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What channel is the Super Bowl halfitme show on? Rihanna’s start time, TV schedule, streaming for 2023

There is no event on television that generates more views than the Super Bowl. There are plenty of reasons why people tune in. Some are football fans who watch it for the game. Some watch the contest for the laughs during the commercials. Some just enjoy the party atmosphere.

But a huge draw for the Super Bowl each year is the halftime show. And this year figures to be one of the most anticipated halftime shows in recent memory.

MORE: Watch Super Bowl 57 live with fuboTV (free trial)

Rihanna will be headlining it in her first live performance since the 2018 Grammy Awards. The singer is the second-best selling female artist of all time, she has won nine Grammys, and she will be the first female billionaire to perform during the Super Bowl.

Looking forward to watching one of the most hyped halftime shows in Super Bowl history? Here’s all you need to know to watch the Super Bowl 57 halftime show.

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What channel is the Super Bowl halftime show on today?

  • TV channel (national): Fox
  • TV channel (Philadelphia): WTXF (Channel 29)
  • TV channel (Kansas City): WDAF (Channel 4)
  • TV channel (Canada): CTV, TSN
  • Live stream: Fox Sports app, fuboTV, DAZN (Canada)

Those watching the Super Bowl won’t have to worry about changing their channel to catch the halftime show. The game will be carried on Fox, and the halftime show will take place during the middle of the game on the same channel.

Market Fox affiliate (digital/virtual channel)
New York WNYW (5)
Los Angeles KTTV (11)
Chicago WFLD (32)
Philadelphia WTXF (29)
Dallas-Ft. Worth KDFW (4)
San Francisco/Bay area KTVU (2)
Atlanta WAGA (5)
Houston KRIV (26)
Washington D.C. WTTG (5)
Boston WFXT (25)
Phoenix KSAZ (10)
Seattle KCPQ (13)
Tampa WTVT (13)
Minneapolis KMSP (9)
Detroit WJBK (2)
Denver KDVR (31)
Orlando WOFL (35)
Miami WSVN (7)
Cleveland WJW (8)
Sacramento KTXL (40)
Charlotte WJZY (46)
Portland KPTV (12)
St. Louis KTVI (2)
Pittsburgh WPGH (53)
Baltimore WBFF (45)

Super Bowl 2023 TV schedule

There’s no telling exactly when the halftime show will begin. With the game scheduled to start at 6:30 p.m. ET, viewers can most likely expect the halftime show to begin sometime around 8 p.m. ET. 

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For fans looking for a full day of Super Bowl 57 coverage, check out the full schedule of events on Sunday, across a number of networks (all times are Eastern): 

Time Program Network
9 a.m. “GameDay Morning” NFL Network
Noon “Road to the Super Bowl” Fox
1 p.m. Fox Super Bowl 57 Pregame Fox
6:30 p.m. Super Bowl 57 kickoff Fox
10 p.m. Fox Super Bowl 57 Postgame Show Fox/FS1

Super Bowl 2023 halftime show streaming options

There are several options to stream the Super Bowl 57 halftime show:

  • FuboTV: FuboTV, which carries Fox, offers a free trial
  • DAZN: Canadian viewers can stream the Super Bowl with a DAZN subscription.
  • Fox Sports app: The Fox Sports app will stream Super Bowl 57 free this year.
  • SlingTV
  • YouTube TV
  • Hulu+ Live Sports
  • DirecTV Stream

Super Bowl 2023 radio stations

Westwood One is the official radio network of Super Bowl 57, meaning affiliates across the country will be carrying the game over the air. Fans will be able to listen to the halftime performance on radio if they are not able to watch the performance live on TV.

To find your local Westwood One radio affiliate, use the station’s locator tool here.


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