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Where to Stream the Winter Olympics 2018

Where to Watch the 2018 Winter Olympics If You Don't Have Cable

The 2018 Winter Olympics is in full swing, and you don't want to miss a second. While NBC's TV schedule is loaded with everything from figure skating to ice hockey, there are a few other ways you can keep up with the action if you don't have cable. Not only is the network streaming all of the events live online and on demand at NBCOlympics.com, but you can also stream the Olympics through the NBC Sports app on your phone, tablet, or TV.

That's right! You can watch the events on your big screen, too. While the NBC Sports app does require a paid cable, satellite, or telco subscription that includes NBCSN in order to live-stream the events, Roku users can catch recent clips, commentary, and highlights for free through the app. NBCSN subscribers via YouTube TV, DirecTV Now, Hulu with Live TV, Sling TV, PlayStation Vue, and CenturyLink Stream can also use their login IDs to live-stream on the NBC Sports channel. So grab some popcorn and start streaming now!

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