Tuesday's Olympic Action - What to Watch When

The 2018 Winter Games continue!

South Korea is more than a half day ahead of Eastern Time in the United States - and that means you have to stay up late to catch the action live. But there are some events you can watch and not lose sleep over. Here's a look at what Olympic action you can catch today and tonight - and how to watch:

NBC

3-5pm ET: Men’s Speed Skating – 1,500m Gold Medal Final; Women’s Luge – Singles Gold Medal Final Runs; Cross Country – Men’s and Women’s Individual Sprint Gold Medal Finals

8-11:30pm ET/5-9:05pm PT: Figure Skating – Pairs’ Short Program (LIVE); Women’s Alpine Skiing – Slalom, First Run (LIVE); Men’s Snowboarding – Halfpipe Gold Medal Final (LIVE)

12:05-1:30am ET: Women’s Alpine Skiing – Slalom, Gold Medal Final Run (LIVE); Short Track – Gold Medal Final

11:05 PM-2:35am PT: Primetime Encore

1:30-4:30am ET: Primetime Encore

2:35-4:30am PT: Primetime Encore 2

NBCSN

2:40-5am ET: Women’s Ice Hockey – Canada vs. Finland (LIVE)

5-7:10am ET: Women’s Luge – Singles Gold Medal Final Runs; Cross Country – Men’s and Women’s Individual Sprint Competition

7:10-9:30am: Women’s Ice Hockey – U.S. vs. Olympic Athletes from Russia (LIVE)

9:30am-12:30pm ET: Men’s Speed Skating – 1,500m Gold Medal Final; Women’s Luge – Singles Gold Medal Final Runs; Cross Country – Men’s and Women’s Individual Sprint Gold Medal Finals

12:30-4:30pm ET: Short Track – Gold Medal Final; Mixed Doubles Curling – Bronze Medal Match (replay)

4:30-7pm ET: Medal Ceremonies; Ice Hockey – Game of the Day (replay)

7-10:10pm ET: Olympic Ice; Figure Skating – Pairs’ Short Program (LIVE)

10:10pm-12:30am ET: Women’s Ice Hockey – Sweden vs. Switzerland (LIVE)

12:30-2:30pm ET: Men’s Curling – U.S. vs. South Korea

CNBC

5-8pm ET: Mixed Doubles Curling – Gold Medal Match

 

Source: NBC

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