If you had any expectations for this year’s Winter Olympics, they were surely exceeded. Shaun White‘s gold medal proved he’s still got it, two 17-year-old snowboarders won gold for the U.S. showing that talent has no definitive age, and countless records were made as athletes earned their place in history.
While the opening ceremony was all about introducing the winter athletes before cutthroat competition, the closing ceremony will be about honoring the journeys and successes of athletes before they file out of the stadium. The flag will be passed from the mayor of Pyeongchang to the IOC president while the torch will be passed to Tokyo, who will be hosting the Summer Olympics 2020.
Tune in to see how you can watch the end of the Winter Olympics 2018.
Winter Olympics 2018 Opening Ceremony: Date and Viewing Details
Date: Sunday, February 25th, 2018
Time: 6 A.M. EST (live) or 8 P.M. EST (primetime coverage)
Location: Pyeongchang Olympic Stadium, South Korea
Performers: MILCK, Ailee, CL, EXO, and more
How To Watch Winter Olympics 2018 Opening Ceremony Online
If you’re located in the U.S., you can stream the ceremony on NBC. No matter your time zone, you’ll be able to watch it live this year. You can watch it live at 6 A.M. ET but if you don’t want to wake up that early, you can catch primetime coverage at 8 P.M. ET. Just make sure to sign in using your TV provider. NBC announced that this year, the events will be streamed in virtual reality, according to Variety. However, it’s only available for U.S. viewers as long as you log in with your pay-TV subscriber information.
How To Watch Winter Olympics 2018 Opening Ceremony On Mobile
If you prefer to watch the ceremony on mobile, simply download the NBC Sports app on iTunes or Google Play and sign in using your TV provider. Like online, if you log in, you’ll be able to see the ceremony and events in virtual reality.
How To Watch Winter Olympics 2018 Opening Ceremony Without Cable
If you don’t have cable, no worries! You can go to SlingTV and join for only $25 a month. You can click here for a full list of devices compatible with Sling TV. If you’re shy with cash, we recommend subscribing to the 7-day free trial that SlingTV offers on their website. Another option is joining YouTubeTV. While membership is $35 a month, you can try a 30-day trial.