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From ice skating to speed skating to alpine skiing and all the rest, here's your guide to the 2018 Winter Olympics on TV. (PHOTO: NBC Olympics Facebook)

A guide to watching the PyeongChang Winter Olympics on TV

The football season is well over, pitchers and catchers are just reporting to Spring Training and the NBA is now in its All-Star break. (Plus how many times can you watch Giannis almost-but-not-quite roll his ankles before your heart can't take it anymore?) So yeah, we're in the dry part of the sports calendar.

Thankfully, the sports gods have heard your prayers and delivered several weeks of thrilling and chilling global competition with the 2018 PyeongChang Winter Olympics, starting tonight on NBC and its collection of networks. There's plenty of Olympics action, with 102 events spread across 15 sports categories and 18 days – but when can you catch the figure skating competition? When will curling be on? What is the biathlon again? And, most importantly, when can I watch it?

With the help of streaming on NBC Sports' website, it's never been easier to catch the games anywhere. But for those who still love crashing on the couch in front of the TV, decked out in their patriotic best, here's when and where you can catch everything for the next two weeks of sporting prowess. (Pro-tip: Learn what channel the NBC Sports Network is now).

Friday, Feb. 23

NBC

2 p.m.: MEDAL EVENT: Biathlon and figure skating (ladies competition review)

7 p.m.: MEDAL EVENT: Alpine skiing, speed skating, snowboarding (men's big air) and bobsled (men's four-man)

10:35 p.m.: MEDAL EVENT: Snowboarding (men's and women's parallel giant slalom)

NBC Sports Network

1:15 a.m.: Hockey (men's semifinal)

4 a.m.: MEDAL EVENT: Speed skating

5:45 a.m.: Hockey (men's semifinal)

8:30 a.m.: MEDAL EVENT: Curling (men's bronze medal match)

11:30 a.m.: Curling (women's semifinal)

3 p.m.: Hockey (Game of the Day I)

5 p.m.: Hockey (Game of the Day II)

7 p.m.: MEDAL EVENT: Biathlon

8:30 p.m.: Curling (women's semifinal)

11 p.m.: MEDAL EVENT: Cross-country

CNBC

4 p.m.: Curling (women's semifinal)

Saturday, Feb. 24

NBC

2 p.m.: MEDAL EVENT: Speed skating and cross-country

7 p.m.: MEDAL EVENT: Bobsled (men's four-man) and figure skating (gala)

NBC Sports Network

2 a.m.: MEDAL EVENT: Curling (men's gold medal match)

5:30 a.m.: MEDAL EVENT: Hockey (men's bronze medal game)

8:30 a.m.: MEDAL EVENT: Speed skating

10 a.m.: MEDAL EVENT: Curling (women's bronze medal match)

1 p.m.: MEDAL EVENT: Hockey (Game of the Day: men's bronze medal game)

3 p.m.: MEDAL EVENT: Curling (men's gold medal match)

6 p.m.: MEDAL EVENT: Curling (women's gold medal match)

9:30 p.m.: MEDAL EVENT: Hockey (men's gold medal game)

Sunday, Feb. 25

NBC

2 p.m.: MEDAL EVENT: Cross-country

7 p.m.: Closing ceremony

NBC Sports Network

1 a.m.: MEDAL EVENT: Cross-country

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