All of the sports programs on the major networks and ESPN are on the move this fall.
NBC and ESPN have announced plans to move their flagship late-night sports shows from Monday through Thursday to Saturday, starting with Monday Night Football and ending with Sunday Night Football.
Fox has also confirmed plans to shift its flagship Monday Night Baseball from Thursday to Friday, with Sunday’s slate moving to Thursday and Friday’s schedule moving to Saturday.
Fox and ESPN will shift their Monday Night College Football and Thursday Night College Basketball to Friday nights.
The network also announced plans for its weekly prime-time schedule to move from Friday to Saturday and to include live coverage of college football, basketball, baseball, and women’s soccer.
On the broadcast side, CBS has announced plans on Thursday to move its Thursday night broadcast from Wednesday to Thursday, with Thursday night’s broadcast moving to Friday and the Thursday night lineup moving to Sunday.
ABC has confirmed plans for Thursday’s lineup to move to Friday from Sunday.
CBS and ESPN also have announced that Wednesday’s NFL game will air on Friday, and the network has announced the Monday night game to be moved from Thursday night to Friday.
NBC will move its Tuesday night lineup to Sunday and the Tuesday night broadcast to Friday night.
The CBS lineup has not been announced.
NBC has also announced a new Saturday Night Live, which will be hosted by Kate McKinnon and Rachel Dratch.
ABC and Fox have announced an all-new Sunday night version of The Late Late Show with James Corden.
ESPN is also in the process of making a Sunday-night edition of College Football, which airs from 6 p.m. to 11 p.k.
ABC will also move Saturday Night Football from Thursday into Saturday and Friday into Sunday.
The Monday night schedule for ESPN has not yet been announced, and ESPN announced Monday Night Countdown.
Fox is also considering a Monday night edition of NFL Football, a move that could come as early as the season opener against the Philadelphia Eagles.
NBC’s Thursday night games are set to air live on ESPN from 9 p. m. to 1 a.m., but NBC will not reveal what times the shows will air.
CBS has not announced the times for its Thursday and Saturday nights, but the network is planning to move Thursday Night Football to Monday night.