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2018 Winter Olympics TV schedule and highlights

Freestyle skiing during the Sochi 2014 Olympic Winter Games in Sochi, Russia. IOC / Jason Evans

More than 90 countries will send roughly 2,900 athletes to compete in the PyeongChang Olympics. There are 102 events - most in Olympic history - including four making their debuts: big air snowboarding, mass start speedskating, mixed doubles curling and a mixed team event in Alpine skiing.

Two-hundred forty-three athletes will represent the United States. There are 135 men and 108 women, the closest the team has come to parity at the Winter Games.

Events will be shown on NBC, along with NBC Sports Network, CNBC, USA and the Olympic Channel. Live-streaming of all events is available at NBCOlympics.com or via the NBC app.

Events listed here are those shown on that particular day in Central Standard Time. Unless indicated as LIVE, events are tape-delayed.

Thursday, Feb. 8

What to watch: Figure skating gets underway with the team competition, which provides an early look at the performers and routines that will be on display in the individual competitions. First up are men's and pairs short programs. Japan's Yuzuru Hanyu dethroned Evgeni Plushenko of Russia four years ago and is back to defend his gold medal against challengers such as his good friend Javier Fernandez of Spain. Three Olympic rookies - Nathan Chen (18), Vincent Zhou (17) and Adam Rippon (28) - represent the United States.

TV schedule:

NBC

7-10:30 p.m. Team figure skating, men's and pairs short programs (LIVE); men's and women's freestyle skiing moguls, qualifying

NBCSN

1-5 a.m. Mixed doubles curling, Canada-Norway, China-Switzerland

5-9 a.m. Mixed doubles curling, U.S.- Canada (LIVE), China-South Korea; men's ski jumping

7-10:35 p.m. Mixed doubles curling, U.S.-Switzerland; men's downhill training (LIVE), men's luge training

10:35 p.m.-12:30 a.m. Mixed doubles curling, U.S.-South Korea (LIVE)

Friday, Feb. 9

What to watch: Easy choice. The quandary comes in choosing how to watch the Opening Ceremonies: via live streaming at 5 a.m. or as a prepackaged, prime-time event. Either way, expect cold performers, cold athletes and cold spectators; North and South Korea marching in together under the Unification Flag; and the U.S. team sporting some eye-catching gloves.

TV schedule: NBC

7-10 p.m. Opening ceremony

Saturday, Feb. 10

What to watch: American Red Gerard was atop the snowboard slopestyle World Cup rankings in 2017, and he's there again going into PyeongChang: The 17-year-old holds a 450-point lead over Marcus Kleveland of Norway. Short-track speedskating begins, and the South Koreans are sure to go bonkers for their favorite sport, especially if the home team wins a medal.

TV schedule:

NBC

2-5 p.m. Men's snowboarding, slopestyle; short-track speedskating, men's 1,500-meter gold; men's ski jumping normal hill gold; men's luge, singles

7-10 p.m. Figure skating, team event, ice dancing and women's short programs (LIVE); men's downhill gold

10:30 p.m.-11:30 p.m. Figure skating, team event, pairs free skate (LIVE)

NBCSN

1-4 a.m. Women's cross-country, skiathlon gold (LIVE); mixed doubles curling, U.S.-China

4-6:35 a.m. Men's short-track speedskating, 1,500 gold (LIVE)

6:35-10:30 a.m. Men's ski jumping, normal hill gold (LIVE); men's snowboarding, slopestyle

10:30 a.m.-12 p.m. Men's luge, singles

12-4 p.m. Women's speedskating, 3,000 gold; women's biathlon, 7.5km sprint gold; mixed doubles curling, U.S.-Norway

6-8:45 p.m. Men's snowboarding, slopestyle gold (LIVE)

8:45 p.m.-12:30 a.m. Mixed doubles curling, U.S.-Finland; women's snowboarding, slopestyle (LIVE)

12:30-1:40 a.m. Mixed doubles curling, Canada-South Korea

USA

6-8:30 a.m. Women's hockey, Switzerland-Koreas (LIVE)

Sunday, Feb. 11

What to watch: American Mikaela Shiffrin is the best slalom skier in the world - in fact, the best skier in the world period. Defending champion Jamie Anderson and Olympic rookies Julia Marino and Hailey Langland are capable of a U.S. sweep in slopestyle snowboarding.

