09/27/2023 | News release | Distributed by Public on 09/27/2023 09:08
With a stacked scheduleand a solid lineup of announcers, we're gearing up for an exciting Season Two of Thursday Night Football on Prime Video. The first game of the season takes place September 14, with the Philadelphia Eagles' home opener against the Minnesota Vikings.
Visit the 'Thursday Night Football' pageon Amazon to tune in once the season starts, and keep reading for the latest news and updates for 2023.
Pregame coverage starts at 7 p.m. EDT. Catch all the action on Prime Video.
Week 3 final score: San Francisco 49ers 30, New York Giants 12. Tune in next week to watch the Detroit Lions and the Green Bay Packers.
Watch the New York Giants take on the San Franciso 49ers tonight, exclusively on Prime Video. Pregame coverage starts at 7 p.m. EDT.
Week 2 final score: Philadelphia Eagles 34, Minnesota Vikings 28. Tune in next week to watch the New York Giants take on the San Francisco 49ers.
The Vikings take on the Eagles in Philadelphia tonight. Catch all the action live on Prime Videostarting at 7 p.m. EDT.
Amazon is using AI to create once-unimaginable enhancements to the football-viewing experience.Learn moreabout some of the AI-powered features coming toTNF this year.
Thursday Night Football on Prime Video returns this week! This season will feature enhancements like native HDR picture quality, Key Plays, and the first NFL Black Friday game on November 24. Learn moreabout how we're upping the game for Season Two.
The Minnesota Vikings take on the Philadelphia Eagles at Lincoln Financial Field next week. Catch all the action live on Prime VideoSeptember 14 at 7 p.m. EDT.
Amazon Music's weekly concert series, Amazon Music Live, is back and streaming live on Prime Video and Twitch afterThursday Night Football this year. Grammy-winner and diamond-certified global superstar Ed Sheeran will kick off the first show of the season on September 21.
The regular season kicks off Thursday, September 14 at 7:00 p.m. EDT with the defending NFC Champion Philadelphia Eagles' home-opener against the Minnesota Vikings. Meet the broadcast team that will guide fans through all the action this year.
Really enjoyed spending last night with our production, on-air, and Amazon Thursday Night Football team at our @NFLonPrime production kickoff. This team accomplished so much in season one, is teeming with energy/ideas, and is raring to go for season two. pic.twitter.com/6yf9evCbmL- Andy Jassy (@ajassy) August 7, 2023
Prime Video's TNF schedule features all 14 playoff teams from last season and several can't-miss matchups, including: Giants vs. 49ers, Broncos vs. Chiefs, Bengals vs. Ravens, and Seahawks vs. Cowboys.
See the full schedule here