NBC Sunday Night Football
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''NBC Sunday Night Football'' is a weekly television broadcast of National Football League (NFL) games on NBC in the United States. It began airing on August 6, 2006 with the Pro Football Hall of Fame Game, which opened that year's preseason. NBC took over the rights to the Sunday prime time game telecasts from ESPN, which carried the broadcasts from 1987 to 2005 (concurrently with NBC assuming the rights to Sunday evening regular-season games, ESPN took over the broadcast rights to ''Monday Night Football'' from sister network ABC beginning with the 2006 season).
For the 2011–12 season, Nielsen ranked NBC's ''Sunday Night Football'' as the most-watched program on U.S. network television, beating ''American Idol'', which held that honor for eight consecutive seasons beginning in 2004; ''Sunday Night Football'' repeated this feat as the most-watched program for the 2013–14 season.
, Al Michaels serves as the play-by-play announcer for the broadcasts, with Cris Collinsworth as the color commentator and Michele Tafoya as the sideline reporter. Upon NBC's assumption of the Sunday prime time game rights, Fred Gaudelli and Drew Esocoff, who serve as the respective lead producer and director, joined ''Sunday Night Football'' in the same positions they held during the latter portion of the ABC era of ''Monday Night Football''. John Madden, the color commentator for the first three years of the program, retired prior to the 2009 season; he was succeeded in that role by Collinsworth.
Since 2014, sister cable channel NBC Universo has carried Spanish-language audio simulcasts of select games, after years of aborted attempts to simulcast the games on Telemundo; as with the NFL's other television partners, NBC provides Spanish-language audio feed of the game broadcasts via second audio program (SAP), although the network promotes the simulcasts as being "provided by Telemundo". With the former mun2's relaunch on February 1, 2015, NBC Universo simulcast Super Bowl XLIX with NBC, with the channel expected to carry Spanish-language simulcasts of NFL games and NBC Sports properties.
(詳細はpre-game show ''Football Night in America'', which runs until kickoff (which usually occurs around 8:20 p.m. Eastern). The show serves the same purpose as ''NFL Primetime'' did for ESPN, offering recaps of the early action as well as a preview of the game to come. The show emanates from the NBC Sports studios in Connecticut as well as at the game site. Dan Patrick, Tony Dungy, Rodney Harrison, Peter King and Mike Florio broadcast from the studio while Bob Costas and Hines Ward report from the game. Michaels, Collinsworth, and Tafoya will also appear.
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