US fans can watch Super Bowl 57 play out nationwide on Sunday, February 12 beginning at 6 pm ET on FOX television with kickoff time set for 6:30 pm ET. (That's 5:30 pm Central, 4:30 pm Mountain, and 3:30 pm Pacific time.)
Up north, CTV traditionally covers the game for Canada while American football fans in Australia can tune in Down Under during live coverage on ESPN and One HD.
Across the pond, (and five hours ahead of US East Coast time) the live game is seen during the wee hours on BBC and Sky Sports in the UK.
Meanwhile, this year's OTHER big Super Bowl Sunday entertainment for kids of ALL ages -- the 2023 Puppy Bowl -- will be televised the same afternoon on Animal Planet on the Discovery Channel beginning on Sunday at 2PM ET.
Super Bowl halftime show
Finally ... it's Rihanna
Once the two top teams are ready to play, and Super Bowl commercials are ready to air, all that's needed is a superstar for the halftime show.
Last year, rap royalty took to the stage in an all-star lineup that included Eminem, Mary J. Blige, Snoop Dogg, 50 Cent, Dr. Dre, and Kendrick Lamar. But who will it be this year?
Buckle up as Rihanna -- at long last -- has been announced as the 2023 Super Bowl Halftime performer.
Every year it's been rumored that she would perform, but this year it's actually happening! Stay tuned as the show shakes it up with a different look as Pepsi drops its decade-long sponorship and Apple Music steps in to keep the music playing.