TV schedule:

NBC

2-5 p.m. Men's speedskating, 5,000-meter gold; men's biathlon, 10km sprint gold; men's cross-country, skiathlon gold

6-10 p.m. Figure skating, team event, men's, women's, dance free skates, gold (LIVE); women's skiing, giant slalom (LIVE); women's freestyle skiing, moguls gold; women's snowboarding, slopestyle gold; men's luge, singles gold

10:35 p.m.-12 a.m. Women's skiing, giant slalom gold (LIVE); women's snowboarding, halfpipe (LIVE)

NBCSN

1:40-4 a.m. Women's hockey, U.S.-Finland (LIVE)

4-8 a.m. Men's biathlon, 10km sprint gold (LIVE); men's speedskating, 5,000 gold; men's cross-country, skiathlon gold

12:30-4:30 p.m. Mixed doubles curling, tiebreaker; men's luge, singles gold

4:30-7 p.m. Men's biathlon, 10km sprint gold

7-10:30 p.m. Women's snowboarding, slopestyle gold (LIVE); mixed doubles curling, semifinal

10:30 p.m.-1:40 a.m. Men's speedskating, 5,000 gold

USA

6-8:30 a.m. Women's hockey, Canada-OAR (LIVE)

Monday, Feb. 12

What to watch: Snowboarder Chloe Kim makes her Olympic debut at age 17. Four years ago, she qualified for the Sochi Games but was under the age requirement. She has some talented teammates in Maddie Mastro and three-time Olympic medalist Kelly Clark. At the speedskating oval, expect a friendly duel in the women's 1,500 between Heather Bergsma - the world champion and world record-holder - and teammate Brittany Bowe, who won at the Olympic trials.

TV schedule:

NBC

2-4 p.m. Men's freestyle skiing, moguls gold; women's ski jumping, normal hill gold; women's luge, singles

7-10:30 p.m. Men's skiing, combined downhill (LIVE); women's snowboarding, halfpipe gold (LIVE); men's snowboarding, halfpipe (LIVE); women's speedskating, 1,500 gold

11:05 p.m.-1 a.m. Men's skiing, combined slalom gold (LIVE); men's snowboarding, halfpipe (LIVE)

NBCSN

1:40-4:10 a.m. Women's hockey, Switzerland-Japan (LIVE)

4:10-6 a.m. Women's luge, singles (LIVE); women's biathlon, pursuit gold (LIVE)

6-10 a.m. Men's freestyle skiing, moguls gold; women's hockey, Sweden-Koreas (LIVE); women's luge, singles

10 a.m.-2 p.m. Women's ski jumping, normal hill gold; men's biathlon, pursuit gold; women's speedskating, 1,500 gold

10:30 p.m.-1:40 a.m. Men's snowboarding, halfpipe (LIVE); mixed doubles curling, bronze

CNBC

4-7 p.m. Mixed doubles curling, semifinal

Tuesday, Feb. 13

What to watch: The U.S. women's hockey team compete for an elusive gold medal with a match against Olympic Athletes from Russia. Mikaela Shiffrin takes on the slalom course again, and Reston's Maame Biney makes her Olympic debut in short-track speedskating.

