How to Watch the 2018 Olympic Winter Games

How to watch the 2018 Olympic Winter GamesDay 1 of the Olympic Winter Games will feature the Opening Ceremony at the open-air PyeongChang Olympic Stadium. PyeongChang, Korea is 17 hours ahead of San Francisco, so there are two options for watching—live-streaming on an app and a delayed television broadcast.

The Opening Ceremony was available to be streamed live online on February 9th at 3 AM Pacific Time! However, many of us were not up and watching at that hour, so TV coverage begins tonight, Friday, February 9th at 5 PM on NBC.

Watch the Olympics on TV
For Television viewing, the Olympic Winter Games will be broadcast on NBC, NBCSN, CNBC, USA Network, Olympic Channel and across the networks of NBA Universal.

If you want to watch the broadcast games on NBC in the evenings, check out this link on NBC for the daily schedules.

Live Stream the Olympics
Each event will also be available for live-stream and on-demand on and via the NBC Sports app. You can also view them on YouTube TV, DirecTV Now, Hulu with Live TV, PlayStation Vue, Sling TV, and FuboTV. But, be aware of that 17-hour time difference.

Sports Illustrated put together the full schedule here on their website, in Pacific Time, that goes all the way through the closing ceremony February 25th. Note that these are the times for live streaming of the games.

The closing ceremony for the Olympic Winter Games will begin on February 25th at 3 AM Pacific Time at PyeongChang Olympic Stadium.

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