The National Football League announced Thursday that it has signed long-term agreements with media partners CBS, ESPN/ABC, FOX, NBC, and Amazon.
Overall, the deal is worth over $100 billion dollars and runs through the end of the 2033 season.
Here are the major details:
AMAZON: Amazon has acquired the exclusive rights to Thursday Night Football. The number of games Amazon will stream is still to be determined but is likely to be 15 games per season, the WSJ reports. Those games won’t be available on TV, save for the local markets of the two teams playing.
CBS: CBS retains the rights for the Sunday afternoon AFC package. All games will also steam live on Paramount+.
ABC/ESPN: The NFL says, “ESPN will continue to be the NFL’s television partner for cable’s most-watched series, Monday Night Football. Additionally, ABC has acquired the rights to televise two Super Bowls along with exclusive regular season games.”
FOX: FOX retains the rights for the Sunday afternoon NFC package.
NBC: NBC holds onto Sunday Night Football and will simulcast each on Peacock.
Here is the upcoming Super Bowl schedule:
- CBS: 2023, 2027, 2031
- FOX: 2024, 2028, 2032
- NBC: 2025, 2029, 2033
- ESPN/ABC: 2026, 2030
A major win for everyone involved.