Peacock TV: 2024 Paris Olympics Programming

Peacock TV has announced the Originals, iconic series, beloved movies, must-watch sports, and more that are coming in July 2024.

Peacock will be the streaming home of the 2024 Paris Olympics (Fri., July 26, 2024 – Sun., Aug. 11, 2024), providing fans with the most comprehensive Olympic destination in U.S. media history. In a Summer Games first, the service will stream every sport and event, including more than 5,000 hours of live coverage and all 329 medal events, and will feature full-event replays; all NBC programming; curated video clips; virtual channels; original programming; and more.


Opening Ceremony: July 26
3×3 Basketball: July 30 – August 5
Archery: July 25, July 28- August 4
Artistic Gymnastics: July 27 – August 1, August 3-5
Artistic Swimming: August 5-7, August 9-10
Athletics (Track and Field): August 1-11Badminton: July 27 – August 5
Basketball: July 27 – August 4, August 6-11
Beach Volleyball: July 27 – August 10
Boxing: July 27 – August 4, August 6-10
Breaking: August 9-10
Canoe Slalom: July 27 – August 5
Canoe Sprint: August 6-10
Cycling: July 27 – August 11
Diving: July 27, July 29, July 31, August 2, August 5-10
Equestrian: July 27 – August 6
Fencing: July 27 – August 4
Field Hockey: July 27 – August 9
Soccer: July 24-25, July 27-28, July 30-31, August 2-3, August 5-6, August 8-10
Golf: Men: August 1-4, Women: August 7-10
Handball: July 25, July 27 – August 4, August 6-11
Judo: July 27 – August 3
Modern Pentathlon: August 8-11
Rhythmic Gymnastics: August 8 – 10
Rowing: July 27 – August 3
Rugby: July 24-25, July 27-30
Sailing: July 28 – August 8
Shooting: July 27 – August 5
Skateboarding: July 27-28, August 6-7
Sport Climbing: August 5-10
Surfing: July 27 – August 4
Swimming: July 27 – August 4
Table Tennis: July 27 – August 10
Taekwondo: August 7-10
Tennis: July 27 – August 4
Trampoline Gymnastics: August 2
Triathlon: July 30-31, August 5
Volleyball: July 27 – August 11
Water Polo: July 27 – August 11
Weightlifting: August 7-11
Wrestling: August 5-11
Closing Ceremony: August 11

NBC Paris 2024 Olympics key artwork.
NBC Paris 2024 Olympics key artwork. Courtesy of NBC.


On Peacock, fans can find all live events; simulcasts from NBC, Telemundo, USA and more; original series; event replays; highlight clips and more all in one place. In addition to streaming more than 5,000 hours of live coverage throughout the Games, including all 329 medal events, Peacock will also host a variety of new original content, including:


Olympic Highlights with Kevin Hart and Kenan Thompson, the commentary series on Peacock hosted by comedians Kevin Hart and Kenan Thompson, will bring their signature hilarious insights to recap the 2024 Olympics’ best and most unexpected moments throughout the Games.

The 8-episode series will roll out with 2-3 episodes per week beginning July 26 on Peacock, the same day as the Opening Ceremony. Hart and Thompson will be one-of-a-kind guides through the Paris Olympics, covering a mix of Olympic-themed in-studio competitions, conversations, and interviews.

Streams on Peacock 2-3x a week, from July 26 – August 11. Exact dates will be shared soon.


Alex Cooper, the multi-hyphenate creator, host, and executive producer of Call Her Daddy, the most listened-to podcast by women globally, will be at the Paris Olympic Games this summer to host Watch with Alex Cooper, a series of live interactive watch parties streaming on Peacock.

With her signature style, Cooper, who will be joined by special guests, will regale viewers with her take on some of the most high-profile Team USA events at the Olympics, including women’s soccer, gymnastics and basketball. The Watch with Alex Cooper interactive program will feature Cooper and friends live in a seamless picture-in-picture view sharing their thoughts and insights on the Olympic event and answering questions from fans on social in real time – all of which will add to the communal viewing experience and excitement around the Games.

Watch with Alex Cooper is the latest installment of Peacock’s “Watch with” programming, which allows fans to engage directly with popular personalities associated with a particular series or event. Past “Watch with” experiences have been hosted for Bel-Air, The Real Housewives of Beverly Hills, The Real Housewives of Miami and the Eurovision 2023 finale.

