Prime Video Announces Biggest NFL Slate Yet with 2024 Thursday Night Football Schedule

12 divisional matchups highlight strong lineup that kicks off with Bills at Dolphins on September 12, Patriots at Jets on September 19 and Cowboys at Giants on September 26

Black Friday Football returns with the Super Bowl Champion Chiefs hosting the Raiders on November 29

TNF schedule features all 14 playoff teams from last season and several can’t-miss matchups, including: Bengals vs. Ravens, Packers vs. Lions and 49ers vs. Rams


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May 15, 2024 – The upcoming season of NFL action on Prime Video, which includes exclusive coverage of Thursday Night Football (TNF), Black Friday Football, and first-ever NFL Wild Card Playoff game, stands as the streamer’s most extensive schedule yet in its third season of coverage. The expanded schedule of games, AI-powered features that bring fans closer to the action, and a blockbuster TNF slate featuring 12 divisional matchups kicks off on Thursday, September 12, with a can’t-miss showdown between the Bills and Dolphins in Miami.

The 2024 TNF season schedule features six teams that make multiple appearances on Prime Video, including the 49ers, Jets, Bengals and Rams. Several of Prime Video’s biggest showdowns within the strong schedule of games include Aaron Rodgers and the Jets’ home opener against the Patriots on September 19; Dak Prescott and the Cowboys vs. the Giants on September 26; Joe Burrow and the Bengals vs. last year’s MVP, Lamar Jackson and the Ravens on November 7; the Steelers vs. Browns on November 21; and Jordan Love and the Packers vs. the hungry Lions on December 5.

Live NFL coverage on Prime Video will extend from late August to January for the first time and is highlighted by a tentpole Black Friday Football matchup on November 29, when the Super Bowl Champion Chiefs play host to the Raiders. Live coverage of TNF is one of the many benefits that come with Prime, which provides unparalleled savings, convenience, and entertainment, all in a single membership.

“This is our best schedule yet, and with this lineup of must-see matchups, our award-winning production, and innovations you can only get on Prime Video, fans will not want to miss a minute of Thursday Night Football this season,” said Jay Marine, vice president, Prime Video, and global head of sports and ads. “Our upcoming TNF schedule includes great games all season long, including 12 between fierce division rivals, the Super Bowl Champion Chiefs hosting Black Friday Football, and we’ll cap the season for the first time with the first-ever NFL postseason game on Prime Video. I can’t wait to kick things off in Miami on September 12.”

The 2023 TNF on Prime campaign generated an unprecedented streak of weekly viewership gains along the way to a full-season average that ranked +24% ahead of the previous year. TNF on Prime viewers averaged seven years younger and watch more of the games than audiences watching the NFL on linear networks. TNF’s 2023 pregame and postgame shows, TNF Tonight, TNF Kickoff, TNF Postgame and TNF Nightcap, all registered significant year-over-year viewership increases.

Thursday Night Football’s production team recently earned 11 Sports Emmy nominations for its 2023 coverage—including those for Outstanding Digital Innovation, Outstanding Interactive Experience, and Outstanding Personality nods for sideline reporter Kaylee Hartung and features reporter Taylor Rooks.

Viewers in the U.S. can watch Thursday Night Football games on Prime Video in their living rooms on connected televisions, streaming media players, or set-top boxes by using the Prime Video app, which is also available on mobile. In addition, viewers can stream online on Amazon, and on phones and tablets with NFL+. Each Thursday Night Football game also streams live on Twitch and is available on over-the-air TV stations in the two home markets of the competing teams, as well as in Spanish language on Prime Video. Coverage kicks off each Thursday with TNF Tonight at 7:00 p.m. EDT.

The NFL uses the power of Amazon Web Services (AWS) to power its schedule-making process. There are approximately a quadrillion possible schedule combinations each NFL season and over 26,000 factors to take in to consideration, such as stadium availability, travel requirements, prime-time games, competitive fairness, and division rivalries. The NFL uses AWS to run high-performance computing workloads to find the best possible schedule each year.

For all the latest information regarding TNF on Prime Video, visit the Thursday Night Football page on Prime Video. Additionally, follow @NFLonPrime, and the recently launched @SportsonPrime handle, across all major social networks, for highlights, features, viral moments, and more from Prime Video Sports. If you’re not a Prime member yet, join today or start a free 30-day trial to catch all the action in the upcoming season.

Complete 2024 Thursday Night Football Schedule (all times EDT):

TNF Tonight pregame coverage begins each Thursday at 7 p.m.

*Preseason game – Thursday, Aug. 22: Indianapolis Colts at Cincinnati Bengals

• Week 2 - Sept. 12: Buffalo Bills at Miami Dolphins
• Week 3 - Sept. 19: New England Patriots at New York Jets
• Week 4 - Sept. 26: Dallas Cowboys at New York Giants
• Week 5 - Oct. 3: Tampa Bay Buccaneers at Atlanta Falcons
• Week 6 - Oct. 10: San Francisco 49ers at Seattle Seahawks
• Week 7 - Oct. 17: Denver Broncos at New Orleans Saints
• Week 8 - Oct. 24: Minnesota Vikings at Los Angeles Rams
• Week 9 - Oct. 31: Houston Texans at New York Jets
• Week 10 - Nov. 7: Cincinnati Bengals at Baltimore Ravens
• Week 11 - Nov. 14: Washington Commanders at Philadelphia Eagles
• Week 12 – Nov. 21: Pittsburgh Steelers at Cleveland Browns
• Week 13 (Black Friday) - Friday, Nov. 29: Las Vegas Raiders at Kansas City Chiefs
• Week 14 - Dec. 5: Green Bay Packers at Detroit Lions
• Week 15 - Dec. 12: Los Angeles Rams at San Francisco 49ers
• Week 16 - Dec. 19: Cleveland Browns at Cincinnati Bengals
• Week 17 - Dec. 26: Seattle Seahawks at Chicago Bears

** NFL Wild Card Playoff Game: TBD


About Prime Video Sports

Prime Video supports a growing lineup of live sports globally, including Thursday Night Football, NASCAR, the New York Yankees, Seattle Kraken, Overtime Elite, and Premier Boxing Champions in the United States; the NWSL, the WNBA, and ONE Championship in the United States and Canada; NHL in Canada; UEFA Champions League football in the United Kingdom, Germany and Italy; Roland-Garros and Ligue 1 in France; New Zealand Cricket in India; as well as Copa do Brasil football and the NBA in Brazil. While availability varies by marketplace, fans can also subscribe to streaming services such as Sportsnet, Eurosport, FOX Sports (Mexico), Viaplay Sport, MLB.TV, NBA League Pass, NBA TV, DAZN (Germany and Spain), and Premiere FC (Brazil) through Prime Video Channels. This is in addition to a selection of Amazon Original sports documentaries including Kelce, Bye Bye Barry, Coach Prime, Giannis, and the Amazon Original All or Nothing franchise.

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May 16, 2024 6:00am ET by Newsdesk  


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