What Channel Is the Super Bowl on DirectTV? (February 2024)

What Channel Is the Super Bowl on DirectTV? (February 2024)

Key Points

  • The Super Bowl will be on CBS this year and can be watched on DirecTV.
  • The Super Bowl begins on Sunday, February 11, 2024, at 6.30 p.m. ET.
  • The Super Bowl can also be streamed on the Paramount+ app.
  • The halftime show headliner for the Super Bowl is Usher.

It can be hard to find things to look forward to in the dead of winter. Christmas is over, wallets are feeling the pinch, and we’re feeling the cold. But there’s one iconic event that attracts not only football fans but huge numbers of Americans nationwide: it’s the Super Bowl, of course! One thing’s for sure – the Super Bowl happens on Sunday, without fail. However, which Sunday this is (and where to tune in to watch it) isn’t always as clear, as the schedule has been modified over the years. Fortunately, you can watch the Super Bowl on DirecTV. We’re going to tell you where to go and when to make sure you don’t miss one second of the action!

Where Can I Watch the Super Bowl on DirecTV?

If you’re a DirecTV subscriber, you’re in luck. The Super Bowl will be on CBS this year, which doesn’t come as much of a surprise. CBS has hosted the Super Bowl 21 times before! You can tune into your local CBS channel through your DirecTV service. This is usually channel 105, but it’s a smart idea to check first by entering your zip code here.

When Does the Super Bowl Begin?

The Super Bowl begins on Sunday, February 11, 2024, at 6.30 p.m. ET. This is the second Sunday in February, which is now the typical date for the Super Bowl since 2022.

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Super Bowl 2024 is happening on Sunday, February 11.

Can I Stream the Super Bowl on DirecTV Instead?

The answer is yes! If you don’t fancy tuning into the live channel, you can also watch the big game through the Paramount+ app. Plus, if you have little ones in the house, there’s a version just for kids available through Nickelodeon, on channel 299.

Who’s in the Game?

We’re not sure exactly which AFC and NFC teams are going at it on February 11, but the most common predictions are the Baltimore Ravens, Kansas City Chiefs, Miami Dolphins, San Francisco 49ers, Dallas Cowboys, and Philadelphia Eagles. We’ll have more of an inkling after the Conference Championship games wrap up on January 28.

What About the Halftime Show?

Not too much information about the halftime show has been revealed, but we do know one thing for sure. The headliner of the night is none other than Usher. This’ll be his first time performing by himself at the game, and his next album is coming out on the same day.

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