How to watch the opening ceremony of the Olympics
The Tokyo Olympics will officially begin broadcasting on Friday, July 23 on the NBC, CNBC, Mayer and USA networks. Read along with the opening ceremony of the Olympics and how to watch all the events on Apple TV, iPhone, Mac and the web.
After a year of withdrawal due to epidemic disease, the Tokyo 2020 Olympic Games begin today, July 20, with the first two events being softball and the opening ceremony on Friday, July 23.
However, due to another COVID increase in Japan, another change in the Tokyo Games, fans are not allowed to go.
How to watch the opening ceremony of the Olympics on Apple TV, iPhone, Mac and Web
- The opening ceremony of the Tokyo Olympics will officially begin on July 23 at 4 a.m. PT / 7 a.m. ET
- NBC and Peacock will re-broadcast the event at 4:30 p.m. PT / 7:30 ET
- The first events will begin on July 20
Where to watch the opening ceremony of the Olympics
- If you have access to streaming cable providers such as Hulu Live TV, AT&T TV Now, YouTube TV, Sling, etc., you can watch the opening ceremony of the Olympics on NBC on any of your accessories.
- Or you can watch the Peacock broadcast on iPhone, Apple TV, Mac, and the Web at 4:30 pm PT / 7:30 pm ET, if you have a Peacock Premium plan ($ 4.99 / From month)
- You can also watch NBC for free with your TV via HD TV antenna
Tokyo Olympics schedule
Interestingly, the schedule will actually start on Tuesday, July 20 (Day 3), with the opening ceremony kicking off on July 23 and the events starting on August 8.
NBCSN has coverage of softball games with Japan vs Australia and USA vs Italy starting at 20pm to 5pm PT / 8pm.
Round up the many events available here with the full Tokyo Olympic schedule. They will be broadcast on NBC, NBCSN, CNBC, USA, Moore, and other NBC channels. You can also follow the official NBC Olympic Twitter account for more highlights.
It is also worth mentioning that this is the first time that skateboarding is part of the Olympics.
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