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#SB49: Super Bowl 2015 pregame show TV schedule on NBC begins Sunday, Feb. 1, at 12pm ET, with the special Football America: Our Teams. NBC has a total of six hours of Super Bowl XLIX pregame show coverage. Full press release and details from NBC Sports below: NBC SPORTS PRESENTS SIX HOURS OF SUPER BOWL XLIX PRE-GAME COVERAGE NBC Super Bowl XLIX Pre-Game Show Begins on NBC at Noon ET on Sunday, Feb. 1 Dan Patrick, Josh Elliott, Tony Dungy, Rodney Harrison, Hines Ward, Mike Florio, Peter King, Bob Costas, Al Michaels, Cris Collinsworth and Michele Tafoya Preview Super Bowl XLIX … Continue reading
The 2015 NFL Honors ceremony salutes the best players and plays from the 2014 NFL season, including the Associated Press awards for Most Valuable Player, Rookie of the Year, Offensive and Defensive Player of the Year, and the Walter Payton NFL Man of the Year. Also announced are the inductees into the 2015 Pro Football Hall of Fame class. Seth Meyers hosts the ceremony from Symphony Hall in Phoenix, Ariz., beginning Saturday, Jan. 31, at 9pm ET/PT on NBC. Full press release and details from the NFL: NATIONAL FOOTBALL LEAGUE CELEBRATES SEASON WITH “4th ANNUAL NFL HONORS” SUPER BOWL EVE … Continue reading
Super Bowl XLIX is less than a week away, and we’re already seeing some of the big-budget ads that will play during the big game. Each 30-second spot costs advertisers $4.5 million, so it’s no wonder that companies try to get a little more bang our of their advertising buck by getting eyeballs on their messages prior to gameday. Releasing commercials prior to the game also allows advertisers to create a longer message than the pricy 30-second spots that will air on Super Bowl Sunday. As commercials become available, we’ll post them here. And check back on Monday, Feb. 2, for … Continue reading
The NFL Today analyst Boomer Esiason and Scorpion’s Katharine McPhee host this special Monday, Jan. 26, at 8pm ET/PT on CBS, celebrating the commercials that have become almost as big as the Super Bowl itself. Viewers can vote live on CBS.com between the “New School” and “Old School” commercials, and America’s all-time favorite Super Bowl spot will be revealed at the end of the program. Full details on the special and how to vote from the CBS press release below: “SUPER BOWL’S GREATEST COMMERCIALS 2015,” AN INTERACTIVE COUNTDOWN SPECIAL HOSTED BY BOOMER ESIASON AND KATHARINE McPHEE, STAR OF CBS’s SCORPION, … Continue reading
Super Sunday School: Viewers guide to Super Bowl 2015 with TV info, commercials preview, halftime preview and more! What’s All This? Super Bowl XLIX, an American professional football contest between the NFL’s AFC (New England Patriots) and NFC (Seattle Seahawks) champions. The winner gets the Lombardi Trophy, T-shirts that fit poorly over football pads, and hats with tags still attached. What’s XLIX In Regular Numbers? 49. Roman rule will be shrugged off just for Super Bowl 50, dashing all our hopes to see a Super Bowl L. When/Where Is It? Sunday, Feb. 1, at University of Phoenix Stadium in Glendale, … Continue reading
Our pick of the 5 best and worst Super Bowl commercials 2013. Watch them all on USA Today’s Ad Meter and vote for your favorites. Another year of Super Bowl commercials is in the books, and it looks like the best of the bunch tugged at the heartstrings or had a feel-good message. I’m judging on ads on creativity, originality, entertainment value, and how well the ad leaves a memorable impression of the brand. Based on that, here are my five best and worst Super Bowl commercials: THE BEST Budweiser “The Clydesdales: Brotherhood” I’ve been rough on Bud for its … Continue reading
NFL Honors 2013 Saturday on CBS salutes the best players and plays from the 2012 NFL season, including the Associated Press awards for Most Valuable Player, Rookie of the Year, Offensive and Defensive Player of the Year, and the Walter Payton NFL Man of the Year. Below is the press release from the NFL: Alec Baldwin returns as host of NFL Honors, an awards show saluting the best players and plays from the 2012 season, featuring luminaries from football and entertainment at the Mahalia Jackson Theater in New Orleans. CBS airs the show on Saturday, Feb. 2, at 9pm ET … Continue reading
Super Bowl Today schedule on CBS begins at 2pm ET on Sunday, Feb. 3, with four hours of features leading up to the kickoff of Super Bowl XLVII. Also, CBS Evening News anchor Scott Pelley interviews President Barack Obama live from the White House at 4:30pm ET. Below is the press release with Super Bowl Today features from CBS Sports: CBS SPORTS’ “SUPER BOWL TODAY” FEATURES SET FOR SUPER BOWL XLVII ON THE CBS TELEVISION NETWORK ON FEB. 3 Among Features Highlighted Include the Harbaugh Brothers; Baltimore’s O.J. Brigance; Indianapolis Head Coach Chuck Pagano; Gateway High School (Aurora, Colorado) Football … Continue reading
Super Bowl 2013 date, time, TV channel, preview and more for the NFL championship game between the San Francisco 49ers and the Baltimore Ravens. Super Bowl XLVII Sunday, Feb. 3 CBS, Kickoff at 6:30pm ET The AFC champion Baltimore Ravens meet the NFC champion San Francisco 49ers for all the marbles in Super Bowl XLVII at the Mercedes-Benz Superdome in New Orleans. Jim Nantz and Phil Simms call the action from the CBS booth. Beyoncé performs at halftime. And, of course, there will be plenty of entertaining commercials trying to upstage the action on the field. The New York Giants … Continue reading
Where will Beyonce’s halftime show at Super Bowl XLVII rank among the all-time greats? Based on my list of the 5 best Super Bowl halftime shows ever, she’s got some tough acts to follow. A couple of provisions before we get started: First, I only wanted to include one member of the Jackson family, so you won’t find the 2004 Nipplegate performance involving Janet Jackson and Justin Timberlake (although he does make our list with his band); second, please feel free to chime in on the comments section if you disagree or want to talk about your favorite act. #5: … Continue reading