The NFL’s live television rights deal with CBS will expire on March 31, but the league’s streaming deal with Hulu is also set to expire on the same day.
The NFL announced the new deals with Hulu and CBS on Wednesday.
The new deals will give fans who have a subscription to NFL Network access to games from around the world on the streaming service.
The deals with CBS, which include a two-year commitment, expire after the 2020 season.
The NBA, which has been selling its streaming rights to the NFL for more than a decade, announced the two-way streaming deal on Wednesday with ESPN.
The NBA has been streaming games for about seven years.
The other sports leagues that will not be able to renew their live streaming deals are the NFL, NHL, NBA, MLB, NHL All-Star Game and NFL Network.
The sports networks have been the primary providers for many of the games that are shown on NFL Network, including games for the All-Pro Game, the Super Bowl and the NFL playoffs.
But in recent years, the leagues have also been looking to get their own online streaming platforms.
In addition to the streaming deals with the major sports networks, CBS is also offering live streaming rights for its NFL Network for the rest of the 2019 season.
The network will also be offering the games it normally airs on Sundays on NFL GamePass.