The first weekend of the Olympics has passed and Pyeongchang has proven a worthy opponent. Several events had to be delayed or rescheduled due to high winds and some events just had to push through. The USA already hit the podium a few times and are gearing up for more.

I'm dubbing these Olympics the "Spoiler Alert" Olympics because unless you're up when everyone else is sleeping it is almost impossible to go into prime time blind. Social media accounts aren't taking in the 14 hour times change into consideration or even using #SpoilerAlert. Here is a schedule to help you try and navigate the days events spoiler free!

NBC

  • 3-5pm ET: Men’s Freestyle Skiing – Moguls Gold Medal Final; Women’s Ski Jumping – Individual Normal Hill Gold Medal Final; Women’s Luge – Singles Competition
  • 8-11:30pm ET/5-9:05 PM PT: Men’s Alpine Skiing – Combined, Downhill Run (LIVE); Snowboarding; Women’s Halfpipe Gold Medal Final (LIVE); Men’s Halfpipe Competition (LIVE); Women’s Speed Skating – 1,500m Gold Medal Final
  • 12:05-2am ET: Men’s Alpine Skiing – Combined, Slalom Gold Medal Final Run (LIVE); Men’s Snowboarding – Halfpipe Competition (LIVE)
  • 11:35pm-3:05am PT: Primetime Encore
  • 2-4:30am ET: Primetime Encore

NBCSN

  • 5:10-7am ET: Women’s Luge – Singles Competition (LIVE); Women’s Biathlon – Pursuit Gold Medal Final (LIVE)
  • 7-11am ET: Men’s Freestyle Skiing – Moguls Gold Medal Final; Women’s Ice Hockey – Sweden vs. South Korea (LIVE); Women’s Luge – Singles Competition
  • 11am-3pm ET: Women’s Ski Jumping – Individual Normal Hill Gold Medal Final; Men’s Biathlon – Pursuit Gold Medal Final; Women’s Speed Skating – 1,500m Gold Medal Final
  • 5-8pm ET: Ice Hockey – Game of the Day (replay); Olympic Ice
  • 8-11:30pm ET: Mixed Doubles Curling – Semifinal (replay); Ice Hockey – Game of the Day II (replay)
  • 11:30pm-2:40am ET: Men’s Snowboarding – Halfpipe Competition (LIVE); Mixed Doubles Curling – Bronze Medal Match

CNBC

  • 5-8pm ET: Mixed Doubles Curling – Semifinal

Source: NBC