The Tigers’ game with the Foxes has been chosen as the first live game of the 2016-17 top-flight season, with Steve Bruce’s side to face the East Midlanders in front of the Sky Sports cameras on 12.30pm on August 13.
Meanwhile, Hull’s home game with Jose Mourinho’s Manchester United will be screened by BT Sport on Saturday, August 27, with a kick-off time of 5.30pm.
Middlesbrough have been selected for TV coverage for three matches in the opening part of the new campaign.
Boro’s visit to the Stadium of Light for the Tees-Wear derby with Sunderland on the second weekend of the season has been moved back to Sunday, August 21 - and will be shown live on Sky Sports with a 1.30pm kick-off.
Boro’s trip to the Hawthorns to face West Brom, due to take place on Saturday, August 27 has also been moved back a day and will now kick-off on the Sunday (28th) at 1.30pm on Sky Sports.
The Teessiders’ away game at Everton has also been selected for TV coverage and will kick off at 5.30pm on Saturday, September 17. It will be shown on BT Sport.
Details of more televised top-flight games will be released in the next fortnight.
Sky Sports live games
Hull City vs Leicester City, Saturday 13 August, 12.30pm
Bournemouth vs Manchester United, Sunday 14 August, 1.30pm
Arsenal vs Liverpool, Sunday 14 August, 4.00pm
Chelsea vs West Ham, Monday 15 August, 8.00pm
Manchester United vs Southampton, Friday 19 August, 8.00pm
Stoke City vs Manchester City, Saturday 20 August, 12.30pm
Sunderland vs Middlesbrough, Sunday 21 August, 1.30pm
West Ham vs Bournemouth, Sunday 21 August, 4.00pm
Tottenham vs Liverpool, Saturday 27 August, 12.30pm
West Bromwich Albion vs Middlesbrough, Sunday 28 August, 1.30pm
Manchester City vs West Ham, Sunday 28 August, 4.00pm
Manchester United vs Manchester City, Saturday 10 September, 12.30pm
Swansea City vs Chelsea, Sunday 11 September, 4.00pm
Sunderland vs Everton, Monday 12 September, 8.00pm
Chelsea vs Liverpool, Friday 16 September, 8.00pm
Crystal Palace vs Stoke City, Sunday 18 September, 2.15pm
Tottenham vs Sunderland, Sunday 18 September, 4.30pm
Manchester United vs Leicester City, Saturday 24 September, 12.30pm
West Ham vs Southampton, Sunday 25 September, 4.00pm
Burnley vs Watford, Monday 26 September, 8.00pm
BT Sport live fixtures:
Manchester City v Sunderland, Saturday 13 August, 5.30pm
Leicester City v Arsenal, Saturday 20 August, 5.30pm
Hull City v Manchester United, Saturday 27 August, 5.30pm
Liverpool v Leicester City, Saturday 10 September, 5.30pm
Everton v Middlesbrough, Saturday 17 September, 5.30pm
Watford v Manchester United, Sunday 18 September, 12.00pm
Arsenal v Chelsea, Saturday 24 September, 5.30pm