The NFL and Pluto TV announced today the extension of their partnership. Pluto TV’s NFL Channel will continue streaming iconic moments from the league, spanning over a decade of seasons, for free.
“For the many avid football fans that are part of Pluto TV’s audience, having yearlong access to NFL content beyond the regular season is priceless,” said Jeff Shultz, EVP and Chief Business Officer at Pluto TV. “With an incredible lineup of award-winning programming, alongside some of the most memorable highlights, replays and matchups of the past decade, we are excited to be able to offer this evergreen content to our viewers, no matter the season.”
The NFL Channel on Pluto TV includes the award-winning series Hard Knocks, and fan favorites like NFL Game Replay, SOUND FX, NFL Top 10, and Around the NFL, along with highlights from past seasons and replays of some of the most iconic games.
The channel will also see new content, including several series dedicated to the NFL 100 season-long celebration in 2019 including NFL’s 100 Greatest, NFL 100 All-Time Team and NFL 100 Generations.
“We are thrilled to continue our partnership with Pluto TV that provides fans with more exciting NFL content including our critically-acclaimed programming celebrating the NFL 100 season last year,” said Jesse Wallace, NFL Vice President of Affiliate Sales and Distribution. “NFL fans enjoy having access to our classic games and programming year-round, and we’re proud to give Pluto viewers access to more exciting content from their favorite teams and players.”
Check out the NFL Channel, channel 465, on Pluto TV.
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Jess Barnes attended Edinboro University and spent years working in nonprofit before taking up freelance writing in 2012. Jess has been working for Cord Cutters News since 2017.