Super Bowl LIV

Super Bowl LIV: FOX Sports Unveils Production Plans in Miami

FOX Sports hits the beach for its ninth Super Bowl presentation, offering more than 100 hours of programming on FOX, FS1 and FOX Deportes live from its sprawling South Beach studio location leading up to Super Bowl LIV. On Super Bowl Sunday, FOX televises more than seven hours of pregame programming from three separate locations – at South Beach, as well as inside and outside Hard Rock Stadium. FOX NFL KICKOFF returns to the Super Bowl for the second time in show history with a 1:00 PM ET special, FOX SUPER BOWL KICKOFF, followed by FOX SUPER BOWL PREGAME SHOW, a four-and-a-half-hour edition of FOX NFL SUNDAY at 2:00 PM ET, leading into the biggest game of the year at 6:30 PM ET.

“The Super Bowl is an event that brings America together, and we look forward to doing just that with our presentation of Super Bowl LIV in Miami,” says Brad Zager, FOX Sports Executive Producer, Executive Vice President Production/Head of Operations. “Hundreds of men and women throughout the company have been working tirelessly on this production, and we can’t wait to get to Miami to show off their efforts, including our state-of-the-art South Beach studio compound.”

FOX Sports’ South Beach location represents the network’s largest footprint ever for a Super Bowl. The compound includes two separate stages and a large demonstration field that will be utilized throughout the week by the brand’s full complement of weekday studio shows and Sunday programs. Located just steps away from sand and surf, the FOX Sports compound is situated on Ocean Drive at Lummus Park, featuring more than 50 square meters of LED walls and 25 cameras, including a moveable two-point Flycam, which brings the viewing audience from the ocean to the set and back again.

FOX Sports lead NFL play-by-play announcer Joe Buck calls Super Bowl LIV alongside Hall of Famer Troy Aikman on Sunday, Feb. 2, beginning at 6:30 PM ET on FOX. The pair call their sixth Super Bowl together – the most for any active broadcasting duo. Erin Andrews and Chris Myers report live from the field, with Mike Pereira and Dean Blandino weighing in as rules analysts.

FOX programming on Super Bowl Sunday kicks off at 11:00 AM ET with SKIP & SHANNON: UNDISPUTED SUPER BOWL SPECIAL followed by NFL Films’ ROAD TO THE SUPER BOWL at 12:00 PM ET. At 1:00 PM ET, FOX SUPER BOWL KICKOFF takes center stage, followed by FOX SUPER BOWL PREGAME SHOW at 2:00 PM ET. FOX SUPER BOWL PREGAME SHOW originates from FOX Sports’ massive installation on South Beach before heading north and broadcasting live from outside Hard Rock Stadium at Game Day Fan Plaza. Just before kickoff, the show moves inside the stadium for final analysis and predictions. FOX NFL SUNDAY is America’s most-watched NFL pregame show for the last 26 years and the only NFL pregame show comprised entirely of Pro Football Hall of Fame analysts. The entire roster of FOX Sports’ Super Bowl pregame programming boasts a combined 18 Super Bowl championships.

Charissa Thompson, Host
Tony Gonzalez, Analyst
Michael Vick, Analyst
Dave Wannstedt, Analyst
Colin Cowherd, Analyst
Peter Schrager, NFL Insider
Greg Olsen, Analyst / Carolina Panthers Tight End 

Curt Menefee, Host
Terry Bradshaw, Analyst
Howie Long, Analyst
Michael Strahan, Analyst
Jimmy Johnson, Analyst|
Jay Glazer, NFL Insider
Charissa Thompson, Host
Joe Buck, Play-by-Play Announcer
Troy Aikman, Game Analyst
Erin Andrews, Reporter
Chris Myers, Reporter
Rob Gronkowski, Analyst
Greg Olsen, Analyst / Carolina Panthers Tight End
Kristina Pink, Reporter

FOX Sports’ weekday studio programming on FS1 moves to Miami for Super Bowl Week, going live from the network’s South Beach location for 12 hours each day, Monday through Friday. SUPER BOWL OPENING NIGHT officially kicks off Super Bowl Week on Monday, Jan. 27, with live coverage on FS1 beginning at 7:00 PM ET from Marlins Park. On Tuesday, Jan. 28, WWE BACKSTAGE, featuring Renee YoungBooker TPaige and Christian goes on the road for the first time ever, originating from South Beach at 11:00 PM ET on FS1. A special edition of LOCK IT IN airs Saturday, Feb. 1, at 3:30 PM ET on FOX. The network’s Saturday coverage continues at 8:00 PM ET with NFL HONORS, followed by BUD LIGHT SUPER BOWL MUSIC FEST at 11:00 PM ET.

FIRST THINGS FIRST (6:30 – 9:30 a.m. ET)
Nick Wright
Jenna Wolfe

SKIP & SHANNON: UNDISPUTED (9:30 a.m. – 12:00 p.m. ET)
Skip Bayless
Shannon Sharpe
Jenny Taft

Colin Cowherd
Joy Taylor 

SPEAK FOR YOURSELF (3-4:30 p.m. ET) 
Jason Whitlock
Marcellus Wiley

LOCK IT IN (4:30-5:30 p.m. ET)
Rachel Bonnetta
“Cousin” Sal Iacono
Clay Travis
Todd Fuhrman 

NASCAR RACE HUB (5:30-6:30 p.m. ET)
Adam Alexander
Shannon Spake
Larry McReynolds
Jamie McMurray

FOX Deportes presents the exclusive Spanish-language telecast of the Super Bowl for the third time, its previous two reigning as the highest-rated Spanish-language telecasts in Super Bowl history. The network delivers 20-hours of coverage live from Miami all week long, on site beginning Sunday, Jan. 26. Throughout the week, the network presents special editions of FOX DEPORTES EN VIVO and NFLEROS. On Monday, Jan. 27, the network goes live with a four-hour show from Marlins Park for SUPER BOWL OPENING NIGHT, beginning at 6:00 PM ET. On Sunday, FOX Deportes offers nearly eight hours of live Super Bowl coverage, led by host Rodolfo Landeros, play-by-play announcer Adrian Garcia-Marquez, analyst Rolando Cantu and reporter Jaime MottaJessi LosadaAlejandra Delgadillo and Giselle Zarur lead pre- and postgame coverage.

Next to the broadcast compound in Lummus Park, FOX will host a weeklong interactive fan experience that includes a 70-foot Ferris wheel themed to THE MASKED SINGER, a screening room on the beach showing the latest FOX series and a 10-foot-tall Super Bowl-themed LEGO MASTERS mural that fans can help build. Fans can also take pictures with LEGO-ized versions iconic FOX Sports commentators at a LEGO MASTERS photo opp and catch the Ring of Excellence Experience Presented by Kay Jewelers where fans can try on a replica Pro Football Hall of Fame Ring. FOX Sports will also have an official NASCAR vehicle on site ahead of Daytona 500 and a photo opp with an oversized WWE championship belt. Fans who stop by the activation space also have a chance to win big sweepstakes prizes, including tickets to Super Bowl LV in 2021.

Live streaming of FOX Sports programming, including the exclusive presentation of Super Bowl LIV, is available on and the FOX Sports app. Live streaming of Super Bowl LIV is also available on mobile through NFL digital properties (NFL app, NFL Fantasy and mobile web), on Yahoo Sports and other Verizon Media properties.

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