What could be more festive than green slime? After two seasons of Nickelodeon broadcasting an NFL playoff game, this year, the kids’ cable network will be the home for a Christmas Day contest between the defending Super Bowl champion Los Angeles Rams and the new-look Denver Broncos from SoFi Stadium in Inglewood, Calif.
The league announced that the most fun broadcast in all of sports will take place at 4:30 p.m. ET on Christmas Day, Sunday, Dec. 25. The more traditional broadcast will air on CBS, while the kid-focused presentation will air on Nick. The CBS broadcast will also be available to stream on Paramount+.
The one-of-a-kind Nickelodeon approach to NFL games includes over-the-top graphics — including slime cannons in the end zones and monsters on the field — kids as broadcasters, and some of the most entertaining sideline interviews that you’ve ever seen.
This year’s contest will see Russell Wilson take on the Rams for the first time as the quarterback of the Denver Broncos after spending nearly a decade with the Seattle Seahawks.
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Previously under the name ‘CBS All Access,’ Subscribers can choose between their Essentials Plan (which includes ads) for $4.99/month, or go commercial-free with their Premium Plan for $9.99/month.
With their Premium Plan, in addition to not having ads, you will also get access to your local CBS affiliate to stream your local news, prime-time line-up, and late-night. You will also be able to download offline and watch select shows in 4K.
With the lower cost “Essential” plan, you will still be able to watch live NFL games, Champions League, and national news – but you will no longer get your local CBS affiliate like the old ad-supported plan.
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