We're into week two of the Olympics and Pyeongchang is still proving a a worthy opponent for Team USA. Struggling to make the podium has been the theme of these Olympics but I'm sure we're going to finish strong.

I'm still am 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 Monday's events spoiler free!

NBC

  • 3-5pm ET: Men’s Ski Jumping – Team Large Hill Gold Medal Final; Speed Skating; Men’s 500m Gold Medal Final; Women’s Team Pursuit Competition
  • 8-11:30pm ET/5-9:05pm PT: Figure Skating – Ice Dancing Gold Medal Final (LIVE); Women’s Freestyle Skiing – Halfpipe Gold Medal Final (LIVE); Two-Man Bobsled – Gold Medal Final Runs
  • 12:05-1am ET: Men’s Freestyle Skiing – Halfpipe Competition (LIVE)
  • 10:35pm-2:05am PT: Primetime Encore
  • 1-4:30am ET: Primetime Encore
  • 2:05-4:30am PT: Primetime Encore 2

NBCSN

  • 1-4:30am ET: Women’s Curling – U.S. vs. Denmark
  • 4:30-7:10am ET: Men’s Curling – U.S. vs. Canada
  • 7:10-11am ET: Women’s Hockey – Semifinal (LIVE); Men’s Ski Jumping – Team Large Hill Gold Medal Final
  • 11am-12:30am ET: Two-Man Bobsled – Gold Medal Final Runs; Speed Skating; Men’s 500m Gold Medal Final; Women’s Team Pursuit Competition
  • 12:30-3:30pm ET: Men’s Curling – U.S. vs Canada
  • 3:30-7pm ET: Ice Hockey Game of the Day (Replay); Ice Hockey Game of the Day II (Replay)
  • 7-10:10pm ET: Olympic Ice; Figure Skating – Ice Dancing Gold Medal Final (LIVE); Women’s Alpine Skiing – Downhill Training
  • 10:10pm-12:30am ET: Men’s Hockey – Elimination Round (LIVE)
  • 12:30-2:40am ET: Men’s Curling – Canada vs. Japan

CNBC

  • 5-8pm ET: Women’s Curling – U.S. vs. China

 

Source: NBC