The XXIII Winter Olympic Games are quickly approaching and you won’t want to miss any of the action. The games will run from Thursday, February 8th to Sunday, February 25th. Whether you plan to follow along on a TV or a laptop, check out the following for when and where to catch PyeongChang 2018.
Where can I watch the Olympics?
TV will be the best place to find the most high profile and highly-anticipated events. Your local NBC channel will broadcast nightly prime time coverage from 8:00pm Eastern Time/5:00pm Pacific Time to 11:30pm ET/8:30pm PT, with more extended coverage on Saturdays and Sundays. NBCSN, CNBC, USA, and the Olympic Channel will also have ongoing coverage during the daytime in America and as events are happening local time in Korea. Keep in mind that, because of scheduling, curling, ski jumping, and luge will be starting on Wednesday the 7th and Thursday the 8th. This is a couple days before the opening ceremonies.
If you are on the go and don’t want to miss a second of the games, download the free NBC Sports app. From here, events will be streamed live or available on-demand. You won’t miss a thing. This app is perfect for catching that preliminary ice hockey round that you know probably won’t be on prime time that night.
On your laptop, coverage can also be streamed from NBCOlympics.com. This website also includes highlight reels, as does the app.