TV schedule:

NBC

2-4 p.m. Men's speedskating, 1,500-meter gold; women's luge, singles gold; cross-country, men's and women's sprint gold

7-10:30 p.m. Figure skating, pairs short program (LIVE); women's skiing, slalom first run (LIVE); men's snowboarding, halfpipe gold (LIVE)

11:05 p.m.-12:30 a.m.Women's skiing, slalom gold (LIVE); short-track speedskating, women's 500 gold

NBCSN

1:40-4 a.m.Women's hockey, Canada-Finland (LIVE)

4-6:10 a.m. Women's luge, singles gold; cross-country, men's and women's sprints7:10-9:30 a.m.Women's hockey, U.S.-OAR (LIVE)

8:30 a.m.-12:30 s.m. Men's speedskating, 1,500 gold; women's luge, singles gold; cross-country, men's and women's sprint gold

11:30 p.m.-3:30 p.m. Short-track speedskating, women's 500 gold

9-9:10 p.m. Figure skating, pairs short program (LIVE)

9:10-11:30 p.m. Women's hockey, Sweden-Switzerland (LIVE)

11:30 p.m.-1:30 a.m. Men's curling, U.S.-South Korea

CNBC

4-7 p.m. Mixed doubles curling, gold

Wednesday, Feb. 14

What to watch: World champion Heather Bergsma goes for gold in speedskating. The U.S. women's hockey team takes on archrival Canada. The U.S. men's hockey team, largely unknown players, plays its first game, against Slovenia. The free skate in figure skating pairs will determine the medalists. Three of the top pairs are from Russia.

TV schedule:

NBC

2-4 p.m. Luge, doubles gold; men's Nordic combined, normal hill/10km gold

7-10:30 p.m. Figure skating, pairs gold (LIVE); men's skiing, super-G gold (LIVE); men's skeleton (LIVE); women's speedskating, 1,000-meter gold

11:05 p.m.-12:30 p.m. Men's snowboard cross gold (LIVE); men's skeleton

NBCSN

1:30-5:30 a.m.Women's speedskating, 1,000 gold (LIVE); men's Nordic combined, normal hill/10km gold (LIVE); women's skeleton training

5:30-8:30 a.m. Men's hockey, U.S.-Slovenia (LIVE)

8:30-10:30 a.m. Luge, doubles gold; women's skeleton training

10:30 a.m.-12:15 p.m. Women's biathlon, 15km gold

12:15-4 p.m. Women's curling, Denmark-Sweden

6-9:10 p.m. Figure skating, pairs gold (LIVE)

9:10 p.m.-11:30 p.m. Women's hockey, U.S.-Canada (LIVE)

11:30 p.m.-1:40 a.m. Women's curling, U.S.-Britain

USA

1:30-4 a.m. Women's hockey, Korea-Japan (LIVE)

4-6:10 a.m. Women's curling, Britain-OAR

6:10-8:30 a.m. Men's hockey, OAR-Slovakia (LIVE)

CNBC

4-7 p.m. Women's curling, U.S.-Japan

9 p.m.-11:30 p.m. Men's hockey, Finland-Germany (LIVE)

Thursday, Feb. 15

What to watch: The men take the ice for the short program in figure skating. Speedskating features the men's 10,000, an endurance race that always provides a wild finish. Top contender Sven Kramer of the Netherlands could become the most decorated Olympic speedskater of all time.

TV schedule:

NBC

2-4 p.m.Women's cross-country, 10km gold; men's speedskating, 10,000-meter gold

7 p.m.-11:30 p.m. Figure skating, men's short program (LIVE); women's snowboard cross gold (LIVE); men's skeleton gold (LIVE); women's freestyle skiing, aerials; women's cross-country, 10km gold

12:05-1 a.m. Luge, relay gold; men's biathlon, 20km gold

NBCSN

1:40-4 a.m. Men's hockey, Norway-Sweden (LIVE)

4-6:10 a.m. Women's cross-country, 10km gold

6:10-8:30 a.m. Men's hockey, Switzerland-Canada (LIVE)

8:30-11 a.m. Luge, relay gold; men's speedskating, 10,000 gold

11 a.m.-1 p.m. Men's biathlon, 20km gold

1-4 p.m. Men's curling, U.S.-Italy7-11 p.m. Figure skating, men's short program (LIVE)

10 p.m.-1:40 a.m. Men's curling, U.S.-Sweden; men's cross-country, 15km gold (LIVE)

