Beginning at 2 p.m. ET, the Travel Channel will air a marathon of big-game-inspired episodes of "Food Paradise," including "Chili Paradise" and "Sandwich Paradise." You may want to order those Buffalo wings before settling down for this one, because it'll definitely make you hungry for greasy, salty grub.
Speaking of nosh, Food Network will air a new episode of the competition reality show "Chopped" at 9 p.m. ET...
...followed by a new episode of "Cutthroat Kitchen" at 10 p.m. ET. The game ought to be over by then, but with the weather being what it is, who knows?
Showtime made a bold statement when it declared last week that it would not postpone or reschedule new episodes of its Sunday night series, unlike rival network HBO -- which will premiere new episodes of "Girls" and "Looking" on Saturday instead of Sunday to avoid competing with the Super Bowl.
If you're in the mood for a murder mystery, NBC News will premiere an all new episode of "Dateline" in its regular Sunday 7 p.m. ET slot.
There is arguably not too much overlap between the audience that watches Masterpiece Classics and the audience that watches 300-pound men give each other concussions in the name of a tiny piece of pigskin. So PBS will premiere a new episode of "Downtown Abbey" at 9 p.m. ET.
The same goes for the Benedict Cumberbatch starrer "Sherlock" on Sunday, starting at 9:58 p.m. ET.
Relive the emotional roller coaster that is the final season of "Sex and the City" in a marathon courtesy of E! that begins at 3 p.m. ET. Will Carrie wind up with The Russian? Or will Big win her back? Who cares if we've know the answer for 10 years!
Unless you have DirecTV, you can watch up-to-the-minute coverage of Polar Vortexing Winter Storm Leon (or maybe Neon by then) and how the nasty weather is affecting the folks at the open-air MetLife Stadium in the Weather Channel's special game-day focus.
Of course, the most hotly anticipated game besides the clash between the Broncos and Seahawks is the clash between the mutts and schnauzers! Animal Planet's 10th edition of the "Puppy Bowl" starts at 3 p.m. ET and re-airs throughout the day, with new segments each hour.
Not to be outdone, NatGeo Wild announced earlier this month that it would run the "Fish Bowl," a four-hour epic battle between a fish named Goldie and the glass walls that contain her. The "Fish Bowl" runs Super Bowl Sunday from 6 to 10 p.m. ET.