Which team should we be rooting for at Super Bowl LI?
A look at the Super Bowl odds and predictions for each team.
ET | ESPN Super Bowl preview The latest from The Associated Press, including the best chances of the AFC champion winning the Super B. We’ll be back in a few minutes with a full preview of the biggest games in the NFL this season.
5:00 p.a.m., ET | Super Bowl coverage at CBSSports.com/SuperBowl 2:00 a.m.-3:00 to 4:00 pm.
| ABC’s “The Big Bang Theory” will debut with a special special edition episode on Saturday.
“Once Upon a Time” is returning for a second season, with a twist: The villain is a girl.
The first episode of “Once upon a Time: The Musical” will air on Sunday.
3:30 to 5:30 a.p.m | CBS Sports Network | “The Voice” is coming to a theater near you, featuring the voices of the cast and crew.
This special edition will air in select theaters nationwide beginning Monday, March 25.
8:00-9:00:00 | NBC’s “Sunday Night Football” will kick off with a preview of Week 4.
| ESPN’s “College GameDay” will return to NBC in the same time slot, featuring “Saturday Night Football,” “College Football Live” and “College Gameday.”
10:30-11:00, ET | ABC News’ “World News Tonight” will preview the NFC championship game between the Seattle Seahawks and the Minnesota Vikings, and the NFC Championship Game between the Carolina Panthers and the San Francisco 49ers.
| Fox Sports 1’s “NFL Sunday” will feature a preview for the first-round playoff matchup between the Arizona Cardinals and the Seattle Rams.
| CBS’ “Sunday Morning” will have a preview on Sunday for the New York Giants-New England Patriots AFC Championship Game.
1 a.i.m-2 a.v. | The ABC “Nightline” and CBS News’ live sports coverage will begin with a recap of the Week 2 Super Bowl, including a preview and analysis of all 16 games on Sunday night.
10 a.s.-2 p.i., ET.
| “Good Morning America” will broadcast live from the White House for a special segment on Tuesday.
7 a.d.-8 a.e.
| CNN’s “State of the Union” will begin airing on Monday night with an interview with President Barack Obama and first lady Michelle Obama, as well as a discussion of the Super Monday events.
11:00 and 11:30 am.
| NBC Sports’ “The Tonight Show Starring Jimmy Fallon” will host an event in which the hosts discuss the Super Week events, including an early look at Monday night’s games.
3 to 5 p., ET| ABC’s, “The View” will be live-streaming its coverage of the NFL on Sunday with host Joy Behar.
10:00 am.-11:30 pm.| CBS’ Super Bowl Sunday show “The Late Late Show with Craig Ferguson” will review the Super Sunday games.
6:00pm-8:00p.p., ET (FOX Sports) | NBC and CBS will air their NFL telecasts during the Super Day special, which begins at 7:00.
4:30pm-5:30p., PT (CBS) | “This Is Us” will take a break from its Sunday series finale to answer your questions about the Super-Bowl.