During each half of a network-televised game, there are ten prescribed commercial breaks following the official kickoff. Two are firmly scheduled, and eight others are worked in during breaks in the play.[33]

Pre-scheduled commercial breaks:

The end of the first (or third) quarter
The two-minute warning of the second (or fourth) quarter
Other instances used for commercial breaks (eight total required per half):

A timeout called by either team
Instant replay stoppage
Game stoppage after a score
Game stoppage after a kickoff or punt (excluding the opening kickoff of each half)
Game stoppage after a turnover
Injury timeout
Two commercial breaks during the typical 12-minute halftime period are considered separate.

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