Where to watch the Olympics on TV in the US In linear form, coverage will spill acrossNBC and eight other Comcast-owned cable channels, including USA, CNBC, NBC Sports Network and Telemundo. The menu will total more than 7,000 hours encompassing 35 sports, with NBC serving as the home for highlights and top events.
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How can I watch the Olympics on TV?
Tune into NBC or Peacock for primetime coverage beginning Feb. 3, and the live opening ceremony on Feb. 4 at 6:30 a.m. If you have cable, you can also stream live events on NBCOlympics.com and the NBC Sports app. (A cable login will be required.)
How much does it cost to watch the Winter Olympics?
Hulu + Live TV will also include Olympics coverage via NBC, along with more than 60 other television channels, so you can watch the Winter Olympics and more. The service costs $70 a month with more than 75 channels of live TV, as well as access to Disney Plus and ESPN+. The service offers a week’s free trial.
How to watch the 2022 Winter Olympics live stream?
The 2022 Winter Olympics will be broadcast on NBC, BBC, TV5 Monde, Eurosport, CBC, TV 5, NHK, TBS, CCTV, etc. (You can use MiniTool MovieMaker to edit the sports highlight video you鈥檝e recorded.) If you want to watch the Olympics without cable, here are some streaming services that support the 2022 Winter Olympics live stream. #1. Peacock
What are the best streaming services for the Winter Olympics?
Peacock, an American streaming service owned by NBCUniversal, lets you stream all events of the Winter Olympics and watch replays, highlights, and must-see moments from every Olympics event. Besides, Peacock offers hundreds of movies and TV shows including Modern Family, The Harry Potter Film Series, and Yellowstone.