Watch on TV

How to Watch Super Bowl 2019 on TV

Every year, the Super Bowl is one of the most watched television events in the United States. In 2018, an estimated 103.4 million people tuned in to watch the biggest football game of the year. Although this is an impressive number of viewers, other global sporting events such as soccer's World Cup command as many as a billion viewers. More people than ever before are turning to online streaming options to watch big sporting events. Find out how to watch the 2019 Super Bowl on TV and via online streaming options.

Watch on TV

The CBS Network owns the broadcasting rights for the 2019 Superbowl. The specific channel will depend on your local carrier. The broadcast time has not been announced, but is usually around 6:00 PM EST.

Streaming Options

You can stream the game through CBS All Access and via the website To get access, go to CBS All Access to sign up. They are currently offering a free one-week trial, so you can try before you buy. Once you're signed up, you can install the app on all of the major streaming services, including Apple TV, Android, Google Chromecast, FireTV (my favorite), Roku and even XBox.

Who will sing the National Anthem?

Gladys Knight is set to sing the National Anthem.

Half-Time Performance

Maroon 5 will perform at the 2019 Super Bowl Half-Time show. The band is scheduled to perform a 13-minute set at the Mercedes-Benz Stadium in Atlanta, GA.

Maroon 5, with lead singer Adam Levine, are expected to perform hit songs like “Girls Like Us”, “She Will Be Loved,” “This Love,” “Moves Like Jagger,” and more.

The band will follow entertainers such as Beyonce', Lady Gaga, Justin Timberlake and Coldplay in entertaining one of the largest viewing audiences of the year.

Both Rihanna and Pink declined to perform at the Half-Time show in support of Colin Kaepernick. A petition is circulating demanding that Maroon 5 drop out of the half time show as well.