'Puppy Bowl' Is Available To Watch In The UK And It's The Cutest Show Ever
If, like most, you're completely disinterested at the prospect of watching The Super Bowl, there is actually an adorable alternative for you to feast your eyes on instead.
Titled Puppy Bowl, the premise of the show is simple: a bunch of cute dogs running around on-screen.
It features two teams, Fluff and Ruff, full of pups competing to get the highest score - there are usually around 70 puppies in total.
The dog with the most touchdowns will receive the Most Valuable Puppy (MVP) award, and the winning team wins the Chewy.com "Lombarky" trophy.
Officials from Puppy Bowl collect the dogs from rescue centres and animal shelters across the USA to raise awareness and encourage viewers to consider adopting a puppy.
According to reports, the Puppy Bowl actually has a 100 percent adoption rate for all of their participants which not only makes the show super adorable but also really worthwhile.
There is also Kitty Halftime Show so there is something for cat-lovers, too.
This year, 93 adorable puppies will compete from 51 shelters across the US, Costa Rica, and Puerto Rico.
Referee Dan Schachner will make sure the dogs follow the rules along with his co-ref Shirley the rescue sloth - it just doesn't get much better than this, does it?
Although the Puppy Bowl takes place in America, you can still watch the adorable event in the UK and we can't wait.
If you have Sky you can watch the show on Animal Planet on channel 162.
Or you can also watch the show on Animal Planet's YouTube channel, which will be live streaming the Puppy Bowl.
So make sure you're all settled at 8pm on Sunday, 3rd February so you can sit down and watch the cutest show ever created.
Featured Image Credit: Animal Planet