Tampa Bay Buccaneers quarterback Tom Brady was on fire in a number of ways throughout his team’s run to Super Bowl LV, but maybe his best performance came in the form of ratings for television networks broadcasting his games.
Just one week after the Bucs’ win in the NFC Divisional Round broke records for FOX as “the most-watched NFL telecast of the season” the network benefited again with a Brady-centered NFC Championship that recorded the “best rating for a telecast of any kind since Super Bowl LIV,” and the “best NFC Championship viewership since 2017.”
Now, the NFL will see what a Super Bowl showdown between Brady and Kansas City Chiefs quarterback Patrick Mahomes, the league’s reigning Super Bowl MVP, can do when it takes over CBS on Sunday, February 7.
All eyes will be on arguably the NFL’s two biggest names when Brady and Mahomes do battle in the former’s own stadium, with Brady trying to win his seventh Super Bowl ring and Mahomes attempting to pull off the first repeat since Brady himself did it with the Patriots in 2004.
But, with many sports fans cutting the cord and resorting to other means outside of cable providers for their live TV, not everyone will be enjoying the game on CBS come February 7.
Whether you’re looking to watch the game on TV through your cable subscription, stream it through your laptop or mobile device, or if you’re just looking for a radio broadcast if you’re on the road, the NFL has ensured that there will be a variety of ways to get your Super Bowl LV fix.
Here’s how you can watch Super Bowl LV on TV, stream the game on your devices, and listen on radio:
- You can watch Super Bowl LV at 6:30 p.m. ET on Sunday, February 7, broadcasted on CBS and shown in Spanish on ESPN Deportes.
- You can stream Super Bowl LV on your TV through the NFL app, the CBS Sports app or CBS through a CBS All-Access subscription or TV provider login, or for free in Spanish through ESPN.
- You can stream Super Bowl LV on your phone and tablet through the NFL app, the CBS Sports app or CBS through a CBS All-Access subscription or TV provider login, through the Yahoo! Sports app, or for free in Spanish through ESPN.
- You can listen to Super Bowl LV through NFL Game Pass, SiriusXM radio, or Westwood One radio.