As the Buffalo Bills and Los Angeles Chargers face off on December 23rd, 2023, Peacock will be broadcasting exclusive primetime coverage for the first time ever. Meaning, if you want to watch this specific game a Peacock subscription is required.
Immediately after, an Sunday Night Football Saturday game is scheduled to follow on both NBC and Peacock at 4:30 p.m. ET as the Pittsburgh Steelers and the Cincinnati Bengals kick-off.
NBC and Peacock will show 20 regular-season games as well as 18 regular-season Sunday Night Football games, three postseason games, and two Wild Card Playoff games, ending with one Divisional Playoff game. The NFL Kickoff 2023 and Thanksgiving game is also included on the roster. Between NBC and Peacock’s streaming service, coverage of every NFL game is accessible at your fingertips.
The NBC Sports app and NBCSports.com will also stream every game with full HD quality. NBC Sunday Night Football will be covered in its entirety by Telemundo Deportes, which fans can also live stream via its app.
NBC has been the home of Sunday Night Football since August 2006 and has occasionally been broadcasting NFL games since 1939. Sunday Night Football brings in massive audience numbers for NBC and for over a decade has been the most popular primetime television programming.
The games will be available with both Peacock’s Premium and Premium Plus plans (starting at $4.99 per month), so if you don’t want to miss the exclusive Buffalo Bills and Los Angeles Chargers game, sign up for a membership soon! Peacock Premium members will also be able to enjoy a live stream of the 2024 Super Bowl. A full schedule of the season is currently available to check out on Peacock’s website.
Check back with Cord Cutters News as more details and a cemented schedule are revealed.