Sunday Night free television offers a mix of regular programming and special events, while we can expect big audiences for the NFL and the cable TV ratings titans.
NBC offers Sunday Night Football between the Kansas City Chiefs and the Los Angeles Chargers. It should be a good one. It should also win the night for ratings.
CBS is all new with The Equalizer, East New York (an FTR show), and NCIS Los Angeles. All of these shows should have solid nights.
ABC has the American Music Awards hosted by Wayne Brady.
FOX has an all new Animation Domination with new episodes of the Simpsons, The Great North, Bob’s Burgers, and Family Guy.
Over at the green brand, CW is giving us A Walton’s Thanksgiving special. How this ended up on a network with such a young audience? I don’t know.
Those not watching football, will likely be on cable where Yellowstone on Paramount and The White Lotus on HBO should do really well.