USA

1:30-4 a.m. Women's hockey, OAR-Finland (LIVE)

4-6:10 a.m. Men's curling, Canada-Norway

6:10-8:30 a.m. Men's hockey, Czech Republic vs. South Korea (LIVE)

CNBC

4-7 p.m. Women's curling, U.S.-Switzerland

9-11:30 p.m. Men's hockey, U.S.-Slovakia (LIVE)

Friday, Feb. 16

What to watch: Yuzuru Hanyu of Japan defends his men's figure skating title. American Nathan Chen hopes to be in the medal mix; although he's just 18, Chen can land multiple quadruple jumps. Freestyle aerialist Ashley Caldwell, who fell during the finals four years ago, gets another chance. Germany's Claudia Pechstein, 45, could become the oldest Olympic speedskating medalist. American Lindsey Vonn, 33, tries to become the oldest Olympic Alpine medalist.

TV schedule:

NBC

2-4 p.m. Women's speedskating, 5,000-meter gold; men's cross-country, 15km gold; men's ski jumping, large hill8 p.m.-midnight Figure skating, men's gold (LIVE); women's skiing, super-G gold (LIVE); women's freestyle, aerials gold; women's skeleton

11:35 p.m.-1 a.m.Women's freestyle, slopestyle gold

NBCSN

1:40-4 a.m. Men's hockey, OAR-Slovenia (LIVE)

4-6:10 a.m. Women's curling, Sweden-OAR

6:10-9:45 a.m. Men's hockey, Sweden-Germany (LIVE); women's skeleton

9:45 a.m.-1 p.m. Women's speedskating, 5,000 gold; men's ski jumping, large hill

1-4 p.m. Women's curling, South Korea-Switzerland

6-9:10 p.m. Figure skating, men's gold (LIVE)

9:10-11:30 p.m. Men's hockey, Canada-Czech Republic (LIVE)

11:30 p.m.-1:40 a.m. Women's curling, U.S.-OAR

USA

6-8:30 a.m. Men's hockey, Finland-Norway (LIVE)

CNBC

4-7 p.m.Men's curling, U.S.-Denmark

9-11:30 p.m. Women's hockey, quarterfinal (LIVE)

Saturday, Feb. 17

What to watch: Susan Dunklee, who won silver in the 12.5km mass start at the world championships, has a chance to end the United States' Olympic drought in biathlon. Jacqueline Loelling of Germany, 22, will try to add Olympic gold to the skeleton world championship she won last year. The United States swept men's slopestyle in Sochi; two of those medalists, Gus Kenworthy and Nick Goepper, return.

TV schedule:

NBC

2-5 p.m. Men's freestyle skiing, aerials; women's biathlon, 12.5km mass start gold; women's cross-country, 4x5km relay gold

7-10 p.m. Men's skiing, giant slalom first run (LIVE); short-track speedskating, men's 1,000-meter gold and women's 1,500-meter gold; women's skeleton gold; men's ski jumping, large hill gold

10:30 p.m.-12:30 a.m. Men's skiing, giant slalom gold (LIVE); men's freestyle skiing, slopestyle gold

NBCSN

1:40-4 a.m. Men's hockey, Switzerland-South Korea (LIVE)

4-6:10 a.m. Men's curling, Canada-Sweden

6:10-9:30 a.m. Men's hockey, U.S.-OAR (LIVE); men's freestyle skiing, aerials

9:30 a.m.-12:30 p.m. Women's cross-country, 4x5km relay gold; women's biathlon, 12.5km mass start gold; women's short-track speedskating, 1,500-meter gold

12:30-4:30 p.m. Women's skeleton gold; men's ski jumping, large hill gold

6-9:10 p.m. Men's freestyle skiing, slopestyle (LIVE)

9:10-11:30 p.m. Men's hockey, Germany-Norway (LIVE)

11:30 p.m.-1:40 a.m. Men's curling, U.S.-Japan

USA

1:30-4 a.m. Women's hockey, quarterfinal (LIVE)

