Here's How to Watch and Stream the Entire 2018 Winter Olympic Schedule

You won't want to miss any figure skating!

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Start repping your red, white, and blue. The 2018 Winter Olympic Games in PyeongChang, South Korea, officially kicked off last week, with airing more than 2,400 hours of coverage across its channels, website, and app.

While South Korea is 14 hours ahead of New York, NBC will air competition live across all time zones during primetime, a change from the . Primetime coverage begins at 8 p.m. ET (and 7 p.m. ET on Sundays) each night, including a mix of figure skating, alpine skiing, snowboarding, freestyle skiing, and short track speed skating.

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The new " slot will largely recap the action following local news. Daytime coverage will also air from 3 to 5 p.m. ET on weekdays, and 3 to 6 p.m. ET on weekends across all time zones.

How to Stream It

Team USA fans can catch other sports on NBCSN, CNBC, and USA Network, but if your favorite event didn't make the cut (or you're trying to watch on your phone,) all of the action will air live on . You can also download the free for , , , , , , and .

Get more details on the for each sport below:

The Opening Ceremony will air on NBC on Friday, February 9 at 8 p.m.

figure skating
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Figure skating will air on NBC primetime for 12 of the 18 nights, including live coverage. You can also watch the competition and catch practice sessions on NBCOlympics.com and the NBC Sports app.

  • Friday, February 9
  • Sunday, February 11
  • Monday, February 12
  • Wednesday, February 14
  • Thursday, February 15
  • Friday, February 16
  • Saturday, February 17
  • Monday, February 19
  • Tuesday, February 20
  • Wednesday, February 21
  • Friday, February 23
  • Sunday, February 25

For more details on start times, check here.

ice hockey

Men's and women's ice hockey finals will air on NBCSN, with more preliminary coverage on USA usually between 7 and 9:30 a.m. ET.

  • Saturday, February 10
  • Sunday, February 11
  • Monday, February 12
  • Tuesday, February 13
  • Wednesday, February 14
  • Thursday, February 15
  • Friday, February 16
  • Saturday, February 17
  • Sunday, February 18
  • Monday, February 19
  • Tuesday, February 20
  • Wednesday, February 21
  • Thursday, February 22
  • Friday, February 23
  • Saturday, February 24
  • Sunday, February 25

For more details on start times, check here.

alpine skiing
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Alpine skiing events will air in prime-time or late-night primetime plus on NBC for 11 of 18 nights.

  • Sunday, February 11
  • Monday, February 12
  • Tuesday, February 13
  • Wednesday, February 14
  • Thursday, February 15
  • Saturday, February 17
  • Sunday, February 18
  • Wednesday, February 21
  • Thursday, February 22
  • Friday, February 23
  • Saturday, February 24

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biathlon

Daytime coverage of the biathlon will air on NBC, with medal events appearing on NBCSN.

  • Saturday, February 10
  • Sunday, February 11
  • Monday, February 12
  • Wednesday, February 14
  • Thursday, February 15
  • Saturday, February 17
  • Sunday, February 18
  • Tuesday, February 20
  • Thursday, February 22
  • Friday, February 23

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bobsleigh

The bobsleigh medal events will air on NBCSN.

  • Sunday, February 18
  • Monday, February 19
  • Tuesday, February 20
  • Wednesday, February 21
  • Saturday, February 24
  • Sunday, February 25

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Daytime coverage of cross-country skiing will air on NBC, with medal events appearing on NBCSN.

  • Saturday, February 10
  • Sunday, February 11
  • Tuesday, February 13
  • Thursday, February 15
  • Friday, February 16
  • Saturday, February 17
  • Sunday, February 18
  • Wednesday, February 21
  • Saturday, February 24
  • Sunday, February 25

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curling

Curling will air on CNBC usually between 5 and 8 p.m. ET, with more coverage on USA between 7 and 9:30 p.m. ET.

  • Thursday, February 8
  • Friday, February 9
  • Saturday, February 10
  • Sunday, February 11
  • Monday, February 12
  • Tuesday, February 13
  • Wednesday, February 14
  • Thursday, February 15
  • Friday, February 16
  • Saturday, February 17
  • Sunday, February 18
  • Monday, February 19
  • Tuesday, February 20
  • Wednesday, February 21
  • Thursday, February 22
  • Friday, February 23
  • Saturday, February 24
  • Sunday, February 25

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freestyle skiing

NBC primetime coverage will include live freestyle skiing events.

  • Friday, February 9
  • Sunday, February 11
  • Monday, February 12
  • Thursday, February 15
  • Friday, February 16
  • Saturday, February 17
  • Sunday, February 18
  • Monday, February 19
  • Tuesday, February 20
  • Wednesday, February 21
  • Thursday, February 22
  • Friday, February 23

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luge
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Daytime coverage of luge will air on NBC, with medal events appearing on NBCSN.

  • Saturday, February 10
  • Sunday, February 11
  • Monday, February 12
  • Tuesday, February 13
  • Wednesday, February 14
  • Thursday, February 15

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nordic combined

Medal events for Nordic combined will air on NBCSN.

  • Wednesday, February 14
  • Tuesday, February 20
  • Thursday, February 22

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short track speed skating

Daytime coverage of short track speed skating will air on NBC, with medal events appearing on NBCSN.

  • Saturday, February 10
  • Tuesday, February 13
  • Saturday, February 17
  • Tuesday, February 20
  • Thursday, February 22

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skeleton
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Skeleton coverage will be available on and the .

  • Thursday, February 15
  • Friday, February 16
  • Saturday, February 17

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ski jumping

Daytime coverage of ski jumping will air on NBC, with medal events appearing on NBCSN.

  • Thursday, February 8
  • Saturday, February 10
  • Monday, February 12
  • Friday, February 16
  • Saturday, February 17
  • Monday, February 19

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snowboard

Daytime coverage of snowboarding will air on NBC, with medal events appearing on NBCSN.

  • Saturday, February 10
  • Sunday, February 11
  • Monday, February 12
  • Tuesday, February 13
  • Wednesday, February 14
  • Thursday, February 15
  • Friday, February 16
  • Monday, February 19
  • Wednesday, February 21
  • Thursday, February 22
  • Friday, February 23
  • Saturday, February 24

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speed skating

Daytime coverage of speed skating will air on NBC, with medal events appearing on NBCSN.

  • Saturday, February 10
  • Sunday, February 11
  • Monday, February 12
  • Tuesday, February 13
  • Wednesday, February 14
  • Thursday, February 15
  • Friday, February 16
  • Sunday, February 18
  • Monday, February 19
  • Wednesday, February 21
  • Friday, February 23
  • Saturday, February 24

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The Closing Ceremony will take place on Sunday, February 25, at 6 a.m. ET, with primetime coverage on NBC starting at 8 p.m. ET.

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