Capping off a week's worth of broadcasts from the city including hours of programming from the special CBSSuper Bowl Park at Jackson Square, the network plans more than 9 hours of coverage on Super Bowl Sunday.
Here are some of the highlights and when the shows will be aired on WWL-TVChannel 4.
CBS News Sunday Morning with Charles Osgood (8 a.m.) Segments will include a profile of Delhi, La., native Tim McGraw, a Bill Geist visit to Avery Island to profile the McIlhenny family and Tabasco, and a Wynton Marsalis 'Ode to Gumbo,' for which he interviewed New Orleans' food writer, broadcaster and cooking school teacher Poppy Tooker.
'As much a cultural symbol of New Orleans as the bayou or jazz, gumbo is a mix of seafood and spices - and cultures and ethnicities - making it symbolic of the best of New Orleans,' says CBS in its press release.
Face the Nation with Bob Schieffer (9:30 a.m.) Bob Schieffer will interview NFL Commissioner Roger Goodell. The program will also feature CBS Sports hosts Jim Nantz, Phil Simms and Shannon Sharpe.
Road to the Super Bowl (10 a.m.)
New Orleans: Let the Good Times Roll (11 a.m.) A tribute to the city, hosted by Wynton Marsalis.
Phil Simms All-Iron Team: Super Bowl Edition (Noon)
The Super Bowl Today (1 p.m.) The pregame countdown will originate from locations at CBS Super Bowl Park in Jackson Square, Champions Square and the Mercedes-Benz Superdome. Several New Orleans-themed segments will be featured, as well as an interview with President Obama by CBS Evening News anchor Scott Pelley, airing at approximately 3:30 p.m.
Kickoff for Super Bowl XLVII is 5:30 p.m.
Eyewitness News at 10 p.m. will feature live local post-game coverage.
The Late Late Show with Craig Ferguson (following Eyewitness News at 10:35 p.m.) The show will include guests Drew Brees, Steve Carell, Channing Tatum, Julie Chen, Neil Patrick Harris, as well as segments recorded at spots across the city.