CBS and NBC Are Swapping Super Bowl Telecasts in 2021 and 2022

This will enable NBC to once again pair the big game with the Winter Olympics

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The usual Super Bowl network rotation order—CBS, Fox and then NBC—is about to be shaken up.

NBC and CBS have agreed to swap their next Super Bowl telecasts, which means that CBS will broadcast Super Bowl LV in 2021, and NBC will air Super Bowl LVI in 2022, Adweek has confirmed.

The move allows NBCUniversal to once again broadcast the Super Bowl and Winter Olympics in the same month—which last year led to the company raking in $1.4



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