NBCUniversal is creating “Super Stream Sunday” on Feb. 1, providing consumers with an unprecedented ability to enjoy 11 continuous hours of NBC streaming content without having to log-in, designed as a way for consumers to trial NBC’s TV Everywhere content offering. “Super Stream Sunday” content will include NBC’s presentation of Super Bowl XLIX, Katy Perry headlining the Pepsi Super Bowl XLIX halftime show, the Super Bowl XLIX pre- and post-game shows, and NBC’s post-game presentation of The Blacklist.
Free access will begin at noon EST with pre-game coverage and ends with The Blacklist which follows post-game coverage at around 10PM EST.
"Consumers accessing NBC Sports Live Extra and NBC.com during “Super Stream Sunday” will not be prompted to log-in with their cable/satellite/telco credentials; however, as part of this special access, they will receive consistent messaging in and around the experience about the ease in authenticating after the end of The Blacklist."
All Super Bowl content will be live streamed to desktops and tablets via NBC Sports Live Extra, NBC Sports Digital’s live streaming product. The Blacklist will also be streamed to desktops through NBC.com. NBC doesn't have NFL live streaming rights to mobile devices due to a NFL deal with Verizon Wireless, so you won't be able to use their app to watch the game on your iPhone.
NBC also notes that this year marks the first time NBC Sports Live Extra is live streaming NBC’s Super Bowl halftime show.
Visit NBCSports.com/liveextra to stream on your desktop or download the app for iOS at the link below...