This Sunday, most people will be watching Super Bowl LIV. But some people -- probably you, since you clicked on this post -- may be on the look out for other options.
So whether you care about the San Francisco 49ers and the Kansas City Chiefs, it matters not. Because the Puppy Bowl and the Kitten Bowl are also happening, and there are not one, but two seasons of "You" to watch on Netflix. "The Office" and "Breaking Bad" will be airing on cable for the majority of the day. And -- be honest -- have you caught up with the latest episode of "The Bachelor?"
Here are 17 options of non-sports-related programming to watch instead of the Super Bowl this Sunday.
Puppy Bowl XVI (Animal Planet, 3 p.m. ET)
For those who prefer furry friends to football friends.
Kitten Bowl VII (Hallmark Channel, 2 p.m. ET)
If you're a cat person, stop here. If you like both dogs and cats, then you can watch these fluffy animal-bowls back to back.
"Sex and the City" Marathon (E!)
For those who prefer Carrie Bradshaw to Terry Bradshaw.
"Ilana Glazer: The Planet Is Burning" (Amazon)
For those who prefer female comedians to football shenanigans.
"The Circle" (Netflix)
Or you could binge this reality show for the digital age.
For the believers and the skeptics alike.
"Ted Bundy: Falling For a Killer" - Amazon
For true crime junkies who somehow have still not gotten their fill of the bottomless pit of Bundy content that exists across the internet.
"Real Housewives of Atlanta" Marathon (Bravo)
In case you were looking for the literal antithesis of the Super Bowl, Bravo's got you covered all day long.
"The Bachelor" (ABC/Hulu)
For those who need to play catch-up on Peter's love life before Monday's episode. Next week is double trouble for Bachelor Nation, with an episode airing on Feb. 3 and another on Feb. 5. Hulu subscribers can watch episodes of the "Bachelor" the day after they first air on ABC.
“Breaking Bad” Marathon (AMC)
For those still reeling from the news that "Better Call Saul" is coming to an end, AMC will be airing the original sensation all day long.
"Night at the Museum: Battle of the Smithsonian" (BBC America, 2:30 p.m.)
For those who didn't get enough of the first "Night at the Museum," catch the sequel instead of the Super Bowl.
"The Office" Marathon (Comedy Central)
For those who could always use more quality time inside the wonderful world of Dunder Mifflin, "The Office" will be on Comedy Central from 8 a.m. to 6:15 p.m.
"Ferris Bueller's Day Off" (Freeform, 2:55 p.m.)
Ferris said it best: "Life moves pretty fast. You don't stop and look around once in a way, you could miss it."
"Marriage Story" (Netflix)
No, just watching the clip of ScarJo and Adam Driver yelling at each other over and over on Twitter does not count as having seen "Marriage Story." It's so much more than that one scene -- trust us.
"The Report" (Amazon Prime Video)
If after watching "Marriage Story" your appetite for Adam Driver becomes insatiable, move on to this significantly darker film about the CIA covering up its torture practices at your own risk.
"The Irishman" (Netflix)
This is the one movie that might actually be longer than the Super Bowl.
"You" Season 2 (Netflix)
For those who hold the controversial opinion that Joe Goldberg is dreamy... and those who just like to watch him (try to) murder people.