With the 2016 Rio Summer Olympics only days away, it’s time to plan out which event’s you’ll watch. If you don’t have a cable TV subscription, that’s OK because there are plenty of other ways to get your Olympics fix.
Catching all of the Olympics is pretty much impossible because it’s thousands of hours of coverage spread across NBC, NBCSN, Bravo, USA Network, MSNBC, CNBC, and the Golf Channel. That said, you don’t have to miss the events you really want to see. Here are some options for watching the Olympics without having to break down and pay for a cable or satellite TV package you don’t really want: