The Beijing Winter Olympics began on Friday with the Opening Ceremonies.
But if you missed the broadcast early in the morning to watch it live, NBC (Channel 5) will air a replay of the opening ceremonies at 7 p.m.
The ceremony, which officially opened the Winter Games even though some events have already begun, was scheduled to begin at 8 p.m. in China.
With the 14-hour time difference from the Central Time Zone of the United States, it was 6 a.m. for Viewers in the Dallas area.
Overall, the network plans to show more than 2,800 hours of coverage on its channels and platforms.
These include NBC, USA, CNBC, NBCOlympics.com, and streaming app Peacock.
According to the network, this year’s Olympics will be the first to include coverage of all events, both live and on the On Demand system.
Several sports, including hockey and figure skating, began before the opening ceremony began, but medals won’t be awarded until Saturday, the first full day of competition.
There will be six gold medals awarded on that first day.
One of the queen events of the Olympic Games, the men’s ski descent, is scheduled for Sunday
The closing ceremony will be on February 20