The first 12 televised Championship games in 2022 have been revealed.
Regular league-wide live coverage of the Championship returns to TV screens for the first time since 2013 thanks to Premier Sports.
Games will be shown live on Monday nights (7.45pm) and all games up until the end of May have now been confirmed.
The Cumbrian derby between Whitehaven and Workington Town is the only exception, with their clash being televised live on Easter Sunday.
It starts with York hosting Featherstone on January 31, while Featherstone are also on the following week when they host Leigh.
Widnes and Leigh are the most selected sides in the first 11 fixtures.
The Vikings will appear four times; once at home to Barrow and away at Dewsbury, Newcastle and Sheffield; while Leigh play Bradford, Halifax and Batley after their initial showing at Featherstone.
Premier Sports and the RFL have already confirmed a special discount of almost 40% on an annual subscription for season ticket holders of all Betfred Championship and League 1 clubs.
Sky Sports have held the rights to the Championship since 2014, but only when Toronto paid to broadcast their games in 2019 has there been any regular season coverage outside of the Summer Bash.
More than 472,000 watched the five play-off games live on Sky Sports in 2021.
The Grand Final between Toulouse and Featherstone was watched by an average audience of 165,000; a 15% increase on Toronto’s win over Featherstone in 2019.
First 12 live televised games are:
Monday January 31 – York v Featherstone
Monday February 7 – Featherstone v Leigh
Monday February 14 – Leigh v Bradford
Monday February 21 – Dewsbury v Widnes
Monday March 7 – Widnes v Barrow
Monday March 21 – Halifax v Leigh
Monday April 4 – Newcastle v Widnes
Sunday April 17 – Whitehaven v Workington Town
Monday April 25 – Bradford v Featherstone
Monday May 2 – Barrow v York
Monday May 16 – Batley v Leigh
Monday May 23 – Sheffield v Widnes