Whether you are in front of a TV, a computer, or a phone, you have multiple ways to watch the 2018 Winter Olympics.

On TV

For the first time in over two decades, NBC's network broadcast is LIVE in all time zones -- no more West Coast delay. Many of the marquee events including figure skating and alpine skiing will happen during NBC's live primetime coverage (5 p.m. to 11 p.m. most nights). NBC's 12 p.m. daily broadcast will show highlights from events that happened in the overnight hours (remember that South Korea is 17 hours ahead).

Events will air on KING 5, NBC Sports Network, USA, and CNBC. And the Olympic Channel will show all the medal ceremonies. Click here to see TV listings

Online

Fans who have a cable or satellite subscription can see Olympics livestreams at nbcolympics.com. You can access the live, non-narrated feeds of every single event. You can also watch simulstreams of the NBC network and cable broadcasts in case you aren't in front of a TV. Click here for livestream schedules and links

NBC Sports App

Download the NBC Sports App for your phone, tablet, or connected TV for access to live video and features.

Pacific Northwest athlete schedule

There are at least 26 athletes from the Northwest who are competing for the U.S. at these Games. As we have in years past, KING 5 will provide you a schedule for when they will compete, links to the livestreams of their events, and when you can see them on TV.

The Olympic Zone

Your passport to the PyeongChang Olympics. Each Monday - Saturday at 4:30 p.m. on KING 5, we'll have stories on our local athletes and other features before NBC's primetime broadcast. (Due to Olympics rules, we will be unable to livestream this show.)

On social media

KING 5's Chris Egan is in South Korea covering our local athletes.

- Twitter

- Facebook

- Instagram

You can also join the Olympics Fans of the PNW! Facebook group for extensive Olympics content and to talk with one another.