Google's You Tube TV has the lowest price for all five Olympic TV channels, at a month.
Google says the service is available in more than 80 U. markets, covering more than 80 percent of households, though a local NBC station isn't available everywhere.
All four of these cable channels will also be streamed online.
Much of the online coverage will come from the International Olympic Committee's Olympic Broadcasting Services.
In excluded markets, you could check out a rival streaming service.
What works best will depend on your needs: Free trials are available, and you can cancel after the Olympics.
NBC also plans digital-only shows, including a daily two-hour wrap-up starting at noon ET (2 a.m. Comcast and other cable providers will also offer the opening ceremony and other events in sharper 4K resolution, though with a day's delay.
Here's a list of all the Winter Olympics events on TV this week. If you've already given up on traditional cable or satellite TV, you can sign up for an online streaming service such as Play Station Vue or You Tube TV, both of which have free trial periods.
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For the Winter Olympics in Pyeongchang, South Korea, NBC and its cable networks will cover popular sports such as figure skating and skiing. Friday's opening ceremony will be shown live online starting at 6 a.m.
Those without a headset can still watch on web browsers or Apple and Android mobile devices. Videos in 360 degrees will be limited to non-competition features such as a demo run down the bobsled.
But VR will offer more leaderboards and stats than television, along with the ability to choose camera positions.