theThe opening ceremony is only a few hours away now, and will begin early in the morning US time.
What can we expect? The opening ceremony of the Olympics tends to feature the pageantry of national teams, flags and traditional attire, but it also tends to be a celebration of the culture of the host country. Given that the Olympics are held in Tokyo, it could mean something more traditional and historic, but there are signs pointing to the opening ceremony celebrating Japan’s contribution to technology, video games and anime. If you remember, former Japanese Prime Minister Shinzo Abe showed up at the handover ceremony in Rio, Brazil, disguised as Mario.
Reports indicate opening ceremony will be reduced, but it will always be a must-see TV. Expect the unexpected, that’s all we say.
When does the opening ceremony of the Tokyo Olympics begin?
the The opening ceremony for the Tokyo Olympics takes place on Friday, July 23 at 7 a.m. EDT (4 a.m. PDT).
In the UK, this time translates to noon BST on Friday July 23.
In Australia, it is 9:00 p.m. AEST on Friday July 23.
How to watch the opening ceremony of the Tokyo Olympics?
In the USA
NBC is broadcast a huge amount of Olympic Games coverage from day one, including the opening ceremony. You will be able to watch it live from coast to coast. NBC will broadcast in all US time zones Starting 6:55 a.m. EDT (3:55 a.m. PDT) for the very first time.
NBC will also rebroadcast the event at 7:30 p.m. EDT (4:30 p.m. PDT).
US residents do not need a cable or satellite television subscription to watch the Opening Ceremonies. All the big ones live tv broadcast services include NBC. If you live in an area with good reception, you can watch the Opening Ceremonies for free on NBC by simply attaching a affordable indoor antenna (under $ 30) to almost all televisions.
The opening ceremony and the replay will also be broadcast in 4K HDR on two services, FuboTV and YouTube TV. See below for more details.
To watch in 4K HDR, you must subscribe to be subscribes to the company’s new 4K option it costs an additional $ 20 per month on top of the regular monthly fee of $ 65 – although there is a 30-day free trial that’s long enough to last throughout the Olympics. However, 4K streaming is not available in all markets; here is the full list.
Unlike YouTube TV, Fubo’s 4K coverage of the Olympics costs nothing extra. Unfortunately, it’s only available in five markets: New York, Los Angeles, Chicago, Dallas-Fort Worth, and Boston.
Peacock offers three tiers: one limited free plan and two premium plans. The ad-supported premium plan costs $ 5 per month and the premium ad-free plan costs $ 10 per month. Peacock won’t be showing the Opening Ceremonies live, but you will be able to watch the replay on any of the Premium plans. Read our opinion on the peacock.
All of the above live TV streaming services offer free trials (except Peacock, which only has a free tier), and all of them allow you to cancel anytime and require a solid internet connection. . Looking for more information? Check out our guide to live TV streaming services.
In the United Kingdom the BBC and Eurosport have the rights to the Tokyo Olympics. Since everyone in the UK has access to the BBC, this will probably be the easiest way to watch. It will be broadcast live on BBC One and available to stream on BBC iPlayer and the BBC Sport website.
Just like in the UK, the Tokyo Olympics are available on free television. The opening ceremony will be available live on Channel 7 or via the 7more streaming service.
How to watch other international shows
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Where does the opening ceremony of the Tokyo Olympics take place?
The opening ceremony will take place at the Japan National Stadium, aka the Olympic Stadium.
What can we expect at the opening ceremony?
As a rule, the opening ceremonies of the Olympic Games celebrate the culture of the host country, augmented by a theme. At the 2008 Beijing Olympics, for example, the theme was unity. These events can be costly, often costing over $ 100 million.
Japanese opening ceremonies have traditionally celebrated ancient Japanese culture, but former Prime Minister Shinzo Abe disguised himself as Mario during the handover of power at the closing ceremony of the Rio Olympics. by Nintendo mascot to appear at an opening ceremony more dedicated to Japan’s impact on technology and popular culture.
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