Super Bowl 57 will be played on February 12, 2023 at State Farm Stadium in Glendale, Arizona and will be broadcasted on Fox.

The Pro Bowl, the NFL's all-star game, will take place on February 5 and can be watched on ABC, ESPN, ESPN Deportes, ESPN Plus, and Disney XD.

To watch Super Bowl 57 in 4K, you need a service from a company that offers 4K broadcasts or a 4K-capable plan on a streaming service like YouTube TV or FuboTV.

Cord-cutters can watch Super Bowl 57 on Fox using live TV streaming services like YouTube TV, Hulu Plus Live TV, and FuboTV.

NFL Plus is a new streaming service for watching NFL games on your phone or tablet for $5 a month or $40 for the season.

YouTube TV is the best option for NFL fans, costing $65 per month and offering local channels, ESPN, and the NFL Network.

Hulu Plus Live TV and FuboTV are other options, costing $70 and $75 per month respectively.

DirecTV Stream starts at $75 per month and offers main broadcast channels for NFL games.

Sling TV's Orange and Blue plan for $55 a month gets you ESPN and the NFL Network, and Fox and/or NBC in select major markets, but lacks CBS.

A cheaper option for local channels without a monthly charge is an antenna.