4-6:10 a.m. Men's curling, Switzerland-Norway

6:10-8:30 a.m. Men's hockey, Slovakia vs. Slovenia (LIVE)

CNBC

4-7 p.m.Women's curling, U.S.-Canada

Sunday, Feb. 18

What to watch: American Maddie Bowman defends her gold medal in freestyle halfpipe. South Korea's Lee Sang-hwa goes for her third consecutive gold in the women's 500-meter speedskating. In biathlon, France's Martin Fourcade, after back-to-back Olympic silver medals in the men's 15km mass start, seeks a golden upgrade. Canada and France are favored in ice dancing, but any of the three U.S. couples could contend.

TV schedule:

NBC

2-5 p.m. Men's freestyle skiing, aerials gold; men's speedskating, team pursuit; men's biathlon, 15km mass start gold

6-11 p.m. Figure skating, ice dancing short program (LIVE); women's freestyle skiing, halfpipe (LIVE); women's speedskating, 500-meter gold; men's bobsled, two-man; men's cross-country, 4x10km relay gold

11:35 p.m.-1 a.m. Women's snowboarding, big air

NBCSN

1:40-4 a.m. Men's hockey, Czech Republic-Switzerland (LIVE)

4-6:10 a.m. Women's curling, Canada-Switzerland

6:10-9:15 a.m. Men's hockey, Sweden-Finland (LIVE); men's bobsled, two-man

9:15 a.m.-12 p.m. Men's freestyle skiing, aerials gold; women's speedskating, 500 gold; men's speedskating, team pursuit; men's biathlon, 15km mass start gold

12-4 p.m. Men's cross-country, 4x10km relay gold

6-9:15 p.m. Figure skating, ice dance short program (LIVE)

9:15 p.m.-12:30 a.m. Men's freestyle skiing, aerials gold; women's hockey, semifinal (LIVE)

USA

7-9:30 a.m. Men's hockey, Canada-South Korea (LIVE)

CNBC

3-6 p.m. Men's curling, U.S.-Norway

Monday, Feb. 19

What to watch: Tessa Virtue and Scott Moir of Canada, and Gabriella Papadakis and Guillaume Cizeron of France are favorites in ice dancing. The U.S. men's freestyle halfpipe team is interesting: David Wise is the defending champion; Aaron Blunck won the world championship a year ago; and Torin Yater-Wallace will compete after nearly dying of a severe infection.

TV schedule:

NBC

2-4 p.m. Men's ski jumping, team large hill gold; men's speedskating, 500-meter gold; women's speedskating, team pursuit

7-10:30 p.m. Figure skating, ice dance gold (LIVE); women's freestyle skiing, halfpipe gold (LIVE); men's bobsled, two-man gold

11:05 p.m.-12 a.m. Men's freestyle skiing, halfpipe (LIVE)

NBCSN

12:30-3:30 a.m. Women's curling, U.S.-Denmark

3:30-6:10 a.m. Men's curling, U.S.-Canada

6:10-10 a.m. Women's hockey, semifinal (LIVE); men's ski jumping, team large hill gold

10-11:30 a.m. Men's bobsled, two-man gold; men's speedskating, 500 gold; women's speedskating, team pursuit

11:30 a.m.-2:30 p.m. Men's curling, U.S.-Canada

6-9:10 p.m. Figure skating, ice dancing gold (LIVE); women's skiing, downhill training

9:10-11:30 p.m. Men's hockey, elimination round (LIVE)

11:30 p.m.-1:40 a.m. Men's curling, Canada-Japan

CNBC

4-7 p.m. Women's curling, U.S. vs. China

Tuesday, Feb. 20

What to watch: An injury sidelined Lindsey Vonn before the Sochi Olympics. Now, the 33-year-old will try to become the oldest woman in Alpine skiing history to climb an Olympic podium. Yevgenia Medvedeva, an Olympic Athlete from Russia, is favored to win women's figure skating gold. The United States team is a mix of veterans and newcomers. Mirai Nagasu, 24, competed in Vancouver eight years ago. Bradie Tennell, 20, and Karen Chen, 18, make their Olympic debuts. France swept the podium four years ago in men's freestyle ski cross, and Jean-Frederic Chapuis hopes to repeat his golden feat.

