will be + present participle (-ing form of the verb)
There are 5 main cases
in which we use Future Continuous: Case 1:
to say that an action will be in progress at a specific time in the future.
- This time on Thursday I will be watching the game.
- In two hours, she will be leaving.
for an action in progress in the future which is interrupted by a shorter action.
- I'll be waiting for you at the sports bar when you get back.
to predict the present.
- Don't call him now, he will be playing.
for arrangements, as a reminder or warning.
- We'll be leaving at 10 o'clock. (Please don't be late!)
to make polite enquiries about someone's plans (without wishing to interrupt those plans).
- Will you be watching the game this evening?
will not (won't) + present participle (-ing form of the verb)
- I won't be going to bed late tonight.
- They will not be telling us much about next week's game.
- She won't be planning any trips until after the Championship.
Will + subject + be + verb-ing?
- Will I be watching any women tennis games this year?
- Will he be speaking with his teammates this afternoon?
- Will we be skiing in the mornings and the afternoons?