Prime Video, in partnership with AWS, has released the 2022 NFL season schedule. On September 15, the action-packed Thursday Night Football (TNF) schedule kicks off with a powerhouse AFC West matchup as Patrick Mahomes and the Kansas City Chiefs host rivals Justin Herbert and the Los Angeles Chargers.
According to Marie Donoghue, vice president of content for Amazon Prime Video, “the first exclusive season of TNF on Prime Video is officially can’t-miss TV. With star power like Lamar Jackson and the Ravens taking on Tom Brady and the Bucs, divisional rivalries featuring Bills at Patriots and Chargers at Chiefs.
A fun West Coast matchup between the Raiders and the Super Bowl Champion Rams,” and “a heavyweight showdown” between Derrick Henry and the Titans The first season of TNF will feature a slate of exciting games that no NFL fan should miss. We’re excited to get started with Prime Video in September.
The TNF booth will feature legendary play-by-play announcer Al Michaels and Emmy-winning football analyst Kirk Herbstreit this season.
Tony Gonzalez, a member of the Pro Football Hall of Fame, recently announced as an NFL analyst for TNF’s pregame, halftime, and postgame shows on Prime Video. Thursday Night Football’s executive producer will Fred Gaudelli, a 24-time Emmy winner.
Below is the complete schedule for Thursday Night Football in 2022.
Prime Video is the first streaming service to have exclusive rights to an NFL package, thanks to Amazon’s multibillion-dollar, eleven-year deal with the National Football League that began this year.
Before, Amazon would split broadcasting duties for the games with Fox and the NFL Network. Amazon is going all out to make the 2022 season of “Thursday Night Football” on Prime Video a memorable one, and the first exclusive game airs tonight, September 15, 2022.
Here’s everything you need to know about “Thursday Night Football” (“TNF”) on Prime Video, including new segments and experiences, X-Ray technology, and a dedicated fan store.
How To Watch “Thursday Night Football” On Prime Video
It’s 8:15 p.m. EDT and the Kansas City Chiefs are taking on the Los Angeles Chargers. Prime Video app or web browser users can tune in to the game. Up to four “TNF” games can viewed for free during the 30-day free trial period if you are not a Prime Video subscriber.
There will a total of 29 NFL teams present across 15 games streamed live on Prime Video. Subscribers can listen to Al Michaels provide play-by-play of the action in the live games. Kirk Herbstreit, an ESPN veteran, will be providing analysis.
Former NFL players Ryan Fitzpatrick, Richard Sherman, and Tony Gonzalez will serve as analysts for the broadcast. Meanwhile, Charissa Thompson, a sports anchor, is in charge of “TNF.”
The popular trick-shot comedy group Dude Perfect hosts an alternate broadcast game available exclusively on Prime Video. The all-female broadcast team of Hannah Storm and Andrea Kremer will keep calling “TNF” games for Prime Video.
To add to the excitement surrounding “Thursday Night Football,” the streaming service has recorded a new theme song. The NFL has never had a female composer before, but Amazon says Pinar Toprak is the first.
Special Features And Perks
Amazon Fire TV and Alexa are introducing new functionality for NFL fans in order to promote the games. Alexa and X-Ray on Fire TVs, for instance, allow viewers to access real-time statistics and data by speaking to their televisions.
Saying “Alexa, open X-Ray” to your smart speaker will bring up statistics about the game for football fans.
Amazon also provides a TNF-centric fan storefront (called TNF Central) where customers can shop for official merchandise from Amazon, the NFL, and more.
Prime members can save more on a wide variety of products, including replica player jerseys, licenced apparel and hats, home entertainment, and more.
Partnerships And Sponsors
In a deal announced last month, Nielsen will begin measuring Amazon Prime Video and Thursday Night Football as part of its National TV measurement service for a full three years.
Everyone, of course, will be keeping their fingers crossed that the Prime Video app stays stable. The NFL Sunday Ticket website and app for DirecTV, Sling TV, YouTube TV, and the brand new NFL+ streaming service all experienced outages over the weekend.
Thursday Night Football
Amazon paid five times as much as Twitter did for the rights. To stream ten games from the 2017 broadcast season. On Amazon Prime Video, which announced on April 4, 2017 for a reported $50 million. Only Prime members were able to watch the content online.
For its first game, Amazon had a few surprises up its sleeve. Including a pre-show hosted by Tiki Barber and Curtis Stone. A Spanish and Portuguese feed, and a secondary English broadcast with soccer commentators Ross Dyer and Tommy Smyth.
In 2017, Amazon’s digital rights for the season were exclusive to Prime members. But in 2018 and 2019, Amazon made game coverage available on Twitch without a Prime membership required.
In addition to the standard Fox broadcast, British English, and Spanish language options, Amazon Prime viewers could also listen to ESPN’s Hannah Storm. And NFL Network’s Andrea Kremer, the first all-female commentary team in NFL history, provide analysis of the action.
FAQs – People Also Ask
Does Amazon Prime include Thursday Night Football?
Amazon Prime Video is the place to watch ‘Thursday Night Football,’ as confirmed by the NFL.
Find out how to catch the next match right here! Prime Video is the new home of Thursday Night Football as the football season kicks into high gear (TNF). TNF Tonight airs at 7 p.m. EDT every week, and the game starts at 8:15 p.m.
How much does Amazon pay for Thursday Night Football?
annually, this amounts to roughly $1 billion.
According to a previous CNBC report, Amazon is spending roughly $1 billion. Annually to have exclusive streaming rights to Thursday Night Football through 2033.
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