Get ready for Winter Olympics fever! With the official opening ceremony on Feb. 9, the world will be glued to the action from Pyeongchang.

NBC primetime coverage begins on Thursday, Feb. 8, at 5 p.m. PST. Here’s how to watch the 2018 Winter Olympics on broadcast networks, mobile devices or livestreaming services.

Olympics coverage is available locally to AT&T U-Verse and other cable package subscribers. For those using an antenna, tune to HD coverage on KNTV Channel 3.

NBC will cater to a general audience, while the lion’s share of coverage will happen on NBCSN. The Olympics Channel, USA and even CNBC will have Winter Games coverage.

NBCOlympics.com will have “every second” of the games live. For those watching on mobile devices, the NBC Sports mobile app will feature the same content as the main NBC Olympics website. Click here to check NBC’s livestream schedule.

A few subscription streaming video services offer livestream packages with NBC. Those services include Hulu, YouTube, Sling, DirectTV, PlayStation, FuboTV and CenturyLink.

If You Go

What: 24th Press Democrat All-Empire sports awards ceremony

When: Wednesday, May, 9, 6:30 p.m.

Where: Friedman Event Center, 4676 Mayette Ave., Santa Rosa

Format: High schools in the Redwood Empire were invited to nominate their top male and female athletes, their top male and female scholar-athletes. All the athletes will be introduced. From that group, overall winners were selected by judges from The Press Democrat sports department. Those announcements will conclude the ceremony.