As just a few events have started, and everyone begins to enjoy the action of the XXII Winter Olympic Games in PyeongChang, South Korea, you might be wondering where you can catch all the events. Great Plains Communications has the guide for you on where and when to watch so you don’t miss a thing.
First off, the channels that will be airing the Olympic events are NBC, NBCSN, CNBC, USA, and new to Great Plains Communications channel line-up, the Olympic Channel. However, it is only NBC who will be broadcasting the opening ceremony tomorrow, February 9. The live coverage of the ceremony begins at 5 a.m. CT and then will air (taped) again at 7 p.m. CT on NBC.
What many might not know is that the only way to watch the Winter Olympics in the U.S. is through NBC. And this year NBC is changing things up a bit, and live streaming almost every event, broadcasting around 1,800 hours of live coverage. Due to the time difference between South Korea and the U.S., there will be a lot of events airing throughout the night.
Which Channel is Showing Which Olympic Sport?
- NBC has 176 hours of coverage: Opening Ceremony (Feb. 9), Medal Ceremonies, Figure Skating, Freestyle Skiing, Short Track, Ski Jumping, Snowboarding, Luge, Alpine Skiing, Speed Skating, Biathlon, Cross-Country, Nordic Combined, Skeleton, Bobsled, and Figure Skating Gala, Closing Ceremony (Feb. 25)
- NBC Sports Network has 369 hours of coverage: Curling (Mixed Doubles, Men, Women), Alpine Skiing, Luge, Cross-Country Skiing, Short Track, Ski Jumping, Snowboarding, Speed Skating, Biathlon, Figure Skating: Olympic Ice, Hockey (Men, Women), Nordic Combined, Skeleton, Bobsled, and Figure Skating Gala
- USA Network has 40.5 hours of hockey: Hockey (Men, Women)
- CNBC has 46 hours of curling: Curling (Mixed Doubles, Women)
- The Olympics Channel has 24/7 News Coverage: Victory Ceremonials, Olympic Channel News, and Winter Olympic Daily News
For the full details, go to NBC’s TV Schedule.
If you are looking for ways to stream, NBC Sports app is available on Android phones/tablets, iPhone/iPads, Roku devices, Fire TV devices, as well as Apple TVs. If you are a Great Plains Communications cable customer, you will be able to find our name from the list of service providers to watch the streams from NBCOlympics.com or the NBC Sports app. If you do not currently have cable, NBCOlympics.com will allow you 30 minutes in the first session of streaming and 5 extra minutes per day after. If you would like to sign up for cable with Great Plains Communications, please call our Customer Response Center at 1-855-853-1483 and a representative will be happy to assist you.