Here's all of the information you need about Super Bowl LIII.
The NFL playoff field is set, and this weekend the field of Super Bowl competitors will continue to shrink as the postseason begins.
In the NFC, the Saints and Rams are the top two seeds, earning first-round byes. The NFC North champion Bears will host the Eagles in one wild card matchup, while the Cowboys will play the Seahawks in this weekend's other NFC game.
Meanwhile, in the AFC, the Chiefs and Patriots earned first-round byes. In the wild-card round, the Texans will face the Colts, their AFC South rival, and the Ravens will host the Chargers.
Update, 01/14: After the NFL's divisional playoff round, the teams still in contention to win the Super Bowl are the Saints, Rams, Patriots and Chiefs. The Saints will host the Rams in the NFC Championship, while the Chiefs will host the Patriots in the AFC Championship.
Super Bowl LIII is set to take place on Sunday, Feb. 3, 2019. Kickoff from Mercedes-Benz Stadium in Atlanta is scheduled for 6:30 p.m. ET.
Below, you can find additional programming information for the game.
Super Bowl LIII TV Broadcast Information
Date: Sunday, Feb. 3, 2019
Time: 6:30 p.m. ET
Location: Mercedes-Benz Stadium (Atlanta)
TV channel: CBS
Live stream: CBSSports.com
Halftime performers: Maroon 5, Travis Scott, Big Boi