The NFL has released the dates, times, and television details for the Wild Card and Divisional playoff rounds.
ESPN/ABC, NBC, CBS, and Fox will each broadcast one game in the Wild Card round.
The first game will feature the winner of Sunday night’s Colts-Titans game against the Texans in Houston, and will be Saturday, Jan. 5, at 4:35 ET on ESPN/ABC (simulcast). That will be followed by Seahawks-Cowboys from Dallas at 8:15 PM ET on Fox.
The Sunday, Jan. 6 will kick off with Chargers-Ravens in Baltimore at 1:05 PM ET on CBS. And Eagles-Bears in Chicago will begin at 4:40 ET on NBC to conclude the Wild Card round.
For the Divisional round games, NBC and CBS get one game each, while Fox gets two games (both the late slots).
On Saturday, Jan. 12, the Kansas City Chiefs will host an AFC 4/5/6 seed at 4:35 ET on NBC. That’s followed by the Los Angeles Rams hosting an NFC 3/4/5 seed at 8:15 ET on Fox.
And on Sunday, Jan. 13, the New England Patriots host an AFC 3/4/5 seed at 1:05 ET on CBS. The New Orleans Saints welcome an NFC 4/5/6 seed to the Superdome to finish Divisional round play at 4:40 PM ET on Fox.
Championship Sunday will come on Jan. 20, with Fox showing the NFC Championship Game at 3:05 ET, and CBS showing the AFC Championship Game at 6:40 ET. And CBS gets this season’s Super Bowl on Sunday, Feb. 3.
Here’s a full look at the schedule (all times Eastern):
Wild Card Weekend
Saturday, Jan. 5
Indianapolis Colts/Tennessee Titans at Houston Texans, 4:35 PM. (ESPN/ABC)
Seattle Seahawks at Dallas Cowboys, 8:15 PM. (FOX)
Sunday, Jan. 6
Los Angeles Chargers at Baltimore Ravens, 1:05 PM. (CBS)
Philadelphia Eagles at Chicago Bears, 4:40 PM. (NBC)
Saturday, Jan. 12
AFC No. 4/5/6 seed at Kansas City Chiefs, 4:35 PM. (NBC)
NFC No. 3/4/5 at Los Angeles Rams, 8:15 PM. (FOX)
Sunday, Jan. 13
AFC No. 3/4/5 seed at New England Patriots, 1:05 PM. (CBS)
NFC No. 4/5/6 at New Orleans Saints, 4:40 PM. (FOX)
Sunday, Jan. 20
NFC Championship Game, 3:05 PM. (FOX)
AFC Championship Game, 6:40 PM. (CBS)
Super Bowl LIII
Sunday, Feb. 3
AFC champion vs. NFC champion in Atlanta. (CBS)