Call it a slippery slope: the NFL game at Christmas between the Denver Broncos and the Los Angeles Rams will broadcast Nickelodeon.
The network, which previously broadcast two playoff games, and CBS will perform television duties on Dec. 25 at 4:30 p.m. EST. The Rams Super Cup champion will host the game, which will also be broadcast by Paramount +.
Nickelodeon has succeeded with its youth-focused TV broadcasts during the wild weekend along with the NFL broadcast on CBS. This season this collaboration will turn into a regular season and for Christmas. It is expected to become part of the holiday triplehead.
Another turn in the schedule, which will be fully released on Thursday night, will have a doubleheader on the second Monday night of the schedule – with an overlay. On September 19, the Tennessee Titans will perform at the Buffalo Bills at 7:15 p.m. on EDT. At 8:30 p.m., the Minnesota Vikings face the Eagles in Philadelphia. Usually any doubleheader had one game at a time on Monday night.
Earlier international games were announced:
– November 13, the first game of the NFL regular season in Germany, Tampa Bay against Seattle in Munich.
– On October 9, Green Bay becomes the last team to play in Europe against the Giants at home to Tottenham Hotspur in London. Last week, Minnesota played there with New Orleans.
– On October 30, Wembley Stadium will host the Broncos against Jaguar.
– November 21, San Francisco and Arizona to Mexico City.
The season will begin on Thursday, September 8, with champion Reims expected to host.
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