To kick off the official start of the games, the Opening Ceremony takes place Thursday, Feb. 3, at 6:30 a.m. ET. Tune in to watch the Parade of Nations with athletes from 91 countries, as well as watch the Olympic torch get lit. However, NBC and Peacock will re-air the Opening Ceremony during Friday night primetime, starting at 8 p.m. ET.
Figure skating is the most popular watched Winter Olympic sport in the US. This year, the Women's Single Skating final takes place Monday, Feb. 7, the Men's Single Skating final takes place Thursday, Feb. 10, and the Ice Dancing final takes place Monday, Feb. 14.
Ski Jumping is also a favorite sport to watch, given athletes approach 60 mph before jumping off an edge and flying in the sky at the length of an American football field (including the end zones). The Women's Normal Hill Individual final round is scheduled for Saturday, Feb. 5, while the Men's Normal Hill Individual finals are Sunday, Feb. 6.
Another popular Winter Olympics sport to catch is the bobsleigh competition. A new addition to the sport this year is the Women's Monobob event, which is an individual version of the bobsleigh event in which one athlete does the pushing, driving, and braking, instead of multiple athletes working together. To catch the first ever Women's Monobob event, the final is scheduled for Sunday, Feb. 13.
The team bobsleigh events occur as follows: the 2-Man Final on Tuesday, Feb. 15, and the 2-Woman final and the 4-Man final on Saturday, Feb. 19.
The Closing Ceremony celebrate all the athletes' victories and end the two-week games with a bang. The Olympic Flag will also be passed to Italy, which is hosting the 2026 Winter Olympics. The Closing Ceremony takes place on Sunday, Feb.