It’s an easy choice when deciding what to watch Friday night. The quandary comes in choosing how to watch the Opening Ceremonies: via live streaming at 6 a.m. or as a prepackaged, prime-time event. Either way, expect cold performers, cold athletes and cold spectators;North and South Korea marching in together under the Unification Flag; and the U.S. team sporting some eye-catching gloves.
There is a 14-hour time difference. Events listed here are those shown on that particular day in Eastern Standard Time.
(Events in the TV listings are tape-delayed unless indicated as LIVE. OAR is Olympic Athletes from Russia.)
- 8-11 p.m. Opening ceremony
Saturday, Feb. 10
What to watch: American Red Gerard was atop the snowboard slopestyle World Cup rankings in 2017, and he’s there again going into PyeongChang: The 17-year-old holds a 450-point lead over Marcus Kleveland of Norway. Short-track speedskating begins, and the South Koreans are sure to go bonkers for their favorite sport, especially if the home team wins a medal.
- 3-6 p.m. Men’s snowboarding, slopestyle; short-track speedskating, men’s 1,500-meter gold; men’s ski jumping normal hill gold; men’s luge, singles
- 8-11 p.m. Figure skating, team event, ice dancing and women’s short programs (LIVE); men’s downhill gold
- 11:30 p.m.-12:30 a.m. Figure skating, team event, pairs free skate (LIVE)
- 2-5 a.m. Women’s cross-country, skiathlon gold (LIVE); mixed doubles curling, U.S.-China
- 5-7:35 a.m. Men’s short-track speedskating, 1,500 gold (LIVE)
- 7:35-11:30 a.m. Men’s ski jumping, normal hill gold (LIVE); men’s snowboarding, slopestyle
- 11:30 a.m.-1 p.m. Men’s luge, singles1-5 p.m. Women’s speedskating, 3,000 gold; women’s biathlon, 7.5km sprint gold; mixed doubles curling, U.S.-Norway
- 7-9:45 p.m. Men’s snowboarding, slopestyle gold (LIVE)
- 9:45 p.m.-1:30 a.m. Mixed doubles curling, U.S.-Finland; women’s snowboarding, slopestyle (LIVE)
- 1:30-2:40 a.m. Mixed doubles curling, Canada-South Korea
- 7-9:30 a.m. Women’s hockey, Switzerland-Koreas (LIVE)