Puppy Bowl 2023: How to watch Puppy Bowl XIX
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Can you believe Puppy Bowl 2023 is almost here? Here are all the details you need to watch the event live both online and on the TV.
It’s almost time for my favorite event of the year. It’s all about Puppy Bowl! Can you believe that it’s the 19th year of this pup-dorable event?
Every year, Animal Planet brings us a three-hour event of shelter pups playing football. There are all types of dogs involved, and there is even time to show off those with disabilities, whether they’re in doggy wheelchairs or are deaf and blind. This is an event for all.
The middle of the event brings us a halftime show like no other. It’s all about the shelter kittens.
Of course, you’ll want to know how and where to watch it. There are a lot of options for Puppy Bowl XIX.
What time is Puppy Bowl 2023 on?
You’ll want to tune in at 2 p.m. ET/11 a.m. PT for the kick-off. This is when the game starts, but Animal Planet and discovery+ will have a special event starting at 1 p.m. ET/10 a.m. PT to show off some of the shelter pups.
This is a live event. It’s just like the Super Bowl, so you’ll want to make sure you tune in. The good news is it’s on discovery+ afterward, but you’ll want to watch this live.
discovery+ and HBO Max are both on Amazon Channels* in the U.S. discovery+ is on Amazon Channels in Canada.
Where to watch Puppy Bowl XIX
What are your options to watch it? Well, as mentioned, Animal Planet and discovery+ will air the event. This is standard now.
This year, other networks are simulcasting the event. You’ll get to watch it on Discovery Channel, TBS, and HBO Max. It doesn’t matter whether you have cable or a streaming platform. You’re covered!
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What do you think of Puppy Bowl 2023? How are you going to watch the event? Share your thoughts in the comments below.
Watch Puppy Bowl starting at 2 p.m. ET/11 a.m. PT.