Fans of the Olympics will have to wait no longer than midnight on February 8 to soak up more Olympic coverage. At that time, fans can start with a replay of the Opening Ceremony before changing the channel to catch the U.S. women’s ice hockey team take on Finland. In fact, those who don’t want to miss a minute of Olympic coverage will be able to bounce around the NBC networks all day, taking in figure skating, cross-country skiing, speed skating, and plenty of general combined coverage.
Below you’ll find a chronological listing of all events scheduled to air on TV on February 8. The schedule reflects the listings available on the NBC Olympic website at the time of publishing. All times listed are central time, and all listings are subject to change. For a list of TV events by sport, click here.
Midnight: NBC Primetime Replay: Opening Ceremony. NBC.
2 a.m.: Women’s hockey. United States vs. Finland. NBC Sports Network
4:30 a.m.: Cross Country. Women’s skiathlon. NBC Sports Network.
4:30 a.m.: Speedskating. Men’s 5,000m
7 a.m.: Men’s Hockey. Canada vs. Switzerland. MSNBC.
8:30 a.m.: Figure skating. Team competition, short ice dance program. NBC Sports Network.
10 a.m.: Figure skating. Team competition, women’s short program, pairs free skate. NBC Sports Network.
1:30 p.m.: NBC Daytime. Coverage includes men’s ski jumping individual normal hill, men’s biathlon 10-kilometer spring, men’s speed skating 5,000-meter event, and women’s cross country skiathlon event. NBC.
5 p.m.: Hockey — Game of the Day. NBC Sports Network.
7 p.m.: NBC Primetime. Coverage includes the men’s snowboarding slopestyle event, women’s freestyle skiing moguls, and the figure skating team event. NBC.
11 p.m.: NBC Latenight. Coverage includes men’s luge and the figure skating team event. NBC.