NBC Universal, NFL Signs Deal For ‘Sunday Night Football’ Broadcast On NBC Sports
NBC Sports will be the home of primetime television’s No. 1 show Sunday Night Football for an unprecedented 10 consecutive years.
NBC Universal has signed a deal with NFL beginning the 2023 NFL season, NBC and Peacock, NBCUniversal’s streaming service will present Sunday Night Football through 2033 – a span of 28 seasons for NBC as the home of the NFL’s premier prime time package.
Peacock will stream all NBC Sunday Night Football games and the Football Night in America studio show beginning with the upcoming 2021 season,and also produce a new exclusive, expanded postgame show following SNF each week.
NBC will present a Divisional Playoff game in each of the next 13 seasons. NBC will televise two Wild Card playoff games during the 2021, 2022, 2023, 2026, and 2031 seasons, with a single Wild Card telecast in all other seasons. In each of the next seven seasons, NBC will broadcast a Sunday primetime Wild Card game. All NBC NFL postseason games will stream live on Peacock.
Pete Bevacqua, Chairman, NBC Sports Group said “We are excited to expand upon our relationship with the NFL, which is the most powerful content in sports and entertainment. Sunday Night Football has been television’s most-watched primetime show for a decade, and we look forward to continuing our best-in-class presentation of SNF, Super Bowls, and playoff games for many years to come, while also broadening our audience with Peacock becoming the live streaming home for all NBC NFL games.”
Roger Goodell, NFL Commissioner “Comcast and the NBC family have been outstanding partners for us and we are excited to continue that relationship long into the future. Sunday Night Football is firmly established as the No. 1 show in primetime television, and we are looking forward to working with NBC and Peacock to continue to bring the NFL to more fans in more ways than ever before.”