How to watch: The biggest events of the week, as announced by the NFL

The NFL has confirmed it will hold its Super Bowl halftime show on Sunday night.

The game will air live on CBS and ESPN and will be the highest-rated sporting event of the year on the network.

The NFL will air its pre-show with a 30-second commercial and a 30 second pre-game commercial on CBS, Fox and NBC.

CBS and NBC will also air the halftime commercial.

ESPN will air the pre-sunday commercial, which will begin airing on Sunday, Feb. 11 at 6 p.m.

EST.

ESPN also will air two pre-games pre- and post-game commercials on Sunday: one on ESPN2 and one on the CBS Sports Network.

The halftime commercial will begin at 6:30 p.minutes, and will air at 3:15 p.pm.

The network will also post a Twitter hashtag on Sunday morning with the hashtags #SuperBowl and #NFL.

ESPN said it will post a live-streaming schedule of the halftime show, which begins at 6 a.m., and post a list of upcoming shows on the social network at 6.

The live-sport broadcast will also feature the NFL Network, ESPN Radio and NFL Network Radio.

The full Super Bowl schedule will be posted online on Sunday.

ESPN confirmed the broadcast will air in its entirety.

ESPN’s full Superbowl coverage will be available on the company’s website starting at 6 P.M. EST, including a post-Super Bowl live-blog.

NFL.com will also be live-blogsging the event on Twitter.

The post-season schedule includes the following games: New England Patriots at Indianapolis Colts, 2:25 p.ms.

EST; Seattle Seahawks at New York Giants, 2 p.mo. EST