NFL playoffs are the final stage of the NFL campaign following the regular season. The NFL Playoffs for the 2022-23 campaign are set to start with the Wild Card round in January. The Wild Card round will take place from 14-16 January and will be followed by the Divisional Playoff round on the 21st and 22nd of January. NFL Conference Championships will be held on January 29. And finally, the Super Bowl LVII will take place on February 12. NFL Playoffs fixtures will be watchable on US TV live on ESPN, ABC, NBC, FOX, as well as CBS. FOX will have the right to televise the Super Bowl LVII in 2023. Have a look at the complete NFL Playoffs 2022-23 TV Schedule. NFL TV SCHEDULE.

NFL Playoffs 2022-23 TV Schedule

Fixture Time Broadcasting TV Channels
NFL Wild Card Playoff
Saturday, January 14
TBC vs TBC 4:30 pm ET NBC
TBC vs TBC 8:15 pm ET CBS
Sunday, January 15
TBC vs TBC 1 pm ET FOX
TBC vs TBC 4:30 pm ET CBS
TBC vs TBC 8:15 pm ET NBC
Monday, January 16
TBC vs TBC 8:15 pm ET ESPN, ABC
NFL Divisional Playoff
Saturday, January 21
TBC vs TBC 4:30 pm ET CBS
TBC vs TBC 8:15 pm ET FOX
Sunday, January 22
TBC vs TBC 3 pm ET NBC
TBC vs TBC 6:30 pm ET CBS
NFL Conference Championships Playoff
Sunday, January 29
TBC vs TBC 3 pm ET CBS
TBC vs TBC 6:30 pm ET FOX
Super Bowl LVII
Sunday, February 12
TBC vs TBC 6:30 pm ET FOX
  • Wherethegame will update the participants for each fixture when the places are confirmed.
  • Match times are in Eastern Time.

NFL Playoffs Live Streaming:

Catch the NFL Playoffs 2022-23 live streaming using the broadcaster’s streaming apps and sites. If your cable TV lineups include the NFL Playoffs broadcasting networks and you’re planning to catch the game online then simply log in using your credential and password. Then stream the biggest actions of the National Football League live without paying any additional fees. The following options can be used to stream the games live: Watch ESPN, Watch ABC, ESPN App, CBS App, NBC Sports App, nbcsports.com, foxsports.com, as well as the Fox Sports App.

If you don’t own cable TV subscriptions but are planning to catch the NFL Playoffs games live, then cord-cutting sources are ready to provide you with service. The most popular cord-cutting services in the country are fuboTV, YouTube TV, Hulu+ Live TV, Sling TV, and DTV Stream. Pricing generally varies from 35 to 70 USD Dollars per month. Subscribe and enjoy the NFL Playoff games coverage live without cable.