Are you ready to check out an Olympics 2018 live stream? Even though the Opening Ceremony takes place tomorrow, there is still an opportunity to check out some coverage in advance.
If you head over to the link here, you can see exactly how to watch some of the coverage — at least provided that you are located in the United States. There is about half an hour’s worth of free streaming time that you get without validating a cable subscription. If you don’t have cable or some sort of over-the-top service, our suggestion is that you save your streaming time for when there is an event that you REALLY want to see. After all, you don’t want to miss any of the coverage that you’re really looking forward to, right?
One of the things that you do need to remember in general about the Olympics this year, much like many others, is that it’s not being planned out in order to cater to your schedule. It is planned accordingly to what some of the real-life conditions are over in South Korea — it’s all about the safety of the athletes first and, of course, there’s a zero percent chance that the Olympics are going to cater their entire event just for the sake of making American viewers happy. Be sure to set your DVRs for various networks (check your local listings) throughout the day or watch highlights on NBC at night. The Olympics are a fun time — they’re fast-paced, exciting, and they expose many viewers to sports that they weren’t all that familiar with beforehand. Let’s just hope that this year’s coverage proves to achieve everything that we hope to see.
How are we covering the Games?
We’re not a sports site; yet, at the same time we’ll do our best to share some updates on fun TV moments as the Games progress.
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