The Super Bowl will be streamed live in more than 2 billion homes around the world, the networks announced today.
The event will kick off Sunday, Jan. 5, on CBS and ABC, and will air on NBC and CBS.
The networks will also broadcast Super Bowl commercials on NBC, CBS, and ABC.
This is the biggest and best Super Bowl ever, but it’s also the biggest TV event of the year.
The Super Bowl was originally broadcast in 1982 as a three-day affair in Los Angeles.
That year, the show debuted with a whopping 1.2 billion viewers, including more than a billion adults 18-34 and 18-49.
In 2018, CBS aired the game on a Sunday afternoon, as it did last year.
That was the network’s first time in 20 years that Super Bowl programming aired on Sunday, as opposed to Monday, a Sunday afternoons for the NFL.
Last year, a third of the country tuned in to watch a live game.
This year, only about 5 percent of all households in the United States will be able to watch it.
This means that, as of Monday, more than 6 billion households will have access to Super Bowl TV.
According to the networks, there will be at least one commercial break between the start of each half and the end of the second half.
This allows advertisers and sponsors to spend the last 20 minutes of the game, as well as between the second and third quarters of the games.