CBS is celebrating its best year on network TV since 2004 with a new, super-sophisticated Super Bowl broadcast.
The broadcast, which will air on CBS and NBC, marks the first time CBS has used the game as a prime-time programming slot since 2004.
“I’m incredibly excited for our fans,” said CBS president of programming Mark Lazarus in a statement.
“We’ve got an amazing Super Bowl to look forward to this weekend.
I look forward every single day to working with our CBS, NBC and Fox colleagues to deliver a championship season on the big screen.”
The Super Bowl has been the most-watched broadcast of all time on CBS, averaging more than 2.6 billion viewers since 2002.
The network also won a record six Super Bowls, all in its first decade.