If you don't have cable and have been living off of Hulu and Netflix in your apartment, you probably panic a few times a year when big events are on. Although award shows aren't hitting the web yet, the 2015 Super Bowl will live-stream on NBC, including Katy Perry's highly-anticipated half time show with special guest Lenny Kravitz. The network will show the entire game, plus pre and post-game coverage, on their "Super Stream Sunday" beginning at 12 p.m. ET on Feb. 1. The live-streaming will run through around 10 p.m. after either the Seattle Seahawks or the New England Patriots win Super Bowl XLIX
Usually you have to enter your cable credentials in order to access NBC's "TV Everywhere," but it will be available for everyone on NBC.com for the Super Bowl. Unfortunately, it does not include phones — the NFL only grants mobile viewing to Verizon Wireless customers — but you can check it out on your computer or tablet. And hey, if you can connect your computer to your television, you can even host a viewing party without paying for cable, using that extra money to stock up on plenty of pizza and chicken wings. That's a win-win, no matter who is the Super Bowl champion. The only downside is that the ads online will be exclusive to the digital platform, meaning you could miss some of the best Super Bowl ads if you're not watching live on your TV.