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It’s that time of the year again. Super Bowl LVIII (or 58) is all set to kick off Sunday evening, with the squaring off against the . The Super Bowl is way more than just football and will likely be a star-studded event with celebrities like in attendance. The broadcast itself will feature tons of new and unique camera shots like the brand-new installed in the uprights.
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Even for non-football fans, the Super Bowl is worth watching just for its halftime show and its commercials. However, I haven’t seen anything to top the , which includes the iconic Budweiser frogs. Oh, and we forget that the Super Bowl is home to And if you’re hosting a party for the big game, we’ve found the best gadgets to turn your .Here’s all that you need to know Super Bowl LVIII.
The Super Bowl is airing on CBS and streaming on . There will also be an alternative ‘kid and family-friendly’ broadcast on Nickelodeon. You can tune in to CBS and watch the game for free if you have cable TV.
You can use an to pick the signal up for free. You need to be able to receive your .
You can sign up for Paramount Plus if you don’t have cable or an antenna. It offers a one-week free trial to try out the service. The is the one you want that is just $6 a month, so there isn’t much to worry , even if you forget to cancel your trial in time. You can also sign into CBS.com or the CBS Sports app to stream the Big Game.