The Super Bowl is less than a two weeks away, and officials are now prepping for the most-watched event to ever hit Mercedes-Benz Stadium. For those who can't be there in person, which is almost all of the audience, there are plenty of ways to watch the game.
According to the website of CBS, the network broadcasting the game this year, Super Bowl LIII can be viewed live on TV, obviously, and streamed on certain platforms.
The Super Bowl will be streamed on CBS's app (iPhone, Android) for subscribers of All Access, a CBS's subscription service that lets you stream the network’s back catalog of shows and NFL games shown live on the channel, including the Super Bowl.
If you are a new subscriber, you can sign up for a one-week free trial of All Access. Thrifty (and savvy) customers could sign up for the trial in the week before the Super Bowl.
The game will also be streaming on CBSSports.com and on the CBS Sports app. The latter app is on iOS, Android, Roku, Amazon Fire TV, Apple TV and Chromecast.
Super Bowl 53 kickoff is scheduled for 6:30 p.m. ET Feb. 3, 2019. You can watch on CBS. Check your local listings for specific channel.
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