It’s that time again.
March Madness is in full swing and will culminate on Sunday with the announcement of the 68 teams for the NCAA Men’s Tournament.
Fans and teams alike will see where their teams are headed and some schools will see their bubble burst and be left off the field. CBS Sports and Turner Sports provide live coverage of all 67 games.
In this year’s field, there will be 32 automatic qualifiers by winning a conference tournament and the other 36 teams will be general selections. Another change to the field is that the games will be played at different venues through different rounds, ending in the Final Four at Caesars Superdome in New Orleans.
Last year, the entire tournament was played in Indiana due to the ongoing coronavirus pandemic.
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Here’s everything you need to know for Sunday’s broadcast:
What time does the Selection Show start?
The transmission will begin on Sunday, March 13 at 6 p.m. ET, immediately after the conclusion of the Big Ten tournament championship. Greg Gumbel will be joined in New York by analysts Clark Kellogg and Seth Davis
What television channel is the Selection Program on?
The reveal of the 68-team field will be announced exclusively on CBS.
How can I watch the National Team Show through a live broadcast?
A live broadcast can be found on NCAA March Madness Live and Paramount+, a CBS streaming service.
This article originally appeared on USA TODAY: live streaming March Madness Selection Sunday show: Time, TV channel