NBC’s Winter Olympics figure skating schedule on TV and streaming for Monday, February 7
It’s time for another big women’s hockey showdown between the United States and Canada at the Olympics. This one is in the preliminary group stage instead of being for a medal, but it should not lack skill and intensity as one of the great Olympic sporting rivalries is renewed. The puck drops at 11:10 p.m. ET on USA Network.
NBC’s flagship Monday night primetime show is highlighted by live coverage of Nathan Chen in the men’s figure skating short program. The men’s alpine skiing Super-G will also be live, as long as Mother Nature doesn’t object, as she did with the men’s downhill.
You’ll find Olympics TV coverage on NBC’s major broadcast network and cable channels like USA Network. And in addition to TV coverage on NBC’s English and Spanish broadcast and cable channels, every event from every Olympic competition will be available live on NBCOlympics.com. You’ll need to sign in with your pay-TV provider, whether it’s cable, satellite, or streaming platforms, including YouTube TV, FuboTV, and Sling TV.
If you’re not a pay-TV subscriber, you can watch through the premium tier of Peacock, NBC’s online streaming service. A subscription starts at $4.99 per month or $49.99 per year.
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If you have Comcast Xfinity cable, you get Peacock’s premium tier for free with your subscription. Go to the Peacock website to link your cable account if you haven’t already. Xfinity subscribers who have the X1 set-top box can also find live streams of events embedded in the Sports tab, right next to TV shows.
NBC also offers apps for mobile devices, tablets, and connected TV devices, including Android TV, Apple TV, Google Chromecast, Amazon Fire TV, Roku, Samsung TV, and more. There’s an FAQ page on the NBC website here if you have any other questions.
The full schedule of events for the entire Olympics is available here. Live scores and results are available here.
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Typically, these schedules will include all live broadcasts on TV channels, but not delayed broadcasts on cable channels. We’ll let you know what’s happening on the NBC broadcast network’s primetime and daytime shows, whether those events are live or not.
2 p.m.: Biathlon – 15 km individual women; Ski jumping – mixed team normal hill (all shown delayed)
8 p.m.: Figure Skating – Men’s Short Program; Alpine Skiing – Men’s Super G; Freestyle skiing – women’s big air final; Short Track Speed Skating – Women’s 500m Final (delayed); Speed Skating – Women’s 1500m (delayed)
1h05: Short Track Speed Skating – Men’s 1000m Final; Luge – women’s first and second runs (all shown on tape delay)
3h30: Speed Skating – Women’s 1500m
6:30 a.m.: Short Track Speed Skating – Men’s 1000m Quarter-Final, Semi-Final and Final; quarter-final, semi-final and final of the women’s 500m
8:30 a.m.: Women’s Luge – Round 2 (Highlights of Round 1 will be broadcast on tape delay just before)
There will then be a series of delayed shows until the evening, as part of the channel’s 24-hour coverage.
8:15 p.m.: Figure Skating – Men’s Short Program
10:45 p.m.: Ice hockey pre-game show
11:10 p.m.: Ice Hockey – USA vs. Canada Women
1:30 a.m. Tuesday: Snowboard – Parallel Giant Slalom Finals
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5 p.m.: Curling – mixed doubles semi-finals (delayed)