In the 1990s, Super Bowl halftime shows were lame. Fox decided what people needed was Jim Carrey setting himself on fire.
Ads used to be cloaked in secrecy before the big game. A 2011 Star Wars spot changed all that.
This recipe for cervelle de canut will add class to your Super Bowl menu.
More than17 million people call in ‘sick’ the Monday after the game. So why not play it on a Saturday?
Americans consume more than 1 billion wings on Super Bowl Sunday, and we have sports bars to thank.
In 2005, Patriots chief Robert Kraft's diplomacy mission to Russia turned into an international incident after Vladimir Putin pocketed his priceless Super Bowl ring.
If you think it’s weird that this year’s Super Bowl is set for the day before Valentine’s Day, you’re right. Here’s what happened.
It probably wasn’t a coincidence that Dan Quayle, who famously misspelled ‘potato,’ started shilling for potato chips.
Will The Weeknd’s 2021 Super Bowl halftime show outshine Beyoncé’s past appearances? It’s *technically* not impossible.
Emily Hampshire on getting her big break as Girlfriend Number One on Nickelodeon and when she knew 'Schitt's Creek' hit big.
The game has been locked in a vault and a legal battle for years. A new Kickstarter could unearth it for the first time since 1967.
The job of an NFL quarterback comes with heaps of high-stakes pressure and even bigger heaps of money.
Want to be the smartest person in the room while watching this year's Super Bowl? Bust out a few of these fun facts about Big Games past.
The puppies are coming! (Plus some kittens, kangaroos, and a rescue sloth.)
On January 15, 1967, when the first AFL-NFL World Championship Game took place, it was something bordering on a disaster, with television mishaps, a dispute over the name, and thousands of empty seats.
Think of it as a Babybjörn for your favorite Super Bowl snacks.
More than 575,000 people have already signed the petition.
With a 3D 'Moonlighting' episode canned, Coca-Cola was sitting on 26 million pairs of glasses. Enter the 1989 Super Bowl—and Elvis Presto.
If you attend a Super Bowl party on Sunday, you’ll probably hear at least one casual football viewer ask, “How do they get that yellow first-down line on the field?”