Peacock to Stream The Tokyo Olympics for Free Beginning July 24th

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Peacock and NBC announced the Tokyo Olympics will stream live on Peacock with four daily live studio shows that will allow fans to catch-up and keep up on the must-see moments of the Summer Games


The four Peacock shows will stream for free on Tokyo NOW, starting July 24th, the day after the Olympics Opening Ceremony. Tokyo NOW will be Peacock’s channel for live coverage, highlights, interviews, and the best stories of the Games.

Check out the schedule and more below from Peacock.

TIME (ET)PROGRAM
6:00 – 11:00 a.m.Tokyo LIVE
11:00 a.m. – NoonTokyo Gold
Noon – 7:00 p.m.Tokyo Gold (encores)
7:00 – 7:30 p.m.*On Her Turf at the Olympics
7:30 p.m. – Midnight*Tokyo Tonight

*Will begin one hour earlier on Sundays

Peacock’s Olympic coverage will start the day with Tokyo LIVE, including live competition, from 6-11 a.m. ET, followed by Tokyo Gold, which will review the competition day from 11 a.m. – noon p.m. ET. Tokyo is 13 hours ahead of the Eastern Daylight Time. Coverage resumes in the evening with On Her Turf at the Olympics, a program focused on female athletes, from 7-7:30 p.m. ET, and concludes in primetime with the highlight-packed Tokyo Tonight, from 7:30 p.m. – midnight ET. The evening programs will air one hour earlier on Sundays. All studio content is produced by NBC Olympics.


Below is an overview of each of the four shows from Peacock:

Tokyo LIVE
Each morning on Peacock, Tokyo LIVE will present live coverage of some of the day’s Olympic events. Tokyo LIVE will feature live competition, interviews, highlights, medal ceremonies and athlete profiles. Tokyo LIVE will stream from 6 – 11 a.m. ET daily.

Tokyo Gold
Tokyo Gold will give viewers a comprehensive look at the most compelling performances of the day. This hour-long highlight program will showcase outstanding moments with in-depth packages, expert analysis and compelling athlete interviews. Tokyo Gold will stream 11 a.m. – noon ET daily as competition concludes in Tokyo, and will repeat every hour between noon ET – 7 p.m. ET Monday – Saturday and noon ET- 6P ET on Sunday.

On Her Turf at the Olympics
Peacock will celebrate female athletes competing at the Tokyo Olympics with features, interviews and timely coverage. Women have won more than 50% of Team USA’s medals at the last two Summer Olympics and On Her Turf will follow their biggest female stars in Tokyo. Follow On Her Turf, NBC Sports’ female empowerment brand, on Instagram and Twitter leading up to the Games. On Her Turf at the Olympics will stream Monday – Saturday from 7 to 7:30 p.m. ET and Sunday from 6 – 6:30 p.m. ET.

Tokyo Tonight
Peacock will wrap up the evening with Tokyo Tonight. The primetime show will put the viewer in the middle of the competition day in Tokyo with fast paced highlights of events as they happen. Interviews, features and live reports from the host city will all be used to make the viewer feel like they are at the Games. Tokyo Tonight will stream Monday – Saturday from 7:30 p.m. – midnight ET and Sunday from 6:30 – 11 p.m. ET.
 


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Peacock to Stream The Tokyo Olympics for Free Beginning July 24th. DiscussPW Entertainment * There have been major changes to our events calendar due to the coronavirus pandemic. We started this calendar in 2018 with pro wrestling events, then added some other live sports and entertainment events. The goals were to help sell live tickets for all kinds of events and help fans finds events and tickets easier. Then the virus happened and live events stopped for a while, so we had to change things up. We’ve since added and will continue to add, many televised events. Such as upcoming guests on morning, daytime and late night television shows. As well as listings and promos and more for many diff tv shows. You can find all of those and much more on our calendar. Recently live events have started happening again, and we’ve gone back to adding those. Most live events have ticket links, venue information, dates and times. But some events have more, and some have a lot more and are basically event previews. It depends on the information available at the time we post the event and if we are able to update that event, etc. Some days have one to three events and some have over twenty on the same day. So you may have to click the link at the bottom to see more on certain days. 
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