The 2018 Winter Olympics are live streaming from Pyeongchang, South Korea on NBC.
If you have traditional cable TV like with Cox, Comcast, etc you can go ahead from your phone or tablet and download the NBC App (Android/iOS) and NBC Sports App (Android/iOS). Once you launch those apps you’ll be able to verify you have a cable subscription by logging in with your cable TV login inside those apps which allow you to freely watch the Olympics through those apps.
Gears TV (save 10% with coupon greggles) gives you 400+ channels but will also will allow you to watch the 2018 Winter Olympics from your Android phone, tablet or Streaming Media Player specifically the NVIDIA SHIELD or FIRETV STICK
Reloaded TV (save 10% with coupon greggles) also gives 400+channels and the same great Winter Olympics viewing experience with NBC and NBCSN but also will allow you to “catch-up” on those channels to watch what you missed for the last 24 hours. You can watch Reloaded TV from your PC/Mac, Android Phone, Tablet or Streaming Media Player specifically the NVIDIA SHIELD or FIRETV STICK .
Sling TV $25 (Free 7-Day Trial)
Sling TV can be watched from your Android or iPhone phone/tablet or PC/Mac, AppleTV, Android TV, FireTV, Roku. It provides you with NBC and NBCSN. You can signup for a 7-day trial and then after that it’s $25/month
Fubo TV (Free 7 Day Trial, then $19.99 for first month, $45/every month after)
Fubo TV might be your best bet for complete 2018 Winter Olympic coverage because you get NBC, NBCSN and also a dedicated Olympics channel. You also get all the winter Olympic events categorized so you can see when they are on and even use the FREE DVR to record it in case you miss it. Fubo TV works on iOS/Android/Roku/FireTV/Android TV/ AppleTV/PC/Mac)
whichever service you end up choosing you are sure to enjoy your viewing experience especially since the Winter Olympics are every 4 years and you’ll be able to root for your country of choice.