2022 in American television

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Original short description: "Television-related events in the USA during 2022"

Template:USTV year The following is a list of events affecting American television in 2022. Events listed include television show debuts, finales, and cancellations; channel launches, closures, and re-brandings; stations changing or adding their network affiliations; and information about controversies and carriage disputes.

Future Events

February

Date Event Source
4–20 The 2022 Winter Olympics in Beijing, China, will air on NBC and its cable networks, including CNBC, MSNBC, NBCSN, and the USA Network. [1]
6 Super Bowl LVI, which is to be played at SoFi Stadium in the Los Angeles suburb of Inglewood, California, will air in English on NBC, and in Spanish on Telemundo. This marks the first time a Super Bowl were ever to be played during an ongoing Winter Olympics. This was due to NBC swapping broadcast rights to Super Bowl LV with CBS to prevent competition for viewership and advertising sales, and to create advertising packages for both the Super Bowl and the 2022 Winter Olympics. [2][3]
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27 The 94th Academy Awards will air on ABC. [5]

November

Date Event Source
21–December 18 The 2022 FIFA World Cup in Qatar will air on Fox, Fox Sports 1, Telemundo, and Universo. This is the first World Cup to be held outside the northern hemisphere summer due to Qatar's climate considerations. [6][7]

Television shows

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Programs debuting in 2022

These shows are scheduled to premiere in 2022. The premieres date may be changed depending on a variety of factors.

First aired Title Channel Source
TBA House of the Dragon HBO [8]

References

  1. "IOC awards Olympic Games broadcast rights to NBCUniversal through 2032". Olympic.org. May 7, 2014. Retrieved November 24, 2019.
  2. Malloy, Tim (December 14, 2011). "NBC, Fox, CBS Extend NFL Deals through 2022". TheWrap. http://www.thewrap.com//2011/14/12//nbc-fox-cbs-extend-nfl-deals-through-2022/. Retrieved January 8, 2019. 
  3. "CBS, NBC in 'Freaky Friday' Super Bowl swap". adage.com. Retrieved November 26, 2019.
  4. Steinberg, Brian (March 13, 2019). "CBS, NBC to swap Super Bowl Broadcasts". Variety. https://variety.com/2019/tv/news/cbs-nbc-swap-super-bowl-1203162667/. Retrieved November 26, 2019. 
  5. Hammond, Pete (June 11, 2019). "No More Earlier Oscars? Academy And ABC Set Late February Telecast Dates For 2021 And 2022". Deadline Hollywood. https://deadline.com/2019/06/oscar-telecast-moving-later-2021-2022-1202630708/. 
  6. "FIFA awards US TV Rights for 2015–2022". FIFA. 21 October 2011. https://www.fifa.com/about-fifa/news/y=2011/m=10/news=fifa-awards-rights-for-2015-2022-1530715.html. 
  7. Longman, Jeré (21 October 2011). "Fox and Telemundo Win U.S. Rights to World Cups". The New York Times. https://www.nytimes.com/2011/10/22/sports/soccer/fox-and-telemundo-win-us-rights-to-2018-and-2022-world-cups.html. Retrieved 22 October 2011. 
  8. "House of the Dragon - Game of Thrones Prequel from Ryan Condal, George R.R. Martin and Miguel Sapochnik Ordered by HBO". Spoiler TV. October 30, 2019. https://www.spoilertv.com/2019/10/house-of-dragon-game-of-thrones-prequel.html. 

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