NFL Sets Huge New TV Deals With CBS, Fox, NBC, ESPN/ABC and Amazon Prime Video

The new agreement is worth an estimated $10 billion annually

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The National Football League is celebrating in the end zone after completing eye-popping new rights deals for all of its TV packages.

Most networks have extended their current NFL deals through the 2033 season: Fox and CBS hold onto their respective Sunday games, NBC remains with Sunday Night Football and ESPN continues broadcasting Monday Night Football, though in a new wrinkle, the Disney-owned network will simulcast multiple games each season on broadcast sibling ABC.

As part of the new arrangement, ABC will rejoin the Super Bowl rotation alongside NBC, CBS and Fox, broadcasting the game every four years.



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