Super Bowl 2016: Live Stream, Time, TV channel, schedule, announcers – Details

Super Bowl 2016: Live Stream, Time, TV channel, schedule, announcers, odds
Super Bowl 2016: Live Stream, Time, TV channel, schedule, announcers, odds

The Super Bowl contains multitudes. Were it just a football game, we would be able to squeak by with just 4,897 hours of pregame coverage over the two weeks since the championship games. But with so much else going on, we need the Gladwellian 10,000 hours, making us all experts when it comes to hype before the game kicks off around 6:30 p.m. ET Sunday night on CBS.

The Super Bowl halftime show will be Coldplay. Every year it seems the Super Bowl halftime show becomes a bigger and bigger deal and this year is no exception with Beyonce and Bruno Mars also involved in the halftime entertainment this year. Before the halftime show, check out links to some of our Super Bowl recipes for your party.

There are a ton of odd Super Bowl prop bets this year, including how many times the announcers will say dabbing. The over / under is 1.5 — I’m going with the over. There’s also one on whether Ted Ginn will drop a pass — that’s not as funny.’

We have the nuts and bolts for the game below. It starts at 6:35 p.m. ET and with a long halftime show will probably take close to four hours. Jim Nantz and Phil Simms are the announcers for the big game while you can also stream the game on CBS.

When is the Super Bowl?

Super Bowl 50 is Sunday, Feb. 7.

How can I watch Super Bowl 50?

The Super Bowl will be televised live on CBS, with Jim Nantz, Phil Simms and Tracy Wolfson calling the game. Also, ESPN Deportes will provide a Spanish-language telecast of the game.

CBS announced its coverage plans and TV programming for the event, which will include The NFL Today hosts James Brown, Tony Gonzalez, Bill Cowher, Bart Scott and Boomer Esiason counting down to kickoff on the Super Bowl 50 pregame show with various guests and analysts.
Can I watch the game online?

Yes! Super Bowl 50 will be streamed live on

Online coverage starts with The Super Bowl Today at 2 p.m. ET.

There are several ways for you to watch via computer, tablet, and home entertainment device.

Via This is the easiest way. Head to this link to stream the game. One stop shop to watch NFL football on desktop or tablet. It’s our in-house player, tried and tested for excellent performance. Live streaming on mobile devices is only available for eligible Verizon Wireless customers via the NFL mobile app.

Others: The CBS Sports Channel/App on Xbox One, Chromecast, Amazon Fire TV, Android TV, Roku and Apple TV. Coverage can also be accessed on Android tablets, iPads and Windows 10 tablets and desktop computers