An NFL season home opener simply doesn't get more exciting than this. On Monday, Sept. 12, the Seattle Seahawks will host their former QB Russell Wilson as he debuts with the Denver Broncos.
It's no question that Lumen Field gets LOUD. But what will the reception be for Wilson after 10 years in Seattle? Will fans boo, cheer, a lot of both? You'll have to tune in Monday to see for yourself. So here's how to watch:
The Seahawks season opener airs in Seattle on KOMO 4 News this Monday, Sept. 12. Coverage from Monday Night Football on ABC starts at 5 p.m. and kick-off is set for 5:15 p.m. at a jam-packed Lumen Field.
Full lineup of Monday's coverage:
3 p.m. Seattle Refined Game Day Special: We catch up with Mama Blue, reveal the best Seahawks bars and bring back a special guest to reminisce on major moments with the Seahawks.
3:30 p.m. KOMO News with live coverage from Lumen Field
4 p.m. KOMO News Pregame Show
5 p.m. ABC Monday Night Football - Denver Broncos vs. Seattle Seahawks
5:15 p.m. MNF Game kickoff from Lumen Field airing on KOMO 4
8 p.m. Monday Night Football postgame on ABC
8:30 p.m. KOMO News Postgame Show: Hear from players at the postgame press conference, watch analysis and highlights from KOMO Sports Director Niko Tamurian, including special guests you're sure to recognize.
10 & 11 p.m. KOMO News – Continuing game coverage, a wrap of all the day’s news and the KOMO Weather forecast for the week ahead.
No TV? Subscribers can stream Monday Night Football on ESPN+
Get hyped with our online features before Monday's big game:
- His Time: 3 things Geno Smith said ahead of the season opener for the Seahawks
- Yum! New menu items at Lumen Field for the 2022 Seahawks season
- Seahawks star becomes licensed real estate agent in offseason
- Football Fashion: Shop your own closet for cute Seahawks fits
- BBB warns of ticket scams ahead of Hawks game
- Photos: Stunning Bellevue home of Ciara and Russell Wilson lists for $36 million
Special programming note: New episodes of Wheel of Fortune and Jeopardy! will air starting at 1:35 a.m. on Tuesday, Sept. 13 following Monday's NFL coverage.