Question: What Time Will Olympics be on TV?

How can I watch the 2021 Olympics?

NBCUniversal is the main broadcast partner for 2021 Tokyo Olympics Games programming across cable, broadcast, and digital platforms. Your basic-cable package (like this one we like from Verizon) will let you watch the Olympics on TV including final event recaps and the Closing Ceremony live.

What channels will the 2020 Olympics be on?

To watch the Olympics you’ll need access to NBC and its affiliated networks. Olympic coverage is spread across multiple NBC channels, including NBC Sports Network, CNBC, the Olympic Channel, the Golf Channel, and USA; Telemundo and Universo carry Spanish language coverage.

How can I watch the 2021 Olympics for free?

There are plenty of options that cord cutters can use to stream the Olympics. Notably, they can watch select live events and rebroadcasts free on Peacock. Additionally, streaming services like fuboTV, Hulu Plus Live TV and YouTube TV all carry the NBC family of networks and provide free trials.

Will Olympics be on ESPN?

The new eight-year programming agreement will see ESPN continue as the Global Broadcast Partner of signature Special Olympics events through 2027, including the World Games, World Winter Games and USA Games.

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What time does the opening ceremony start on TV?

Opening Ceremony will be broadcast live on NBC beginning at 6:55 a.m. EST.

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When should I watch the opening ceremony?

How do I watch the opening ceremony? In the U.S., NBC is televising the opening ceremony live, with coverage beginning at 6:55 a.m. Eastern time, 3:55 a.m. Pacific time. The network will show the ceremony again in a prime-time broadcast beginning at 7:30 p.m. Eastern time.

Is Olympic channel free?

The Olympic Channel is subscription-free for users/viewers. However, some specific areas of content or live events may only be available on an exclusive basis to subscribers depending on territory.

Will Peacock have the Olympics?

Peacock will broadcast the team gymnastics finals for both men and women for free, but to watch any of the men’s basketball coverage you must upgrade to Peacock Premium—which costs $4.99 a month (unless, again, you already have Xfinity Internet or a cable subscription). It’s another $5 to get rid of ads.