2022 Winter Olympics

Olympics TV Schedule: How and Where to Watch, Stream the Winter Olympics Tonight

Here's what to watch in Beijing and how you can watch it live on TV or online

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Some big medals will be on the line heading into one of the final days of competition in Beijing for the 2022 Winter Olympics.

There are six medal events taking place today on Day 13, as the Games show no sign of slowing down.

One of the biggest Olympic rivalries will be on full display with a gold medal on the line, a must-win curling matchup kicks off and a women's figure skating competition at the center of one of the biggest controversies of the Games will culminate in a medal, but possibly no ceremony.

Here's what to watch Wednesday night and Thursday morning in Beijing and how you can watch it live.

Curling

There will be a men’s round-robin session featuring the USA and Denmark at 7:05 p.m. CST. 

All the pressure is on captain John Shuster, especially after Team USA’s loss to Italy 10-4 because of a late mistake from the skip. The U.S. is tied with ROC for fourth place in the round-robin, therefore Team USA must win their final game if they want to make it to the top four. 

To guarantee a spot in the semifinals, the U.S. must defeat a Denmark team that has gone 1-7 and scored the fewest points in men's curling during the 2022 Winter Olympics. If Denmark manages an upset win, the U.S. can still qualify under certain tiebreaker scenarios depending on which teams finish at 4-5. Switzerland, Norway and Italy all enter their final match with 3-5 records.

Men's Curling

Men’s Curling Semifinals

Women's curling

Ice Hockey

The U.S., with its large contingent of Chicago-area stars, will battle their Canadian rivals for the fourth time in a row. Team USA seeks their second consecutive gold, after beating Canada 3-2 in a shootout during the 2018 Games. The game will air at 10:10 p.m. CST. The game will air live on national TV on NBC and can be streamed on NBCOlympics.com or on Peacock.

Freestyle Skiing

The women’s ski cross finals will also begin at 12 a.m. CST. But there will also be several other freestyle skiing events throughout the night.

Women’s Freeski Halfpipe Qualifying2/16/2022 7:30 p.m. CSTNBC Olympics and Peacock
Women’s Ski Cross Qualifying2/16/2022 9:30 p.m. CSTNBCOlympics.com
Men’s Freeski Halfpipe Qualifying2/16/2022 10:30 p.m. CSTUSA Network and NBCOlympics.com
Women’s Ski Cross Finals2/17/2022 12:00 a.m. CSTNBCOlympics.com and Peacock

Alpine Skiing

Also at 12 a.m. CST is women’s combined slalom.

American alpine skier Mikaela Shiffrin will compete in her fifth event of the 2022 Games early on Thursday morning, seeking a place atop the podium that has so far eluded her in Beijing.

She will be competing in combined slalom Thursday morning, where she defends the Olympic silver and titles as World champion. Shiffrin geared up for combined slalom by setting the fastest time in a downhill training session on Wednesday.

Nordic Combined

Men’s Team Large Hill2/17/2022 1:00 a.m.NBCOlympics.com and Peacock
Men’s Team 4×5 10km2/17/2022 6:00 a.m.NBCOlympics.com and Peacock

Speed Skating

We also have women’s 1000m speed skating beginning at 2:30 a.m. CST.

Thurs | Feb 17 | 2:30 a.m.Women’s 1000mUSA | STREAM | PEACOCK

Figure Skating

Figure skaters will take the ice for the women's free skate Thursday morning, but beyond just who will win gold is a question of whether or not the winners will actually be able to stand on the podium for a medal ceremony. The answer hinges on a single performance.

Tuesday morning's short program saw some stunning performances, unfortunate falls and near-trips that could play a huge role heading into Thursday's finale. Now, it all comes down to one final skate.

The women's free skate final will begin at 4 a.m. CT.

The top 25 athletes are advancing to the medal round, rather than the typical 24 considering the ambiguity of Valieva's pending situation. Out of the 30 skaters who performed Tuesday, only five will not advance, including skaters from China, Sweden, Great Britain, Australia and Ukraine.

Below is the full event and streaming information for each day of competition for figure skating. 

NBC Olympics 2022 Winter Olympics Figure Skating Coverage Schedule*

Date/Time (ET)

Event

TV/Streaming

Thurs | Feb 3 | 8.55 p.m.

Team Event - Men's & Pairs SP, Rhythm Dance 

NBC | Peacock, NBCOlympics.com

Sat | Feb 5 | 8:30 p.m.

🏅 Team Event - Women's SP, Pairs FS

NBC | PeacockNBCOlympics.com

Sun | Feb 6 | 8:15 p.m.

🏅 Team Event - M/W FS, Free Dance

NBC | PeacockNBCOlympics.com

Mon | Feb 7 | 8:15 p.m.

Men's Singles Short Program

NBC, USA | PeacockNBCOlympics.com

Wed | Feb 9 | 8:30 p.m.

🏅 Men's Singles Free Skate

NBC, USA | PeacockNBCOlympics.com

Sat | Feb 12 | 6:00 a.m.

Ice Dance Rhythm Dance

USA | PeacockNBCOlympics.com

Sun | Feb 13 | 8:15 p.m.

🏅 Ice Dance Free Dance

USA | PeacockNBCOlympics.com

Tue | Feb 15 | 5:00 a.m.

Women's Singles Short Program

USA | PeacockNBCOlympics.com

Thurs | Feb 17 | 5:00 a.m.

🏅 Women’s Singles Free Skate

USA | PeacockNBCOlympics.com

Fri | Feb 18 | 5:30 a.m.

Pairs Short Program

USA | PeacockNBCOlympics.com

Sat | Feb 19 | 6:00 a.m.

🏅 Pairs Free Skate

NBC | PeacockNBCOlympics.com

Sat | Feb 19 | 11:00 p.m.

Exhibition Gala

NBC | PeacockNBCOlympics.com

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