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Photo: Mirko Kuzmanovic (Shutterstock) Didn’t we just have an Olympics? Yes—but the 2020 Summer Games were booted into 2021 by COVID, so we’re back here again already. The 2022 Beijing Winter Olympics (or the Second Global Pandemic Games, if you prefer a bit of post-apocalyptic flair) kick off on Friday, Feb. 4 and run through Sunday, Feb. 20, and are set to be historic for a number of reasons. First, the Games will include seven new events in their 109-event program. As noted, these are the second Olympics to have to content with the coronavirus, and foreign spectators are once again banned from traveling and watching the Games in person . Finally, and for the first time ever, you won’t need a cable subscription to catch all of the action. NBC announced Wednesday that it will stream all of the upcoming Winter Games in Beijing on Peacock, the network’s subscription-based streaming platform. Peacock will be the comprehensive place to access every second of coverage across all 15 sports, but you have other options to watch your favorite events as well. Below we’ve rounded up all the ways for you to tune into this year’s Olympic Games from the comfort of your home. If you want to watch on network TV NBCUniversal is the exclusive official Olympics broadcaster, meaning your local NBC station will be the only place to watch the Games via network TV. While exact details have yet to be released, history tells us that NBCUniversal’s competition coverage […]