Adelaide will host six home matches at Adelaide Oval next summer as well as its second fixture in Alice Springs as part of the expanded season, which will feature 59 games in total including finals.
Seven will broadcast 43 KFC BBL matches as part of the new broadcast deal while Fox Sports will televise 16 matches exclusively and simulcast the remainder.
The number of BBL games shown on free-to-air television (43) remains the same as last summer.
Seven has also secured broadcast rights to 23 Rebel WBBL games next season as well as all men's Test matches and Commonwealth Bank women's internationals.
The deal represents the first time that all women's international matches are guaranteed to be shown on free-to-air television.
The Gillette men's one-day and T20 internationals will be shown exclusively on Fox Sports.
What Cricket Australia’s new broadcast deal means for fans
Men's Test matches: Seven and Fox Sports
Women's internationals: Seven and Fox Sports
Men's home ODIs and T20Is: Fox Sports
BBL: 43 matches on Seven and Fox Sports, 16 matches on Fox Sports
WBBL: 23 matches on Seven and Fox Sports, 36 matches live streamed on cricket.com.au and the CA Live App
Sheffield Shield: Final on Fox Sports, remaining matches live streamed on cricket.com.au and the CA Live App
One-Day Cup: 13 matches on Fox Sports, remaining matches live streamed on cricket.com.au and the CA Live App
International tour matches: Some matches on Fox Sports, remaining games live streamed on cricket.com.au and the CA Live App
Allan Border & Belinda Clark Medal Night: Seven and Fox Sports
In-demand highlights: Cricket.com.au, Cricket Australia Live app and Fox Sports