Why CBS Picked The World's Best to Air After the Super Bowl

The network says its in-game promos will hold their own with Big Game ads

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When CBS was deciding which show would air after Super Bowl LIII on Sunday, the network considered every program it airs, including Young Sheldon and its freshman hits like FBI and God Friended Me.

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