Day 5 of the Sochi Olympics kicks off early Monday morning, and there are some events that Americans actually get to watch live on their televisions.
NBC is doing its usual tape delay for the primetime window, but it has a handful of events scheduled to air live on sister networks NBCSN, MSNBC, USA Network and CNBC. The big event on Monday will be curling, with a bunch of qualification rounds taking place. Viewers can see women's curling live on USA Network early in the morning. The women's ice hockey team will be on NBCSN, as the Americans hope to build off their big 3-1 win over Finland. For Canadian fans, MSNBC will show the Canada-Finland match live. NBCSN will also carry the men's speed skating 500m final and a luge run.
Here's the schedule of events slated to air on television. As always, you can catch the events on NBC's website if you have a cable subscription. Or you can just wait for the tape delay broadcast on the NBC mothership, which begins at 8 p.m. ET.
(all times below are ET)
Canada vs. Germany - 3 a.m., NBCSN
USA vs. Norway - 10 a.m. live, will air on CNBC at 5 p.m.
USA vs. Switzerland - 5 a.m., USA Network
Sweden vs. Great Britain - 10 a.m., NBCSN
USA vs. Switzerland - 5 a.m., NBCSN
Finland vs. Canada - 10 a.m., MSNBC
Men's 500m (medal event) - 7:30 a.m., NBCSN
Women's singles - 9:45 a.m., NBCSN
Men's 12.5k pursuit (medal event) - 10 a.m. live, will air on NBC at 6 p.m.