The Late Show: Stephen Colbert Announces Post-Super Bowl Guests
Not to be outdone by a Super Bowl halftime show that will reportedly include Coldplay, Bruno Mars and Beyoncé, Stephen Colbert has announced a jam-packed lineup for his live post-game outing. READ MORE
Pokémon Releases Epic Super Bowl 50 Ad to Celebrate 20th Anniversary
The first big Super Bowl 50 ad has been chosen.
A 90-second commercial celebrating Pokémon‘s 20th anniversary, set to air during the big game on Feb. 7, was released by Nintendo on Monday READ MORE & WATCH VIDEO
Beyoncé Performing at Super Bowl 50 Halftime Show With Coldplay
Beyoncé is returning to the Super Bowl stage next month to remind us all how it’s done. READ MORE
Super Bowl 50: Late Show to Air Live in Coveted Post-Game Time Slot, Followed by a Special Late Late Show
CBS is handing the coveted post-Super Bowl ball to Stephen Colbert, and he’s gonna run with it — live. READ MORE
Adam Levine and Maroon 5 Eyed for 2016 Super Bowl Halftime Show
Voice coach Adam Levine and his band, Maroon 5, are the frontrunners for Super Bowl 50’s halftime gig READ MORE
Ratings: Super Bowl XLIX Draws Record 114.4 Million; Blacklist Holds 26.5 Mil
More bad news for Pete Carroll: A record audience watched the embattled Seahawks coach make the worst call in football history. READ MORE
Nationwide: Dead Kid Super Bowl Ad Was Meant to 'Start a Conversation'
In the wake of the deafening chorus of WTF?!s heard ’round the Internet on Super Bowl Sunday, Nationwide has defended its commercial in which a young boy laments the life events he will miss out on, because he is already dead. READ MORE
Super Bowl XLIX: Grade Katy Perry's Firework-Filled Halftime Show!
Baby, you really are a firework.
Pop songstress Katy Perry filled her Super Bowl XLIX halftime show with color, pageantry, whimsy and a too-much-isn’t-enough sensibility that meshed well with one of the most hyped sporting events of the year. READ MORE & GRADE IT
Super Bowl XLIX: Reviewing the Best & Worst Commercials (Watch 'Em Here)
The time is night for the Super Bowl, where every year advertisers pony up big bucks (nowadays, north of $4 million per 30-second spot) to wave their wares in front of 100 million viewers.
Who drafted big stars to shill? Who went for laughs? READ MORE
'Super' NBC Promos: The Voice Meets Mad Max, The Blacklist, NPH and More
During its Super Bowl coverage on Sunday, NBC will envision the Voice judges as Thunderdome overlords, walk The Blacklist‘s “Red” through READ MORE