The WNBA and ESPN announce 25 national broadcasts during the regular season across ABC, ESPN and ESPN2

The WNBA and ESPN revealed a national broadcast schedule across ABC, ESPN and ESPN2 during the 2023 regular season.

  • The midseason All-Star game will air for the first time in primetime on ABC on July 15 at 8:30 p.m. ET.
  • The pregame WNBA Countdown show will air at least ten times during the season.
  • Additional coverage on ESPN channels will occur during the WNBA Playoffs and include 27 games.
  • The league will release a complete TV and streaming lineup later this spring. Coverage will also include games aired on CBS Television Network, Paramount+, CBS Sports Network, NBA TV, Meta Horizon Worlds, and Twitter.
  • The 2023 regular season tips off on Friday, May 19.
Day Date Time (ET) Away Home Platforms
Fri. 5/19/2023 11:00 PM Phoenix Los Angeles ESPN, ESPN+
Sat. 5/20/2023 1:00 PM Atlanta Dallas ABC
Sat. 5/20/2023 3:00 PM Las Vegas Seattle ABC
Sun. 5/21/2023 4:00 PM Chicago Phoenix ESPN, ESPN+
Tue. 5/30/2023 9:00 PM New York Seattle ESPN2
Sun. 6/11/2023 1:00 PM Dallas New York ABC
Sun. 6/11/2023 3:00 PM Washington Seattle ABC
Sun. 6/25/2023 1:00 PM Washington New York ABC
Sun. 6/25/2023 3:00 PM Dallas Los Angeles ABC
Sat. 7/1/2023 3:00 PM Connecticut Las Vegas ABC
Sun. 7/2/2023 3:00 PM Washington Dallas ABC
Sat. 7/8/2023 1:30 PM Seattle New York ESPN
Sun. 7/9/2023 3:00 PM Washington Connecticut ESPN
Sat. 7/15/2023 8:30 PM All-Star Game ABC
Sat. 7/22/2023 1:00 PM Connecticut Atlanta ESPN
Sat. 7/22/2023 3:00 PM Las Vegas Minnesota ESPN
Tue. 7/25/2023 7:00 PM Phoenix Atlanta ESPN
Sun. 7/30/2023 4:00 PM New York Los Angeles ESPN
Tue. 8/1/2023 7:00 PM Minnesota Connecticut ESPN
Sun. 8/6/2023 3:00 PM Las Vegas New York ABC
Sun. 8/13/2023 3:00 PM New York Indiana ESPN
Sat. 8/19/2023 3:00 PM Los Angeles Las Vegas ESPN2
Mon. 8/28/2023 7:00 PM Las Vegas New York ESPN2
Sun. 9/3/2023 3:00 PM New York Chicago ESPN2
Sun. 9/10/2023 3:00 PM Phoenix Las Vegas ESPN2
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