The network’s coverage of a XXIII Olympic Winter Games kicks off Thursday, Feb 8, one day before a Opening Ceremony. With special editions of Today and NBC Nightly News with Lester Holt, NBC News will underline disdainful interviews with medal-winning athletes and rising stars of a Winter Games. Additionally, NBC News correspondents will news from around a segment on pivotal issues confronting a Pyeongchang Games, including confidence and a impact of rising tensions on a Peninsula.
Savannah Guthrie and Hoda Kotb will co-anchor Today live from Pyeongchang, starting Monday, Feb 12, from 7 AM to 9 AM ET. Guthrie, covering her third Olympics, and Kotb, imprinting her fifth, will be assimilated by Al Roker, Natalie Morales, Willie Geist, Craig Melvin and Dylan Dreyer. From a Gangneung Coastal Cluster, Today will promote by Friday, Feb 23 from a unstable Olympic Pavilion formerly used in Athens, Torino, Beijing, London, Sochi and Rio.
Network news coverage starts with NBC Nightly News with Lester Holt Thursday, Feb 8 from a Pyeongchang Mountain Cluster. Marking his ninth Olympics for a network, Holt will anchor any night, including weekends, by Friday, Feb 16.
Correspondents contributing to a network’s coverage in South Korea embody Miguel Almaguer, Richard Engel, Joe Fryer, Stephanie Gosk, Gadi Schwartz, Keir Simmons, Kate Snow and Anne Thompson. NBC News Digital will yield coverage of a Pyeongchang Games with strange stories and video, accessible during NBCNews.com/Olympics, including on-the-ground stating from Erik Ortiz. Additionally, Schwartz will news for Stay Tuned, exclusively on Snapchat.
Megyn Kelly will horde Megyn Kelly Today during 9 AM ET, featuring special coverage of a Winter Games and interviews with athletes stateside, and Kathie Lee Gifford will be assimilated by Jenna Bush Hager to co-host a 10 AM ET hour of Today live from New York. Both shows will promote in front of an assembly in Studio 6A. On Sundays, Meet a Press with Chuck Todd will continue a unchanging schedule, and Dateline will be preempted for a generation of a Olympics.
NBC’s live primetime coverage of a Winter Olympics starts Thursday, Feb 8.