Whether you're streaming or tuning in via cable, there's multiple ways you can cheer on Team USA at the Paris 2024 Olympic Games. Coverage of this year's games will be lead by NBC and Peacock from Paris, France.

How To Watch

If you're watching the Olympics via cable, you can watch live on USA Network, E!, CNBC and the GOLF Channel, according to NBCSports.com. For all USA sports coverage, USA Network will be the primary channel for swimming, track and field, soccer, basketball and 3x3 basketball, beach volleyball, rugby, cycling, volleyball, water polo and more.

CNBC will broadcast boxing, cycling, rugby, skate boarding and more, plus live coverage of the first gold medal ceremony on Saturday, July 27. E! will show track and field, gymnastics, canoeing, diving, equestrian, artistic swimming, breaking, fencing, water polo and more. And the GOLF Channel will broadcast the live golf competitions.

How To Stream

If you're planning on streaming the Olympics, you'll want to make sure you have a subscription to Peacock. Peacock will stream every sport and event of the 2024 Paris Olympic Games, plus all 329 medal events, event replays and more. Details on all of the streaming opportunities via Peacock are available on NBCSports.com.

Opening Ceremony set for Friday, July 26.

Some of the most memorable moments from the Olympics occur during the Opening Ceremony. According to NBCSports.com, the Opening Ceremony will take place live on the River Seine in Paris on Friday, July 26.

The live coverage will begin at noon eastern standard time (EST) on NBC and Peacock. Spanish-language coverage will begin at 1 p.m. EST.

For more details about how to watch the 2024 Paris Olympic Games or for event schedules, check out NBCOlympics.com.

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