The Winter Olympics 2018 in PyeongChang have brought together more than 2,500 of the world’s greatest athletes from all corners of the globe to compete in more than 100 exciting events across 15 sports.
With the opening ceremony now behind us, eager viewers are keen to get stuck in to their favourite sports – be it ice hockey, curling or the skiing.
Athletes are now battling it out to be the chosen ones to go home with a gold, silver or bronze medal, with the action proving popular as the Winter Olympics turning into one of the most-watched sports broadcasts so far this year.
More than one billion people are expected to tune in to the winter games – and here is how you can watch in the US and UK on and off the television.
How to watch Winter Olympics 2018 in the US
NBC, NBCSN, CNBC, USA Network and the Olympic Channel will all be showing the Winter Olympics 2018 until February 25.
Having already covered the opening sermon on February 9, NBC will also be covering the closing ceremony on February 25.
The Olympics Channel has rolling 24/7 news coverage including results, victory ceremonies, Olympic Channel News, and Winter Olympic daily news.
More than 1,800 hours of online coverage of the games in Pyeongchang will also be available, with NBCOlympics.com and the NBC Sports app live streaming events.
Viewers in the US can also watch DirecTV Now, Hula with Live TV, Playstation Vue and on Sling TV for those without cable.
Free trials are available, and you can cancel after the Olympics.
How to watch Winter Olympics 2018 in the UK
Both Eurosport and the BBC will be beaming live coverage back to the UK, with Eurosport 1 and 2 as well as BBC One and Two all showing events.
The BBC will also be running a nightly highlights show on BBC Two to allow viewers to catch up with all of the action from the day, which will mostly have concluded by 3pm UK time.
Or for those wishing to view online, there are a number of live streams available.
To stream the BBC coverage, you can simply log onto the BBC Sport mobile app or watch via the BBC Sport website – although you are required to hold a valid TV licence and may have to log in.
Eurosport Player day passes cost £4.99 while an annual pass costs £29.99 and gives you access to both channels on a range of devices all year round.