Super Bowl 50: CBS Plans Extensive Digital Video Programming Throughout Week

CBS Sports provides extensive digital video programming all week from San Francisco, offering daily live and on-demand shows to bring fans right to the heart of the action. All shows will be streamed on CBSSports.com and the CBS Sports app for mobile and connected TV devices.

Beginning Monday, February 1, original video programming includes:

  • CBSSports.com Live from Super Bowl 50: The live show from Radio Row in San Francisco will feature CBS Sports reporters Jenny Dell and Jamie Erdahl with NFL Insider Pete Prisco, and National Columnist Bill Reiter, who debuts in his new role on Monday, February 1, plus other guests. The show will preview the matchup between the Broncos and Panthers and cover all of the top storylines each day (Mon., 5-8pm PT; Tues., Thurs., and Fri., 12-12:30pm PT).

  • Face Greatness: This continuing series, which has focused on all-time NFL greats throughout the season, including the greatest Super Bowl coaches, defenses, and quarterbacks of all time, as well as the best players in each round of the playoffs this year, will run its final episode Monday, February 1. The series is sponsored by Braun.

  • Unscripted in San Francisco: Jamie Erdahl and Jenny Dell will explore San Francisco during Super Bowl week giving fans their take on the best ways to tackle all of the festivities.  The duo will be highlighting the bold and traditional aspects of the city and some cool activities.  Blue Diamond sponsors each segment (Tuesday-Saturday, on-demand).

  • National Signing Day Live: On Wednesday, February 3, this full-day live show from the CBS Sports Digital studio in Fort Lauderdale, FL will take viewers to San Francisco for live check-ins with Jenny Dell, Pete Prisco, and guests. Video segments will feature Signing Day memories from NFL players, with a historical look back at their Signing Day announcements. National Signing Day Live is sponsored by American Family Insurance.

  • Back to Backer: On Monday, February 8, Back to Backer will break down the game with CBSSports.com analyst Brady Quinn, CBS Sports’ THE NFL TODAY analyst Bart Scott and Jamie Erdahl on site in San Francisco (10am PT). This episode, which is sponsored by Bud Light, will run on CBS Sports Digital platforms. Later that day, an expanded, special year-in-review episode of Back to Backer with Brady Quinn, Bart Scott and Jamie Erdahl will air on CBS Sports Network (4pm PT).

And on Sunday, February 7, CBS Sports will live stream its exclusive broadcast of Super Bowl 50. Laptop, desktop and tablet access will be available at CBSSports.com, and fans can also tune into CBS Sports on connected TV devices including Xbox One, Apple TV, Roku players and Roku TV models, as well as Windows 10, iPad, and Android tablets.

Following the game, a recap show with Pete Prisco, Brady Quinn, and Jenny Dell from San Francisco will run on CBS Sports Digital platforms.