TV schedule:

NBC

2-4 p.m. Biathlon, mixed relay gold; Nordic combined, large hill gold

7-11:30 p.m. Women's skiing, downhill gold (LIVE); figure skating, ladies short program (LIVE); women's bobsled, two-man; men's snowboarding, big air (LIVE)

12:05-1 a.m. Men's freestyle skiing, ski cross gold; women's short-track speedskating, 3,000-meter gold

NBCSN

1:40-4 a.m. Men's hockey, elimination round (LIVE)

4-6:10 a.m. Women's curling, U.S.-South Korea

6:10-8:30 a.m. Men's hockey, elimination round (LIVE)

8:30 a.m.-noonMen's Nordic combined, large hill gold; biathlon, mixed relay gold

11 a.m.-4 p.m. Men's Nordic combined, large hill gold; short-track speedskating, 3,000 gold; women's curling, U.S.-South Korea

6-9:45 p.m. Figure skating, women's short program (LIVE)

9:45 p.m.-1:40 a.m.Women's curling, Canada-Britain, South Korea-OAR

USA

6-8:30 a.m. Men's hockey, elimination round (LIVE)

CNBC

4-7 p.m. Men's curling, U.S.-Switzerland

9-11:30 p.m. Men's hockey, quarterfinal (LIVE)

Wednesday, Feb. 21

What to watch: Can a skier be considered an all-time great without an Olympic gold medal? Marcel Hirscher of Austria thinks so, but he'll try to add one to his résumé in the slalom. American David Wise defends his freestyle halfpipe gold medal. The U.S. women, led by Jessie Diggins, have a chance to break a medal drought in cross-country skiing in the team sprint event. Elana Meyers Taylor and Jamie Greubel Poser, medalists in Sochi four years ago, are back to lead their teams in the two-man bobsled. The Dutch could add to their speedskating medal haul with golds in the men's and women's team pursuit, but Japan is a favorite in the women's event, and New Zealand - with just one Winter Olympics medal ever - could find the podium in the men's.

TV schedule:

NBC

2-4 p.m.Speedskating, team pursuit gold; men's cross-country, team sprint gold

7-10 p.m.Men's skiing, slalom first run (LIVE); men's freestyle skiing, halfpipe gold (LIVE); women's bobsled, two-man gold; women's cross-country, team sprint gold

10:35-11:30 p.m. Men's skiing, slalom gold (LIVE)

NBCSN

1:40-4 a.m. Men's hockey, quarterfinal (LIVE)

4-6:10 a.m. Men's curling, U.S.-Britain

6:10-9:45 a.m. Men's hockey, quarterfinal (LIVE); women's bobsled, two-man gold

9:45 a.m.-12:30 p.m. Speedskating, men's and women's team pursuit gold; cross-country, men's and women's sprint gold

1-4 p.m. Men's curling, U.S.-Britain

7-9:45 p.m. Women's curling, Canada-OAR

9:45 p.m.-1 a.m.Women's hockey, gold (LIVE)

USA

1:30-4 a.m. Women's hockey, bronze (LIVE)

4-6:10 a.m. Men's curling, Sweden-Norway

6:10-8:30 a.m. Men's hockey, quarterfinal (LIVE)

CNBC

4-7 p.m. Women's curling, U.S.-Sweden

Thursday, Feb. 22

What to watch: Evgenia Medvedeva and Alina Zagitova, competing as Olympic Athletes from Russia, are favored to win women's figure skating gold. The Americans counter with Bradie Tennell, Mirai Nagasu and Karen Chen. Julia Marino and Hailey Langland are contenders in the big air competition.

TV schedule:

NBC

1-3 p.m.

