Thursday Night Football on Amazon Prime Video averaged 13.3 million viewers in its first week, Amazon said Thursday, citing Nielsen data.
The viewership surpassed last Thursday night’s opening game, which drew 8.84 million viewers on NFL Network and Streaming.
Local coverage of the Sept. 15 game between the Los Angeles Chargers and Kansas City Chiefs drew just 1.16 million viewers, meaning the vast majority of viewers were on streaming services. .
Last season’s Thursday night football games averaged 12.84 million viewers on Fox and NFL Network.
Jay Mullin, Global Head of Sports, Amazon Prime Video I have written The note this week notes that Thursday Night Football scored a record number of Amazon Prime subscriptions in three hours, with the game “delivering the most-watched primetime night in the United States in Prime Video history.” said.
Things to watch out for
The Cleveland Browns will face the Pittsburgh Steelers at 8:20 p.m., with pregame coverage beginning at 7:00 p.m.
Amazon is the first streaming service to exclusively distribute a series of NFL games. An Amazon Prime subscription that includes free 2-day shipping, access to Amazon Prime Video, and more for $14.99/month. A Prime Video-only subscription is $8.99/month.Amazon Raised Pricing this spring will be $119 to $139 per year.
Thursday Night Football isn’t the only investment Prime Video is making on screens right now.prime video fantasy series Lord of the Ring spin off ring of power premiered this month. Amazon reportedly paid him $250 million for the rights to the story, and he reportedly cost him $465 million to produce the show’s first season.
Amazon scores high in first ‘Thursday Night Football’ game (Hollywood Reporter)
https://www.forbes.com/sites/marisadellatto/2022/09/22/over-13-million-people-watched-thursday-night-football-on-amazon-prime-last-week/ Over 13 million people watched ‘Thursday Night Football’ on Amazon Prime last week