Because Rio is only one hour ahead of the eastern US, many Olympics events will be broadcasting live during normal human hours.
According to NBC, there will be 6,755 hours of programming spanning all 19 days of the Olympic Games in Rio de Janeiro (apocalypse permitting), which start on Wednesday, August 3rd.
Here’s a full breakdown of what exactly each channel will be playing as well as a schedule of events by day.
Because most of the Olympic coverage will be on cable channels, you’ll only have access to NBC and Telemundo if you spring for a $30 HD antenna.
If that’s all the Olympics you need in your life, check out this great Lifehacker article on how to make sure you get the very best antenna for your home.