All the Info You Need About Watching or Streaming the Tokyo Olympics Opening Ceremony


It’s officially time for the Tokyo Olympics opening ceremony in Japan. After the International Olympic Committee (IOC) postponed the 2020 Olympic Games due to the coronavirus pandemic, we are finally ready for this highly anticipated event. Although this is the first year that the Olympic Games will be banning spectators for health and safety concerns amid the pandemic, including athlete parents, there are several ways that you can watch the grand opening ceremony.

Take your seat comfortably at home and watch the pageantry unfold in a spectacular celebration of flag bearers and the host country showing the world their history and culture. Whether you’re an early riser and want to see the ceremony live or rather watch the primetime rebroadcast later in the day, there are several ways to watch and stream the opening ceremony of the Tokyo Olympics this summer.

When is the Tokyo Olympics Opening Ceremony?

The Tokyo Olympics opening ceremony will be broadcasted live on Friday, July 23, 2021, at 6:55 a.m. ET/3:55 a.m. PT on NBC. Don’t worry if you miss the live broadcast because you can rewatch the ceremony Friday night at 7:30 p.m. ET /4:30 p.m. PT.


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How can I watch the Tokyo Olympics Opening Ceremony?

You can watch the opening ceremony live on NBC, the NBC Sports app, and If you don’t have this channel, there are a variety of different options where you can stream the ceremony.

Where can I stream the Opening Ceremony?

If you don’t have the NBC channel, you can stream the event from the following services:

  • Hulu + Live TV: This streaming service starts at $64.99/month and has a 7-day free trial.
  • fuboTV: Starting off at 64.99/month, you have access to 100+ channels. There is also a 7-day free trial.
  • Peacock: Sign up with Peacock to watch live Olympic coverage, daily highlights and more. You can either sign up for Peacock’s free plan or upgrade to the next tier for more access at $4.99/month.
  • SlingTV: With 55 channels including the Olympic Channel, the Sling Blue package starts off at $35/month. If you just want SlingTV for the duration of the Summer Olympics, there is no long-term contract which makes it easy for cancellation.
  • YouTube TV: For 64.99/month, you get 85+ live channels, including the Olympic Channel. You can also sign up for a free two-week trial.
  • AT&T TV: This is another streaming option which includes 65 channels in the Ultimate package at $94.99/month.

    We suggest getting your preferred streaming service all set up before the Olympics start to not skip a beat. Grab your early morning coffee and have a great time watching the Tokyo Olympics opening ceremony right at home.

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