Xfinity TV and NFL Network Bring Football Fans the Most Super Bowl Week Coverage
Catch Recaps of Every Past Super Bowl, Highlights from 2012 NFL Season and Exclusive Behind-the-Scenes Looks from the Super Bowl Saturday Night Presented by XFINITY and 2nd Annual NFL Honors Shows
PHILADELPHIA--(BUSINESS WIRE)-- Xfinity TV and the NFL Network are bringing sports fans the most Super Bowl week coverage including more than 140 hours of programming on NFL Network featuring in-depth looks at every past Super Bowl and the best moments from the 2012-13 NFL season. Highlights of the week include Xfinity TV's exclusive peeks from both the Super Bowl Saturday Night presented by XFINITY and 2nd Annual NFL Honors shows.
On Saturday, Feb. 2, Xfinity TV will bring customers complete coverage from the Super Bowl Saturday Night presented by XFINITY, the red carpet show on NFL Network from 8 - 9 p.m. (ET), which precedes the 2nd Annual NFL Honors show and features the sights and sounds of Super Bowl week. Exclusive pre-show interviews with many past and present NFL stars and Hall of Famers will be available online at www.xfinity.com/superbowl.
The 2nd Annual NFL Honors show is a two-hour primetime awards special which salutes the NFL's best players, performances and plays from the 2012 season and will air nationally on Saturday, February 2, 9 - 11 p.m. (ET) on CBS. The event will also be available exclusively on Xfinity On Demand.
"Xfinity TV and the NFL Network are giving customers the best seat in the house with the most Super Bowl week coverage," said Matthew Lederer, Director of Sports Marketing, Comcast Cable. "Sports fans can watch more than 140 hours of coverage on NFL Network, plus they can look back at every Super Bowl, exclusive interviews with the top NFL talent and get insights from the coach and players who make watching the games so great."
In addition, with Xfinity On Demand, customers can also catch America's Game, the series featuring the stories behind all of the Super Bowl champions with key members of the winning team telling accounts from their championship season, and Super Bowl Highlights from NFL Films showcasing special retellings of each previous Super Bowl featuring slow motion cinematic shots, sideline sounds and players and coaches wired-for-sound.
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