Here's the Schedule for the Olympics!!

Yes, the Opening Ceremonies for the 2018 Winter Games take place tomorrow night, but the competition is already underway. If you want to watch, that can be challenging as Pyeongchang, South Korea is in the Korea Standard Time zone.

No idea what that means? You're not alone. South Korea is actually 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 tonight - and what channel you'll find it on:

  • 8-9pm ET: Curling (mixed doubles) USA vs. Switzerland, NBCSN
  • 8-11:30pm ET: Figure Skating Team Competition (Men's and pairs' short programs), NBC (LIVE)
  • 8-11:30pm ET: Freestyle Skiing (men's and women's moguls qualifying), NBC (LIVE)
  • 9-11:35pm ET: Men's Alpine Skiing (downhill training), NBCSN (LIVE)
  • 9-11:35pm ET: Men's Luge (singles), NBCSN (LIVE)
  • 11:35pm -12am ET: Curling (mixed doubles) USA vs. South Korea, NBCSN (LIVE)
  • 12 -1:30am: Curling (mixed doubles) USA vs. South Korea, NBCSN (LIVE)

For a complete streaming schedule, CLICK HERE

Source: NBC

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