Super Bowl 2013
Super Bowl Ads Sell Out at Average of $4 Million Each
Ad sales are hot for the first outdoor cold-weather game –- with some costing as much as $4.5 million.
Beyonce’s Super Bowl Halftime Show Director to Receive BAFTA Honor
Hamish Hamilton, who directed the TV footage for the live event, will be presented with a special award at the upcoming British Academy Television Craft Awards.
‘SNL’ Mocks Super Bowl Blackout in Cold Open (Video)
Coverage of the big game devolves into talk of Dan Marino's extramarital affair and Shannon Sharpe's desire to eat a punter.
Super Bowl Blackout Source Identified: Not Beyonce
A faulty switch was to blame for the 34-minute snafu.
Super Bowl 2013: CBS Sports’ Sean McManus on the Blackout and the F-Bomb
A 34-minute delay, Joe Flacco's cursing caught on camera and Beyonce's halftime extravaganza power 108 million viewers and a lesson in how to manage live TV.
Super Bowl 2013: Star Power Waning in Ads
TiVo found that ads for what are expected to be some of the year’s biggest films were among the least popular during Super Bowl XLVII.
Super Bowl MVP Joe Flacco on Sunday’s Power Outage: ‘It Was Kind of Funny’ (Video)
"My dad is a big conspiracy theorist," the Baltimore Ravens quarterback tells David Letterman of the 35-minute outage.
Super Bowl XLVII Delivers Second-Largest Canadian Audience Ever With 7.33 Million
The 35-minute delay due to the stadium power outage hardly mattered as 1.23 million viewers tuned into the debut episode of CTV's Motive cop drama in the post-Ravens vs. 49ers match-up slot.
GoDaddy Breakout Nerd’s First Post-Super Bowl Appearance: ‘Big Bang Theory’
The 34-year-old "world's greatest extra" spoke with Ryan Seacrest on Monday about how he nabbed the coveted job of kissing Bar Refaeli and what’s next.
Super Bowl XLVII Falls Shy of Ratings Record With 108.4 Million Viewers
Fast National returns have the game falling nearly 3 million short of the high set in 2012 -- and a special "Elementary" seems to suffer from its late start time.
Bar Refaeli’s GoDaddy Super Bowl Ad: By the Numbers
How many takes? How many seconds? How many tweets? How many dollars? We break down the ad everyone is talking about.
Parents Television Council Blasts CBS for Super Bowl F-Bomb
"No one should be surprised that a jubilant quarterback might use profane language while celebrating a career-defining win, but that is precisely the reason why CBS should have taken precautions," the conservative organization says.