Women's biathlon, 4x6km relay gold; men's Nordic combined, team large hill gold

6-10 p.m. Figure skating, women's free skate gold (LIVE); women's skiing, combined, downhill run (LIVE); women's snowboarding, big air gold (LIVE); short-track speedskating, men's 500 and women's 1,000

10:35 p.m.-12 a.m. Women's skiing, combined, slalom run, gold (LIVE); women's freestyle skiing, ski cross gold

NBCSN

12-3:20 a.m. Snowboard, men's and women's parallel giant slalom; men's Nordic combined, team large hill gold; curling, men's and women's tiebreaker

3:20-5:45 a.m.Women's biathlon, 4x6km relay gold (LIVE); men's Nordic combined, team large hill/4x5km gold (LIVE)

5:45-8:45 a.m.Short-track speedskating, men's 500 and women's 1,000 gold

8:45-11:45 a.m. Curling, men's and women's tiebreaker

11:45 a.m.-2:45 p.m. Men's curling, semifinal

5-8 p.m. Figure skating, women's free skate (LIVE)

8 p.m.-12 a.m. Men's curling; short-track speedskating

CNBC

3-6 p.m. Men's curling, semifinal

Friday, Feb. 23

What to watch: American speedskater Shani Davis, 35, competes in what may be his final Olympics. Bulgaria could get its first medal in snowboarding from Radoslav Yankov in men's parallel giant slalom. Ester Ledecka of the Czech Republic could make history in the parallel giant slalom if she is able to medal in both Alpine skiing and snowboarding. Also, there are the men's hockey semifinals and the men's 50km cross-country race.

TV schedule:

NBC

2-4 p.m. Men's biathlon, 4×7.5km relay gold

7-10 p.m. Skiing, team event gold (LIVE); men's snowboarding, big air (LIVE); men's bobsled, four-man; men's speedskating, 1,000-meter gold

10:35 p.m.-12 a.m. Men's and women's snowboarding gold, parallel giant slalom gold

NBCSN

1-4 a.m. Men's hockey, semifinal (LIVE)

4-5:30 a.m. Men's speedskating, 1,000 gold (LIVE)

5:30-8:30 a.m. Men's hockey, semifinal (LIVE)

8:30-11:30 a.m. Men's curling, bronze

11:30 a.m.-3 p.m. Women's curling, semifinal

7-11 p.m. Men's biathlon, 4×7.5km relay gold; women's curling, semifinal

11 p.m.-2 a.m. Men's cross-country, 50km gold (LIVE)

CNBC

4-7 p.m. Women's curling, semifinal

Saturday, Feb. 24

What to watch: The U.S. bobsled program was reeling after the unexpected death of Steven Holcomb last year. Codie Bascue, just 23, has become the Americans' best driver, but as usual, Germany is the team to beat. The men's medal matches in hockey will be intriguing despite - or maybe because of - the absence of most of the world's best players. Mass start speedskating makes its Olympic debut.

TV schedule:

NBC

2-5 p.m. Men's and women's speedskating, mass start golds; men's cross-country, 50km gold

7-10 p.m.Figure skating gala (LIVE); men's bobsled, four-man gold (LIVE)

NBCSN

2-5:30 a.m. Men's curling, gold

5:30-8:30 a.m. Men's hockey, bronze (LIVE)

8:30-10 a.m. Men's and women's speedskating, mass start golds

10 a.m.-12 p.m. Women's curling, bronze

6-9:30 p.m. Women's curling, gold (LIVE)

9:30 p.m.-1 a.m. Men's hockey, gold (LIVE)

Sunday, Feb. 25

What to watch: Given the time difference, the final day offers few choices, none of them live. The women's cross-country gold and a replay of the men's gold medal hockey game will have to tide you over until the Closing Ceremonies.

TV schedule:

NBC

2-5 p.m. Women's cross-country, 30km gold

7-9:30 p.m. Closing ceremony

NBCSN

1-3 a.m. Women's cross-country, 30km gold

5-9 a.m. Men's hockey, gold

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