The NBC Winter Olympics Figure Skating Schedule on TV and Live for Tuesday, February 8

After crashing in her first round in the giant slalom, Michaela Shiffrin is expected to return to the slopes during Tuesday night’s Olympics broadcast on NBC. Figure skaters Chloe Kim and Shawn White will also be in the spotlight in the women’s and men’s Half-pipe events, respectively.

This will be the first prime-time show on NBC after host Mike Terrico has departed from Beijing to prepare to host coverage of the Super Bowl on Sunday. NBC News’ Maria Taylor and Craig Melvin will co-host the Olympics overnight, with Taylor at NBC Sports Studios in Stamford, Connecticut, and Melvin in Beijing.

Terrico will return to coverage of the Olympics on Wednesday, hosting it from Stamford that night and on Thursday before flying to Los Angeles for the weekend.

Television coverage of the Olympics appears on major broadcast network NBC, cable channels USA Network, and CNBC. Online, every event from the competition is available to stream live on NBCOlympics.com. You will have to sign into your pay TV service provider, be it cable, satellite, or streaming platforms, including YouTube TV, FuboTV, and Sling TV.

If you’re not a pay-TV subscriber, you can watch via Peacock’s premium tier, NBC’s online streaming service. Subscription starts at $4.99 per month or $49.99 per year.

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If you have a Comcast Xfinity cable, you get a free Peacock Premium tier with your subscription. Go to the Peacock website to link your cable account if you haven’t already. Xfinity subscribers who have an X1 cable box can also find live streams of events built into the Sports tab, right next to TV broadcasts.

NBC also has apps for mobile devices, tablets, and connected TVs including Android TV, Apple TV, Google Chromecast, Amazon Fire TV, Roku, Samsung TV, and more. The NBC website’s FAQ page is here if you have more questions.

The full calendar of events for the entire Olympics is available here. Results and live results are available here. Remember that the time zone of Beijing is 13 hours ahead of the time zone of Philadelphia.

As a rule, these schedules will include all live broadcasts on TV channels, but not late broadcasts on cable channels. We’ll tell you what’s on prime time broadcasts for NBC and daytime shows whether these events are live.

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For events that are broadcast live in prime time view, you will see lists of times when the events started. This doesn’t mean exactly when NBC will start airing it on TV, but it will give you an idea of ​​when it will appear.

2 pm: biathlon – men’s 20 km individual; skis – women’s 3rd and 4th (final) runs; Cross Country Skiing – Men’s and Women’s Single Sprint Finals (all coverage delayed)

8 pm: speed skating – men’s 1500m final (late); Snowboarding – Women’s Half Pipe Qualifier (event starts at 8:30pm); Alpine skiing – first women’s slalom (9:15 p.m.); Free Skating – Men’s Grand Air Final (10pm)

11:35 pm: Figure Skating – Men’s Half-Pipe Qualifier (11:30 p.m.); Alpine skiing – the final round in the women’s slalom (12:45 a.m. Wednesday); Snowboarding – Women’s Figure Skating Delayed Qualifiers (Delayed)

The channel broadcasts 24 hours a day the events of the Olympics, with a mixture of live coverage and late coverage on tape.

3 am: Cross-country Skiing – Men’s and Women’s Sprint Qualifiers and Finals

3:40 am: Men’s Biathlon – Individual 20 km

8:35 am: Luge – Women’s Final Round (Round 3 will be televised starting at 7:15am, but event starts at 6:50am, so TV coverage may be delayed)

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8:30 pm: Figure Skating – Women’s Pipe Half Qualifier

10:10 pm: Figure Skating – Women’s Figure Skating Qualifiers

1:30 am: Wednesday: Figure Skating – Women’s Figure Skating Final)

5 m: Curling – Bronze Medal Match in Mixed Doubles, Sweden vs. Great Britain (Live Online at 1am Tuesday)

8 pm: Curling – Mixed Doubles Gold Medal Match, Italy vs. Norway (Live Online at 7:05 a.m. Tuesday)

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