Here's a quick guide to everything you need to know in order to catch every event at the Winter Olympics. Here you will find everything you need to access the games either via TV/Cable or by streaming them online.
TV Viewing Options
NBC and NBC Networks
NBC will be broadcast the games on TV and online. The Winter Olympics will be broadcast on both standard TV, as well as on cable/satellite TV. The biggest events will be 100% free on NBC with antenna, but an additional 365 hours of Olympic coverage will be broadcast on NBC Universal cable networks, which includes NBCSN, CNBC, and the USA Network.
Online Streaming Options
NBC Sports App
AT&T TV Now
NBC has a mobile app for streaming online or on devices. It's access is tied to your cable subscription.
For those who can't make it to a TV, or prefer to stay untethered by antenna/cable and or 2 year contracts, have no fear. Most major streaming services such as Hulu, AT&T TV Now and YouTube TV include one or two NBC network channels, such as NBCSN, CNBC, and USA Network. Each of these services require a monthly subscription.
The most popular option these days is Sling TV. With a Sling TV Blue package, and the News add-on, it will get you every channel that will air the Olympics, which in total comes to around $30, but don't forget that they have a 7-day free trial for all new streamers.
NBC Sports App
Last, but not least, if you missed something and or want to skim through the highlights, you have some solid options at your disposal. YouTube features many channels pertaining to the Winter Olympics. The best bet in finding team specific highlights would be by going to their YouTube channels such as Team USA's.
NBC Sports App is not only a way to live-stream the Winter Olympics, but it's also a good place to find highlights as well, all that is needed is a cable subscription.