Prime Video is becoming the only home Thursday night than ever. The NFL and Amazon say today that their new contract will be split by the 2022 season instead of the 2023 season as has already been announced. The 11-year-old will see Prime Video airing 15 games Thursday night and one pre-season game annually at the end of the 2032 season.
“This prompt action is what sets us apart as a profession, as it provides access to members of the Prime Minister in the most prestigious sport in the United States.” Marie Donoghue, vice president of international video for Amazon, He said. The NFL’s deal with Amazon shows that for the first time the league has sold international rights to advertising.
With the announcement today, Fox has stopped showing Thursday Night Football after the final season. From 2017, you can watch the game on Amazon, Fox and the NFL Network. Amazon played his first “special” game, Saturday’s game between the Arizona Cardinals and San Francisco 49ers, last year.
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