YOU COULD BE a diehard sports fan or really into music, but either way, the Super Bowl Halftime Show is one of the year’s most exciting cultural moments. We wait a full year to find out who’s playing the coveted slot, and then spend the winter rooting for our favorite NFL teams to see which will face off in America’s biggest sporting event.
While the halftime show isn’t even that long–Forbes reports the entire performance lasts around 15 minutes–it’s a fascinating attempt for some of the biggest artists to shrink their illustrious careers down into a short but powerful set, sometimes slotting in major surprises (like when Coldplay brought out Bruno Mars and Beyoncé for Super Bowl 50) or making big announcements (2023 saw Rihanna announce her second pregnancy during her Halftime performance).
2024’s Super Bowl LVIII will see Usher host the Halftime Show. With a discography full of instantly recognizable hits, many of which include notable features, the R&B and pop singer has a challenge ahead of him in choosing a worthy setlist. Even if you’re not rooting for the San Francisco 49ers or the Kansas City Chiefs, you’ll want to tune in for Usher’s performance.
So, how do you watch the 2024 Super Bowl Halftime Show? Whether you have cable or only rely on various streaming platforms, there’s multiple ways to watch the Super Bowl. Here’s how you can tune in for Usher’s Halftime show.
How to Watch the 2024 Super Bowl LVIII Halftime Show Live
The Super Bowl Halftime Show will air sometime between 8 and 8:30 p.m. ET on Sunday, February 11. The Super Bowl will start at 6:30 p.m. ET.
Where can you watch the 2024 Super Bowl LVIII Halftime Show live?
If you have cable, you can watch the show live on CBS or Nickelodeon.
If you don’t have cable, you can watch the show live via Paramount+. Subscribers of the platform can use the app to watch live CBS programming.
You can also watch live if you’re a subscriber to another service that offers live programming, like YouTube TV, which offers streaming to CBS.
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Milan Polk is an Editorial Assistant for Men’s Health who specializes in entertainment and lifestyle reporting, and has worked for New York Magazine’s Vulture and Chicago Tribune.