The Nickelodeon Bowl will air for the first time in its history on January 31st. Reporters, Frank Sullivan and Molly O’Cortez will be there along with analyst J.T Armstrong. The game will not feature end zone comics or referee mics. However, players’ mics will be auto tuned to a squeaky voice to make it more kid friendly. The show will be on CBS, Nickelodeon, NFL Redzone, CNN Sports, and Nick. For more information visit the Official NFL Webpage. Here is input from reporter Frank Sullivan, “Our game plan is to make sure the NFL Nickelodeon Bowl Game on Nickelodeon definitely lives up to its name by infusing the telecast with Nick’s sensibility of surprise and fun at almost every turn,” said Brian Robbins, President of ViacomCBS Kids & Family Entertainment. “We’re incredibly proud to team up with CBS Sports and the NFL to elevate the thrill of this game for kids and families to enjoy together.”
The NFL Nickelodeon Bowl Game on Nickelodeon will only be available to be streamed on mobile for free for all fans via the NFL App. The game airing on CBS will be streamed on CBS and NFL digital properties across devices, and on mobile via the participating teams’ mobile properties, and Yahoo Sports and other Verizon Media mobile properties.
NFLNickPlay.com will serve as the official online destination for the NFL Nickelodeon Bowl Game on Nickelodeon, helping to educate kids on football basics and entertain them with a variety of NFL-themed content leading up to and during the Nickelodeon Bowl game. Kids will be able to engage with quizzes, polls, fun facts, info galleries, sports-themed short-form videos, Weekly Pick ‘Em printables and more, earning points and unlocking badges along the way. For three days leading up to the game and on game day, viewers can scan QR codes on-air, unlocking sports-themed SpongeBobSquarePantsandThe Loud House collectibles and participating with interactive content throughout the live game. Additionally, participants will be able to enter a sweepstakes for the chance to win an exclusive game ball signed by a Nickelodeon Bowl player, along with other exclusive prize packs.
The NFL Nickelodeon Bowl Game on Nickelodeon is produced by CBS Sports in association with Nickelodeon Productions. Sean McManus and Harold Bryant serve as Executive Producers of THE NFL ON CBS. CBS Sports’ Shawn Robbins is Coordinating Producer of the game along with Producer, Ken Mack and Director, Suzanne Smith. Production for Nickelodeon is overseen by Rob Bagshaw, Executive Vice President, Unscripted Content.