Hulu’s Official Guide to Super Bowl Sunday
As the big game approaches, maybe you’re asking: How do I watch the Super Bowl live without cable?
Sure, the Super Bowl is the game that crowns the next NFL champion, but it’s also an iconic forum for blockbuster commercials and arena-filling halftime shows. In short, it’s a whole, unmissable event. Whether you’re watching to see the winning touchdown or to catch the best advertising spot, we’ve got you covered with game-day streaming options.
Can I Watch the Super Bowl Online?
Gameday requires end-to-end coverage, especially if you’re live-tweeting your reactions in real-time. You need a service, like Hulu + Live TV, that delivers a dependable viewing experience.
If watching the Super Bowl live isn’t possible with your schedule, you can still record it to watch later with Cloud DVR. Tune in when you’re ready and pause the show when you need a refill on snacks (because nobody wants to miss a game-changing interception or a 30-second spot from their favorite brand).
Watching TV your way makes you the real winner of the Big Game.
Get Hulu Set Up to Watch the Super Bowl Online
We’ve got everything you need to know to be Hulu-ready for the Super Bowl. To watch how you want and when you want, you’ll just need to get a few things in order:
- Sign up for a Hulu + Live TV subscription, or log in with your Hulu credentials if you’re already subscribed. Current Hulu subscribers can switch to Live TV.*
- Set up any Live TV supported devices such as Android, Apple, Chromecast, Fire TV, LG TV, Mac and PC browsers, Playstation, Roku, Samsung TV, VIZIO, Xbox, and more.
- Enter your zip code to find local live TV availability for channels carrying and streaming the Super Bowl and other live sports.
*Regional restrictions, blackouts and additional terms apply.
Once you’re wired and connected, you’re ready to design your own game day experience. Maybe you want to live stream the game. Maybe you want to record it with Cloud DVR. And maybe you want to do both. Whatever you’re doing, we’ve got you covered.
How to Watch Super Bowl LV Online: Live Stream or Record
Live stream and live-tweet. Record and relax. Do both and be your own instant replay booth with Hulu + Live TV and Cloud DVR — no cable necessary.
Here’s how to watch Super Bowl LV online, in a live stream, or recorded. Be sure to confirm the availability of TV networks carrying live sports coverage in your area.
Live stream the Super Bowl on Hulu
To live stream the Super Bowl, browse the Guide to find what you want to watch. If football’s not really your bag and you’re just looking for unlimited cuteness, this also works for the Puppy Bowl on Animal Planet. And hey, if you like sports but you’re not so into live sports, you’re still in luck. Hulu doesn’t just have the real thing — we also have some of the best sports movies, ready for streaming anytime. Check out our Sports Binge Guide.
If you’re watching Hulu with our app on one of its many supported devices and have questions, check out how to navigate the Hulu app.
Record the Super Bowl on Hulu with Cloud DVR
In the digital age, the game waits for you. Hunt and gather and watch at your convenience with the miracle of Cloud DVR.
- Find what you want to watch using the Live Guide
- Record from the Guide or navigate to the details page and find the Record icon
- Record live TV with Cloud DVR
And done. The game is ready when you are.
Hulu accessibility features enhance your viewing experience
Stay entertained on Super Bowl Sunday with full access to the big game and similar programming in every way you can think of. We want to provide great viewing experiences for all of our customers — especially during a revered sporting event. Check out our many accessibility features available to serve your needs and preferences:
If you are having trouble with these or any other features or setup processes, please contact us for support.
Ready to cut the cord and expand your TV viewing options? Because we have options:
- Sign up for Hulu and enjoy the streaming library (we have more than live sports!)
- Switch to Hulu + Live TV to start streaming live sports now or record your favorite sports, TV shows, and movies with Cloud DVR to watch later**
Live TV plan required to watch live content on Hulu. Regional restrictions, blackouts and additional terms apply.
What time is the Super Bowl?: Your Game Day Itinerary
As you firm up your plans for game day, be sure to check out the schedule below for important events and CBS special broadcasts you don’t want to miss.
11:30AM ET: CBS Kicks-Off Coverage
CBS will kick-off coverage with That Other Pregame Show hosted by Adam Schein, with guests Amy Trask, London Fletcher, Jonathan Jones, and Kyle Long.
12:00PM ET: Highlights from the 2020 NFL Season
Re-experience some of the best moments of the 2020 NFL season with this special broadcast, featuring 125 players and coaches.
1:00PM ET: Join Lead-Analyst Tony Romo
Tune into CBS for Tony Goes to the Super Bowl, hosted by former Dallas Cowboys quarterback Tony Romo. The hour-long special will feature previous Super Bowl-winning quarterbacks, including Tom Brady and Patrick Mahomes.
2:00PM ET: CBS Pre-Show Begins
This year’s pre-show on CBS will feature musical performances by Eric Church, Jazmine Sullivan, and H.E.R. (Gabriella Sarmiento Wilson). It will conclude just prior to 6:30PM ET with team introductions and the ceremonial coin toss.
6:30PM ET: Super Bowl LV Begins
The Kansas City Chiefs face off against the Tampa Bay Buccaneers beginning at 6:30PM ET.
8:30PM ET: Halftime Show Performance by The Weeknd
Performing artist The Weeknd (Abel Makkonen Tesfaye), the voice behind hit songs like Blinding Lights and I Feel It Coming, will take the stage for the Super Bowl LV halftime show beginning at 8:30PM ET.