Live coverage will appear in primetime, daytime and late night.
On most nights during the 2018 games taking place in PyeongChang, South Korea, NBC’s primetime broadcast will begin at 8 p.m. ET, 7p.m. CT, 6 p.m. MT and 5 p.m. PT. It will be followed in all time zones by local news and then a Primetime Plus program, consisting of live continuing coverage.
A replay of the primetime broadcast will follow Primetime Plus, the network said.
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“Nothing brings America together for two weeks like the Olympics, and that communal experience will now be shared across the country at the same time, both on television and streaming online,” said Jim Bell, president, NBC Olympics Production and Programming. “That means social media won’t be ahead of the action in any time zone, and as a result, none of our viewers will have to wait for anything. This is exciting news for the audience, the advertisers, and our affiliates alike.”
Mike Tirico will host NBC’s primetime program during the Olympics, which begins Feb. 8, 2018. The Opening Ceremony takes place Feb 9.