Tracker will be airing directly after Super Bowl 2024: Here's how and when to watch!

CBS and Paramount+ will have a lot of viewers tuning on Feb. 11.

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Justin Hartley has become a heartthrob since his breakout role on This Is Us, and us fans are still following his career to this day. He's done The Noel Diary movie on Netflix since he wrapped the NBC drama after six seasons. And now, we're so excited that the actor is headlining his own new show, Tracker on CBS.

Tracker premieres Sunday, Feb. 11, 2024 right after Super Bowl 2024. This is a really good sign and a strategic placement on CBS' part. That's because there's already going to be so many people seated to watch the game, they might keep the TV on to see what show is going to play afterwards.

Historically, if a series or episode from a project airs after the Super Bowl, it usually has good viewership numbers. And Hartley's new action drama deserves that spot! So how can you watch? What time exactly should you tune in? We've got the answers for you below!

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Watch Tracker live on TV

Tracker will air its one-hour premiere episode starting at 10 p.m. ET on CBS. Now that's the time on the schedule. However depending on how Super Bowl LVIII between the Chiefs and 49ers goes, the game could go into overtime and run a bit later. So don't be discouraged. When it comes to live sporting events like this, we just have to be patient!

Of course the best way to watch the show, as well as the Super Bowl, is through your cable provider. Any of them will definitley have CBS. Otherwise, there's some other options online to choose from to watch Tracker live. That would be through Fubo TV, DIRECTV, Hulu + Live TV, and YouTube TV. If you don't have any of these platforms, no worries! Check out the breakdown of the plans and prices for each below:

Platform

Prices and Packages

FuboTV

Pro: $74.99/month

Elite: $84.99/month

Premier: $94.99/month

Latino: $32.99/month

DIRECTV

Entertainment: $69.99/month

Choice: $84.99/month

Ultimate: $114.99/month

Premier: $159.99/month

YouTube TV

$72.99/month

Hulu + Live TV

Hulu + Live TV Only: $75.99/month

Hulu (With Ads) + Live TV, Disney+ (With Ads) and ESPN+ (With Ads): $76.99/month

Hulu (With Ads) + Live TV, Disney+ (No Ads) and ESPN+ (With Ads): $81.99/month

Hulu (No Ads) + Live TV, Disney+ (No Ads) and ESPN+ (With Ads): $89.99/month

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Watch live on streaming and on-demand

There's one other way to watch the show live if you don't have cable or don't like any of the options of accessing CBS above. Tracker will also be streaming live on Paramount+ with Showtime. This is the more expensive option on the streamer, which runs for $11.99/month.

If you're interested in an even cheaper plan, you'll just need to wait an extra day to do so. Tracker is available to stream on Paramount+ the next day on Mondays as well. The ad-tier option (Paramount+ Essential) costs $5.99/month. New episodes of the series will also be available to those with a Paramount+ with Showtime plan the next day as well.

How to sign up for Paramount+

  • Visit the Paramount+ sign up page
  • Choose Paramount+ Essential or Paramount+ with Showtime
  • Create an account by entering a username and a password
  • Enter your chosen payment method
  • Login and start watching

Tracker is centered around Colter Shaw (Hartley), who is a "lone-wolf survivalist" who travels around the country using his tacking skills to get rewards and money, per the synopsis. He helps out regular people, as well as law enforcement, while "contending with his own fractured family." The first episode sees him sent to Klamath Falls, Oregon to investigate the disappearance of a 14-year-old boy who may have been taken by his birth father who has a criminal background, per the synopsis.

Tracker premieres Sunday, Feb. 11, 2024 at around 10 p.m. ET on CBS and Paramount+ after Super Bowl 2024.

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