With CBS broadcasting Super Bowl LVIII this year, the network has announced several of its sports, news, entertainment and syndicated programs will be taking up residence in Las Vegas, with the Fountains of Bellagio serving as the backdrop of the network’s central broadcast location, all leading up to CBS Sports’ presentation of the big game on Sunday, February 11.
Starting Monday, February 5, and through Sunday, February 11, shows across broadcast, cable and streaming will share four outdoor sets as they deliver original reporting and breaking news, welcome celebrity guests, and provide viewers with detailed game analysis, all live and in person, or taped segments for broadcast at a later date.
Hosted by Akbar Gbajabiamila, Amanda Kloots, Natalie Morales, Jerry O’Connell and Sheryl Underwood, CBS’ “The Talk” will broadcast live Monday through Friday as they welcome celebrity guests and highlight the happenings in Vegas. Meanwhile, “The Drew Barrymore Show,” hosted by Drew Barrymore, will tape “Drew’s News” and field segments throughout the week leading up to the Super Bowl.
“Entertainment Tonight” will see hosts Kevin Frazier and Nischelle Turner talking to all the stars in Sin City leading up to and after the game, while “Inside Edition,” hosted by Deborah Norville, will originate from Las Vegas leading up to the game.
The power of CBS News will be on display with the “CBS Evening News with Norah O’Donnell,” anchored by managing editor Norah O’Donnell,” airing live from Las Vegas in order to bring viewers all the action from Super Bowl LVIII, including the latest breaking news from across the country.
“CBS Mornings” will broadcast live on location in Las Vegas on Thursday, February 8 and Friday, February 9 while delivering original reporting, breaking news, top-level newsmaker interviews and artful storytelling with co-hosts Gayle King, Tony Dokoupil and Nate Burleson.
The CBS Owned Television Stations and affiliates covering Super Bowl LVIII will broadcast from the Bellagio during their local newscasts, the network noted.
As for sports, several CBS programs will be part of the action leading up to the game, including “The NFL Today,” the iconic pregame show with host James Brown and analysts Phil Simms, Bill Cowher, Nate Burleson, Boomer Esiason, JJ Watt, and lead NFL insider Jonathan Jones as they count down to kick-off of Super Bowl LVIII with detailed game analysis, features and interviews with the spectacular fountains serving as the backdrop.
Hosted by Adam Zucker, “CBS Sports Live” will be the place to join a rotating cast of analysts, including Matt Ryan, Charles Davis, Kyle Long, Amy Trask, Trent Green, Kevin Carter and Jonathan Jones each night as they offer news and analysis. Reporters Aditi Kinkhabwala, AJ Ross, and Tiffany Blackmon will also contribute to the show along with additional CBS Sports programming.
On CBS Sports HQ, the free, 24/7 streaming sports news network by CBS Sports, viewers will receive game coverage all week long, including more than 40 hours of programming, culminating with an extended Super Bowl LVIII post-game show. Notable daily programming that week will include the “Pick Six” podcast, SportsLine’s best bets shows, and “CBS Sports HQ Spotlight.”
On “NFL Monday QB,” Adam Schein, along with Matt Ryan, Trent Green and Jonathan Jones, will break down all of the quarterback action heading into Super Bowl LVIII, while “That Other Pregame Show” sees host Adam Schein, analysts Amy Trask, Kyle Long, Brock Vereen and Jonathan Jones offer opinions, analysis, predictions and interviews, with appearances by analysts from “The NFL Today.”
The all-women sports show “We Need to Talk” will air a special episode hosted by AJ Ross, Aditi Kinkhabwala, Andrea Kremer and Amy Trask. Meanwhile, the afternoon radio series “The Jim Rome Show,” hosted by Jim Rome, is live Monday through Friday and simulcast on CBS Sports Network. Look for Rome to offer compelling commentary on the day’s hottest topics, along with high-profile guests and signature callers weighing in on the day’s biggest sports news.
Finally, Adam Schein hosts “Time to Schein,” an hour-long weekday talk show covering the world of sports with interviews and commentary.
A complete schedule for each show will be released at a later date.
Watch a sizzle reel below featuring several of CBS’ personalities as they prepare for Vegas, baby!