From 'Top Chef' To 'Jimmy Fallon," NBCU Promotes The Heck Out Of Super Bowl
Are you ready for (more than) some football? Next week NBC Universal will feature 18-plus hours of programming supporting the Feb. 5 big game.
Broadcast and cable entities on the Super Bowl team include the Golf Channel, the Weather Channel, NBC's "Access Hollywood" and Bravo's "Top Chef" (popular former cheftestants Richard Blais and Antonia Lofaso will compete to create "the perfect tailgate food" on a pre-game show). And "Late Night With Jimmy Fallon" is even traveling to Indianapolis on what is billed as its first road trip.