As the momentum grows for football fans in America anticipating the upcoming NCAA and NFL seasons, ESPN2 is likely trying to (sort of) fill that need by broadcasting their only CFL doubleheader for 2022 tonight.
Will be interesting to see if the numbers in America are higher than usual or not.
Thursday night games not going away any time soon I don't think.
We pretty much need Saskatchewan couples to have 9 children per family. Then have the parents make sure that each of their children cheers for a different CFL team. None of this all cheer for the riders nonsense. Basically the Riders fans are killing the league
When I found that, I was hoping to see lots of games on it
I did find this
RDS, which is the exclusive broadcaster of the CFL and the Alouettes, will broadcast roughly 50 games in 2022 including the 18 regular-season matchups involving the Alouettes, each playoff game and the 109th Grey Cup.
All the more change are coming in all generations.
All signs point to live sports and entertainment, interaction with live content (social media interactivity, gambling, fantasy sports, role play, video games), and social media video (i.e. all the major social media have been trying to copy TikTok since at least 2019 with the short clips) for the most viewed and valuable in media.
For me it's as follows in this order here in 2022 and already different than as late as November 2021 when I cut the cord:
Text / Text Chat
Streaming TV Live Sports and News
Streaming TV Recorded, Usually Documentaries, Presentations, and Shows not movies
Social Media Posts and Chat
Things I hate for personal use and do as little as possible any more if very much ever:
Talk on the phone
E-mail videos or watch them
Social Media Video Clips
Zoom / Duo / Facebook Video Chat
Any over-the-air TV that is not pro sports