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It's not just you – the TV went dead during the Super Bowl

If you, like many of us, thought your TV powered off during a Super Bowl ad break, you're not alone. For about 30 seconds, TV screens went black during a commercial break during NBC's Super Bowl 2018 broadcast. SEE ALSO: Here's why 'This Is Us' fans are cursing their crockpots We've reached out to NBC for more info, but in the meantime, here's the internet's best (read: silliest) theories: That 15 seconds of a black screen was worth about $2.
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