The most watched football game on cable and satellite, and the most watched cable sports event in history, will be back in August for the first time in a decade.
Fox Sports 1 will return to its Monday nights schedule in August, starting in the fall with its flagship lineup of the Pittsburgh Steelers-San Francisco 49ers, the Dallas Cowboys-Houston Texans, and Baltimore Ravens-Detroit Lions.
Fox Sports 2 will begin its season on September 15 with the New York Giants-San Diego Chargers, and then in December the Philadelphia Eagles-Baltimore Ravens, followed by the Arizona Cardinals-Green Bay Packers.
Fox News Sunday will begin airing on Sunday mornings from December 18 through January 4, 2016, but the new programming will not be available in the U.S. on television until the new season starts on January 10.
Fox sports content will be available on ESPN, ESPN2, ESPNEWS, Fox Sports Go, and Fox Sports GO.
Fox News will also launch a new video platform for its primetime programming called Fox News Live, which will offer video clips and exclusive live video interviews.
The network also has a digital platform, Fox News Mobile, for people who can’t stream cable, and it is expanding its coverage of college sports and other sports events.
The new programming is part of a push by Fox Sports to reach a new audience with new, interactive sports programming.
In addition to the new games, the network is also launching a new sports site, the FOX Sports Scorecard, and a new digital platform called FOX Sports GO, which brings the most up-to-date stats from the top college football and basketball teams.
The new FOX Sports app, which launched earlier this year, also will be updated in the next few weeks with more than 150 live events from around the world.