The flame is lit in South Korea and now it’s finally time to hand out some medals at the 2018 Winter Olympics. Whether you want to binge on NBC’s live TV coverage or stream live coverage online at through the NBC Sports App or via fuboTV (try for free) or at NBCOlympics.com, we’ve got you covered from every angle.
Since South Korea is 14 hours ahead of the Eastern time zone, if you feel like watching events live and staying up late, the app and the stream at NBCOlympics.com will certainly come in very handy.
Here’s everything you need to know, followed by the full TV schedule.
How to watch on TV
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The Olympic Games will be broadcast on various NBC networks. Those include NBC, NBCSN, USA Network.
NBC will present 176 hours of live coverage, and its primetime coverage begins on Thursday, Feb. 8, at 8 p.m. ET, and concludes with the Closing Ceremony on Sunday, Feb. 25.
NBCSN will present 369 hours of coverage, including live primetime and 10 days of 24-hour coverage from Feb. 18-25. The Pyeongchang Games officially begin on NBCSN on Wednesday Feb. 7 at 11 p.m. ET, with live coverage of mixed doubles curling.
CNBC will present 46 hours of coverage, including its curling telecasts beginning Monday, Feb. 12 and concluding Friday, Feb. 23.
USA Network will present 40.5 hours of ice hockey and curling coverage, most of which will air live between 7-9:30 a.m. ET. Coverage begins on Saturday, Feb. 10 with a live presentation of the Women’s hockey qualifying round.