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The excitement of the NFL playoffs is upon us, and fans are eager to catch every touchdown, interception, and game-changing moment. In this guide, we’ll walk you through the legitimate and safe ways to watch the NFL playoffs, including Super Bowl LVIII in Las Vegas. Don’t waste time searching through unreliable services and dubious websites — StreamSafely has you covered with the best options for a seamless viewing experience.

Channels and Schedule

Before we delve into the streaming options, let’s take a quick look at the channels broadcasting the NFL playoffs and the dates of each round.

The NFL playoffs will be broadcast on:

  • FOX
  • CBS
  • ESPN and ABC
  • NBC and Peacock

No matter who you’re rooting for, the road to Vegas won’t be easy, so mark your calendars and be sure to catch every moment of the NFL playoffs.

Wild Card Playoff Games

The AFC and NFC Wild Card matchups will take place on Jan. 13-15, 2024.

Saturday, January 13, 2024

  • Game 1 at 4:30 PM (NBC/Peacock)
  • Game 2 at 8:15 PM (Peacock)

Sunday, January, 14, 2024

  • Game 1 at 1:00 PM (CBS or FOX)
  • Game 2 at 4:30 PM (CBS or FOX)
  • Game 3 at 8:15 PM (NBC)

Monday, January 15, 2024

  • Game 1 at 8:15 PM (ESPN/ABC)

Divisional Playoff Games

The Divisional round is scheduled to take place between Jan. 20-21, 2024. These matchups are expected to be aired on a combination of CBS, ESPN, ABC, NBC, and FOX. Times for the divisional round games have not yet been released.

Saturday, January 20, 2024

  • AFC Divisional matchup
  • NFC Divisional matchup

Sunday, January 21, 2024

  • AFC Divisional matchup
  • NFC Divisional matchup

AFC and NFC Championship Games 

Both of the conference championship games will be played on Jan. 28, 2024. Those games will be broadcast on CBS and FOX.

Super Bowl LVIII

The biggest game of the year takes place at 6:30 PM ET on Feb. 11, 2024. The game will be played at Allegiant Stadium in Las Vegas and broadcast on CBS.

Streaming Options

StreamSafely has a host of recommendations for safe streaming whatever the occasion, but if you’re wondering how to watch the NFL playoffs specifically, let’s explore the various legitimate streaming options available.

NFL+: NFL+ is the exclusive streaming service of the Nation Football League, offering both monthly and yearly subscriptions across its two tiers: NFL+ and NFL+ Premium, which includes NFL RedZone. Whichever you choose, you’ll have access to regular and postseason games on your TV, tablet, smartphone and PC and a free trial to boot.

YouTube TV, Hulu + Live TV, and Fubo: These popular streaming services provide access to major channels broadcasting NFL playoff games, including CBS, FOX, NBC and ESPN. Many of these platforms offer free trials, so you can see which suits you best without the pressure of having to commit right away. 

ESPN+: Though it won’t provide access to all the playoff games, ESPN+ will give you access to some of the early round matchups. Plus, with ESPN+, you can bundle the offer and get access to Disney+ and Hulu as well. 

Peacock: Presented by NBCUniversal, Peacock gives viewers access to a wide array of movies and TV shows as well as live Sunday Night Football, including preseason and playoff games. 

Paramount+: Any playoffs games broadcast on CBS (including the Super Bowl) will also be available for streaming on Paramount+. 

These platforms only represent a handful of the many ways you can enjoy the NFL playoffs and the Super Bowl. As you’re weighing your options, be sure to check out NFL.com for a broader list of options, including Spanish language viewing and radio broadcasting. 

StreamSafely’s Recommendations

Enjoying the NFL playoffs doesn’t require risky shortcuts. There are many legal streaming options available that can help you elevate the way you watch sports without compromising safety or quality. 

StreamSafely is committed to providing you with information that will keep you safe and protect you against the pitfalls and risks of pirate services and unauthorized platforms.

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