Interested in getting the Super Bowl LII start time, plus more information on where to watch and live stream the big game? We’ve got all of that information for you within!
Let’s start for now with the start time: Unofficially, Super Bowl LII begins at 6:30 p.m. Eastern or 3:30 p.m. Pacific. You are still going to see before this the National Anthem and probably a few other pre-game festivities, but we’ve got a feeling that there are still going to be quite a few different things that end up getting some attention before the Philadelphia Eagles and New England Patriots even begin their pivotal showdown.
The big game airs on NBC in the United States, and of course be sure to stick around afterwards in order to check out the post-Super Bowl episode of This Is Us. All signs point to this being one of the most-emotional episodes of the entire series given everything that is coming with Jack and the fire.
If you want to see a live stream for the Super Bowl without having to validate a cable subscription, you can get a free trial over at FuboTV. Otherwise, the best way in which to live stream the game is by watching via the NBC Sports app on your favorite device. You’ve got quite a few different options there! Personally, though, nothing beats being able to watch the game on the big screen while yelling with some of your friends and family about bad calls or stupid commercials.
Beyond just the game itself, one of the other things to watch out for is the halftime show that is being fronted by none other than Justin Timberlake. There have been rumors aplenty surrounding what is going to happen during the Halftime Show but there is ultimately no way of knowing until the event happens.
What do you want to see on Super Bowl LII tonight, and who are you picking the win the game? (We’re taking the Eagles personally, though a big part of this may just be wishful thinking.) Be sure to share in the comments!
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