You barely have a place on the internet if you hate cats, but there’s nothing wrong with being this pro-pupper. The services below offer live TV channels via the Internet. Most of them can be viewed through desktop and smartphone apps, and they work on roku (more our other favorite streaming devices).
Services with the kitten and Puppy bowl: Philo’s $ 20 Live TV Service a Animal Planet and Hallmark Channel, plus dozens of other channels, decent device support, and a free trial. FuboTV’s $ 65 plan has around 115 channels, all three of which you’ll need to watch the respective events on Sunday, as well as a seven-day free trial.
Services with the puppy and People Bowl (but no kittens): You can watch the Puppy Bowl via YouTube TV, which also has CBS Sports, which has the Super Bowl. It typically costs $ 65 per month, but a two-week trial is free for new customers. Hulu + Live TV has a similar channel list, including CBS Sports, and costs $ 65 per month. It also has a free trial. Remember to cancel before the end of your trial period if you are not interested in the subsequent charges. We suggest you set a reminder on your phone or calendar.
Services that only carry the puppy bowl: If you don’t care about footballers or felines, Discovery + gives you access to Animal Planet, aka the home of the Puppy Bowl. It includes a handful of other channels and costs $ 5 per month. A seven-day free trial is available.
How to stream the Super Bowl
If you’re not feeling cuddly and want to jump straight into the Chiefs vs Buccaneers, there are plenty of options for you. As we have said in other sections, the services below offer on-demand programming and live TV channels via the Internet. Most of them have a live website and work on roku and over best streaming devices.
Stream it for free on CBS Sports or CBS All Access
The Super Bowl begins at 6:30 p.m. ET Sunday, and on ★ CBS Sports app is the best way to watch it if you don’t have cable. You can get it for Android devices, iPhone, Apple TV, Roku, and Fire TV, among others. Here is a list of all Compatible peripherals. You can also broadcast it on CBSSports.com, including pre-game coverage, the halftime show, and more.