The 2023 NFL offseason has already been packed with surprises as all 32 teams prepare for the regular season. With the 2023 NFL Draft in the books, it’s time to see what the 2023 season will look like.
On Thursday, the league and fans find out who plays who with the NFL schedule release reveal. While some games have leaked, the majority of teams will have to wait until Thursday to see how all 18 weeks shake out. Here’s how to watch the NFL schedule release reveal, including the start time, channel, and live stream options.
How To Watch the NFL Schedule Release Reveal
- Date: May 11, 2023
- Time: 8 p.m. ET
- TV Channel: NFL Network, ESPN2
- Live Stream: NFL.com, NFL App, NFL+, ESPN+
What Time Is the Schedule Released?
The 2023 NFL schedule release reveal begins Thursday at 8 p.m. ET. The more significant portion of the schedule will be announced during the three-hour special, but a few other matchups will be unveiled before that.
The 2023 International Series was announced Wednesday on NFL Network and ESPN. Amazon also announced the matchup for the first-ever Black Friday game on Wednesday, while Fox & Friends and CBS Mornings announces select individual games. On Thursday, the Today Show and Good Morning America will share a few more games ahead of the NFL schedule release reveal that night.
What Channel Is the Schedule Release On?
So where can you watch the 2023 schedule release? Coverage begins on NFL Network and ESPN2 at 8 p.m. ET on Thursday. As the games are announced on air, the tickets for each game will go on sale through Ticketmaster. You can find more information on NFL tickets here.
Who Is Hosting the Schedule Reveal Show?
With two channels broadcasting the announcement, who are the announcers for each show? Rich Eisen and Colleen Wolfe will host the NFL schedule release reveal on NFL Network and will be joined by analysts Maurice Jones-Drew and Emmanuel Sanders.
As for ESPN, the NFL Live crew will host the network’s coverage of the 2023 schedule release, primarily focused on the Monday Night Football lineup. Mina Kimes, Dan Orlovsky, Marcus Spears, and Field Yates will anchor the broadcast, with plenty of surprise guests expected. NFL Live will also reveal one MNF matchup at 4 p.m. ET on ESPN Thursday.