Prime Video kicks off the 2023 holiday season with an early gift for NFL fans, offering free access to the first Black Friday NFL game — even if you’re not a Prime member yet. The game will stream exclusively on Prime Video on November 24th and is expected to begin at 3pm EST.
“We’re excited to extend our relationship with the NFL and start a new holiday tradition for our customers with the first NFL game on Black Friday,” said Jay Marine, vice president of Prime Video and global head of sports. “We are very proud of ours Thursday night soccer Production and all teams in front of and behind the camera. As families look to spend time together over the holiday weekend, we’re excited to offer everyone the opportunity to enjoy this new day of NFL action.”
The Black Friday exclusive game represents a further extension of Prime Video’s relationship with the NFL and offers a free taster of the benefits that come with Prime membership. The service took over as the exclusive home of Thursday night soccer the most-streamed NFL competitions in history in 2022 and over the course of 15 games, drew audiences eight years younger than NFL audiences on linear channels, and regularly outperformed all competing programming over broadcast and cable .
Black Friday pre-game coverage begins live and on-site at the host stadium on November 24th. The participating teams will be announced later this year. Charissa Thompson will host the pregame show along with Tony Gonzalez, Ryan Fitzpatrick, Richard Sherman, Andrew Whitworth, Taylor Rooks and Michael Smith. When match coverage begins, Al Michaels, Kirk Herbstreit and Kaylee Hartung will cover the action on the field.
How to watch Thursday Night Football on Prime Video
Viewers in the US can watch Thursday night soccer Play Prime Video in their living rooms in 2023 on smart TVs, streaming media players or set-top boxes with the Prime Video app, also available on mobile. Viewers can also stream online at Amazon, as well as on smartphones and tablets with NFL+. Every Thursday night soccer The game will also be streamed live on Twitch and available on over-the-air TV channels in the two home markets of the competing teams, as well as in Spanish on Prime Video.
For all current information regarding TNF On Prime Video, visit the Thursday Night Football page on Prime Video and follow NFL on Prime on twitter. If you’re not already a Prime member, Sign up today or start a free 30-day trial to catch all the action in the upcoming season.