The Premier League on NBC and Premier League on NBCSN was the blanket title for broadcasts of the Premier League by the networks of NBC Sports. NBC acquired rights to the Premier League in 2013, and reached a six-year extension in 2015.
NBC acquired rights to the Premier League in 2013, replacing Fox Sports and ESPN. NBC's studio programming for the league includes the pre-match show Premier League Live, and the highlights shows Premier League Goal Zone and Match of the Day. NBC Sports president of programming Jon Miller explained that their main goal was to not "Americanize" their coverage, citing their decision to employ talent who "know the Premier League and can talk about it intelligently". In 2014, NBC also hired the duo of Michael Davies and Roger Bennett—the "Men in Blazers"—to provide soccer-oriented content across NBC Sports' platforms. During larger matchdays, NBCSN operates pop-up channels branded as Premier League Extra Time, which broadcast overflow matches not shown by other NBC networks. However in 2017, NBC began to paywall many of these overflow games behind the "Premier League Pass" service on NBC Sports Gold. On Survival Sunday, the majority of NBCUniversal's cable networks carry games, including several networks not normally dedicated to sports.
In 2019, NBCUniversalparent companyComcast acquired the British telecom and media conglomerateSky plc. As a result, the NBC Sports division became a sibling to Sky Sports, a domestic rightsholder of the Premier League in the UK. Sky began to synergize with NBC Sports throughout 2019, beginning with a collaboration with its reporters for coverage of the transfer deadline, and adding a weekday simulcast from its Sky Sports News channel to the daytime lineup of NBCSN. On-air collaboration with Sky Sports intensified with the beginning of the 2019–20 season; as Sky holds the first pick of matches for 12:30 p.m. kickoffs under its renewed contract, NBC will be able to air more prominent matches in its early-afternoon broadcasts. NBC also broadcast studio coverage of the first weekend of the season from Sky's studios, implemented a new on-air graphics package with elements of those used by Sky and its Premier League telecasts, and expanded its Sunday pre-match show to two hours. Sky Sports studio programming also became available on a secondary tier of Premier League Pass. On July 9, 2020, NBC announced that Premier League Pass would be phased out, with its content being moved to Peacock Premium going forward, including 175 matches per-season. To celebrate the national launch of Peacock, all July 15, 2020 matches were carried exclusively by the servicefor free.