CBS Sports and Nickelodeon prepare for the NFL Wild Card game on Nickelodeon on Super Wild Card weekend when the San Francisco 49ers face the Dallas Cowboys on Sunday, Jan.16 at 4:30 p.m. ET.


HOLLYWOOD, Calif .– (COMMERCIAL THREAD) – CBS Sports and Nickelodeon’s slime-filled special presentation during NFL Super Wild Card Weekend will feature the San Francisco 49ers taking on the Dallas Cowboys during the NFL Wild Card Game on Nickelodeon to Sunday January 16 at 4:30 p.m. (ET). The special presentation will air alongside CBS Sports’ broadcast of the game on the CBS television network and is one of six games of the Super Wild Card weekend on Saturday, Sunday and Monday.

CBS Sports play-by-play announcer Noah Eagle, CBS Sports analyst and former NFL star Nate burleson and Nick star Gabrielle Nevaeh Green (this girl lay lay) will be calling the game from the booth for the second year in a row. Nick star Young Dylan (Dylan Gilmer, Young Dylan by Tyler Perry) made his debut as a secondary journalist.

Following the success of last season’s TV show, the NFL Wild Card Game on Nickelodeon will feature improved original graphics on the pitch; advanced augmented reality featuring an AR airship that will fly around the stadium; a special pre-match and half-time presentation; guest appearances of Nickelodeon characters; and much more for children and families. Iain Armitage (CBS ‘ Young Sheldon) will come back to help explain the penalties pronounced during the match, and one of the best players in the game will once again receive the Nickelodeon Valuable Player (NVP) award which can be voted on at This season, NFL Slimetime – a weekly show on Nickelodeon airing Wednesdays at 7 p.m. ET – featured weekly NVP rewards, featuring fun, slime-filled celebrations by the players. WATCH HERE.

At halftime, look for the special exclusive look of the all-new Nickelodeon animated series Big Nate, based on best-selling children’s books and comic book written and drawn by Lincoln Peirce. The series follows Nate, a sixth-grader who has an endless need to prove his beauty to the world and is set to debut on Paramount + in early 2022.

the NFL Wild Card Game on Nickelodeon will be streamed for free through the NFL app on phones and tablets. The CBS Sports broadcast will also be broadcast on digital devices through Paramount +, the CBS Sports app, NFL Digital Properties and on mobile on the mobile properties of participating teams and Yahoo Sports.


The NFL and Nickelodeon will launch the NFL x Nickelodeon collection ahead of CBS Sports and Nickelodeon’s slime-filled special presentation of the NFL Super Wild Card Weekend Game on Sunday, Jan.16 at 4:30 p.m. ET. The collection celebrates both NFL and Nickelodeon fans and gives kids and families the opportunity to show off their fandom in a fun and elevated way.

The collection will feature NFL team designs and logos with a mix of 90s fan favorite Nickelodeon characters from hit series such as Rugrats and Hi Arnold!, as well as pieces featuring the iconic SpongeBob SquarePants and Nickelodeon Slime. the NFL x Nickelodeon the collection will include t-shirts from Junk Food, socks from Rock ‘Em Socks, water bottles from Tervis and figures * from FOCO (* presale only).

The collection will be available on starting Tuesday, Jan.11 at 10 a.m. (ET). The product will also be available on and, as well as on and which will offer expanded assortments.


The NFL Wild Card Game on Nickelodeon is produced by CBS Sports in association with Nickelodeon Productions. Sean mcmanus and Harold bryant serve as executive producers of THE NFL ON CBS. CBS Sports’ Shawn robbins is the coordinating producer of the game with the producer, Ken mack and director, Suzanne smith.

Nickelodeon’s production is overseen by Ashley kaplan, Executive Vice President, Nickelodeon & Awesomeness Unscripted & Digital Franchise Studio, ViacomCBS; Paul j medford, vice president, Unscripted Current Series; Luc Wahl, vice-president, unscripted creation; and Jennifer Bryson, Vice-President, Production, Tents, Events & Music & Promotions.


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