super Bowl. (CBS has the most Super Bowl broadcasts with 20.)

What’s the time for the Super Bowl in Arizona?

But the season went on as scheduled, and we’ve arrived at the end, right on time. CBS Sports will broadcast the game, starting at 9:30 a.m. Arizona time with seven hours of pregame coverage. (You could watch “Minari” three times during that span.)

Who are the TV announcers for Super Bowl 55?

Nantz and Romo are CBS’ top NFL broadcast team and will call Super Bowl 55 from Raymond James Stadium in Tampa, Florida. This will be the sixth Super Bowl with Nantz on play-by-play duties.