How to Watch 2022 Winter Olympics Online Without Cable
Beijing 2022 Olympic Winter Games
February 2nd - 20th, 2022
Watch the Opening Ceremonies, Closing Ceremonies, and Team USA compete in Alpine Skiing, Biathlon, Bobsled, Cross-Country Skiing, Curling, Figure Skating, Freestyle Skiing, Snowboarding, Ice Hockey, Luge, Snowboarding, Speed Skating, and more.
How to Stream Every Sport at 2022 Olympics Games in Beijing
- USA Network, & CNBC
- Olympic Channel
- Access to NBC Sports App
- Live Olympic Events
- On-Demand Events & Highlights
How to Stream the 2022 Winter Olympics
The 2022 Winter Olympics will air on NBC, CNBC, USA Network, Olympic Channel, and Peacock. One of the biggest changes since the 2018 Winter Olympics is that you don’t have to miss a single event if you’re a cord cutter.
There are now five providers DIRECTV STREAM, fuboTV, Hulu Live TV, Sling TV, and YouTube TV that offer live TV online without cable. Using one of these services to watch all Olympic events without cable.
You can stream the 2022 Beijing Olympics on your Computer, iPhone, iPad, Android Phone, Android Tablet, Apple TV, Roku, Fire TV, Android TV, Xbox, PlayStation, and more.
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How to Watch 2022 Olympic Coverage
The NBC broadcast network will televise nearly 200 hours of coverage, including 18 nights in primetime. The primetime presentation will again be televised live across the country, featuring all the Games’ most high-profile sports, including figure skating, alpine skiing, snowboarding, short track, speed skating, and more.
For the second consecutive Winter Games and third overall, NBC will broadcast its primetime Olympic show live across all time zones. Primetime begins each night at 8 p.m. ET, except for Sundays (7 p.m. ET).
Like Sochi 2014 and PyeongChang 2018, primetime coverage on NBC begins the night before the Opening Ceremony, on Thursday, Feb. 3, featuring live figure skating as well as qualifying for men’s and women’s moguls. In figure skating, Team USA begins its pursuit of a third straight medal in the Team Event, which could include the Beijing debut of Nathan Chen.
Primetime Plus, which debuted for PyeongChang and was duplicated for Tokyo, returns for Beijing. The program follows late local news in most time zones and will feature significant live coverage of many of the Games’ most high-profile sports, including figure skating, alpine skiing, snowboarding, short track, and speed skating. Like the primetime show, it will be live across the country in all time zones.
On Sunday, Feb. 13, the Beijing Olympics will both precede and follow NBC Sports’ coverage of Super Bowl LVI on NBC and Peacock. Programming from Beijing will begin at 8 a.m. ET and continue until Super Bowl pre-game coverage begins at Noon ET. Following post-game coverage, the Winter Olympics resume, including live figure skating and bobsled among other sports.
Identical to this past summer’s Tokyo Olympics and in a first for a Winter Games, NBCUniversal will provide unprecedented full-day coverage of the Opening Ceremony on Friday. Feb. 4. Coverage begins at 6:30 a.m. ET on NBC and Peacock with NBCU’s first-ever live morning presentation of a Winter Games Opening Ceremony.
USA Network, the platform that now hosts many of NBC Sports’ most high-profile events, will be the cable home of the Winter Olympics, televising nearly 400 hours across 19 days and nights.
Over the course of the Games, USA Network will feature all 15 sports in the Winter Olympics program and many live medal events. Most days the channel will feature round-the-clock Olympic coverage.
NBCU’s coverage of the Beijing Olympics begins two nights before the Opening Ceremony on Wednesday, Feb. 2, when USA Network televises live curling featuring Team USA; live coverage of women’s ice hockey between Canada and Switzerland; and training for the men’s downhill.
On Sunday, Feb. 13, USA Network will have Olympics coverage throughout the day and night while NBC broadcasts Super Bowl LVI.
CNBC, NBCU’s widely distributed business channel, will present roughly 80 hours of Winter Olympics’ coverage, mostly in the evenings when the network’s traditional business coverage has finished for the day. Programming on CNBC will primarily feature curling and ice hockey.
CNBC will air select events after daily business and financial programming is finished. CNBC will present roughly 80 hours of Winter Olympics’ coverage, mostly in the evenings when the network’s traditional business coverage has finished for the day. On some days during the Games, the network will provide early morning coverage also.
With your subscription, you will also be able to simulcast every event that is airing on cable, including those on NBC, USA Network, and CNBC. Following all live events, you can access full replays of all competitions immediately after their conclusion.
The streamer will also showcase daily live shows, original programming, Olympic channels, full-event replays, and curated highlights of NBC Olympics coverage.
There will be four daily shows including “The Olympics Show” (8-10am ET daily) with exclusive interviews and event previews, “Olympic Ice” (10-11am ET daily) for figure skating fans, “Winter Gold” (11am - 12pm ET daily), which recaps daily events, and “Top Highlights” (8am-8pm ET daily) which runs through the biggest moments of the day.