Streams on Peacock starting July 28 and during select Olympic events. Exact dates will be shared soon.


Scott Hanson, Andrew Siciliano, Matt Iseman and Akbar Gbajabiamila will serve as hosts of the Gold Zone whip-around show, which will stream for the first time live on Peacock during NBCUniversal’s coverage of the Paris Olympic Games. Gold Zone will stream live on Peacock from 7 am – 5 pm ET each day from July 27 – Aug. 10.

With up to 40 events happening simultaneously during the Games, Gold Zone will present viewers with the best and most compelling moments happening at any time. The daily live show will guide fans through the excitement, triumphs, and emotion of the Games, scanning all the events that day to provide viewers with the most exhilarating moments and key races, routines, and finishes as they unfold live. Gold Zone’s daily offering will provide viewers with the most comprehensive and all-encompassing live whip-around coverage of any Olympic Games to date.

Streams live daily on Peacock from 7 a.m. to 5 p.m. ET, from July 27 – August 10.


Peacock’s viewing experience for the Olympic Games Paris 2024 — which will be the most comprehensive streaming destination ever for the Olympic Games — will introduce industry-first interactive features that help fans navigate more than 5,000 hours of live coverage throughout the Games, including all 329 medal events.

Peacock’s extensive Olympics hub will feature curated rails of live and upcoming events, dedicated in-depth hubs for every sport, medal standings, an interactive schedule and more.

Peacock also recently unveiled three new features coming to the platform – Your Daily Olympic Recap on Peacock, Peacock Discovery Multiview and Peacock Live Actions – that will help fans discover and engage with the Olympics and other live programming in new, innovative ways.

Your Daily Olympic Recap on Peacock

Peacock is harnessing A.I. technology to present “Your Daily Olympic Recap on Peacock,” a first-of-its-kind, personalized experience complementing NBCUniversal’s comprehensive coverage of the Olympic Games Paris 2024. In collaboration with Emmy Award-winning, Hall of Fame announcer Al Michaels and powered by generative A.I. and A.I. voice synthesis technology, “Your Daily Olympic Recap on Peacock” will provide fans with their own customized playlist featuring highlights of the events most relevant to them from the previous day. Each compilation will feature clips from NBCU’s Olympics coverage and be narrated by a high-quality A.I. re-creation of Michaels’ voice.

“Your Daily Olympic Recap on Peacock” is tailored to the Olympics fan on-the-go and will be available to Peacock subscribers starting July 27 at on all supported web browsers as well as on the Peacock app on select mobile and tablet devices.

To receive “Your Daily Olympic Recap on Peacock,” fans can visit the Olympic hub and Home page of Peacock ( starting July 27 and opt into the types of highlights they would like to see, including their three favorite sports and preferred topics, such as behind-the-scenes and backstories, top competition, viral and trending moments, and a spotlight on international teams. The first edition on July 27 will be highlights from the Opening Ceremony and starting July 28, after the first full day of events, personalized versions for each individual will be available.

Peacock Discovery Multiview 

With up to 40 live events happening simultaneously, Peacock Discovery Multiview will offer an industry-first, enhanced four-view experience that helps users navigate to the most important events, with real-time on-screen descriptions from NBCU’s Olympic experts informing viewers about what is at stake, such as a medal event, an elimination risk or a first-time Olympian. In addition, a traditional Multiview experience featuring up to four matches on one screen will be available for sports such as soccer, track & field, and wrestling.

Both Multiview options will allow users to move around the screens, switch the audio and click through to watch full screen and dive deeper into the action. Peacock will offer up to four Multiview options concurrently, giving fans the opportunity to choose what they are most excited to watch. Peacock will be the first standalone streaming app to offer a Multiview experience across smart TVs, streaming devices, web browsers and tablets. 

Peacock Live Actions

Peacock Live Actions is a new interactive tool that lets fans choose their own viewing journey during live and primetime coverage, and follow the events they are most interested in watching.

Peacock Live Actions will come to life in programming like Gold Zone, Peacock’s live whip-around show, guiding viewers to the best and most exciting moments happening during the Paris Olympic Games. Through Peacock Live Actions on-screen prompts, fans watching Gold Zone will now be able to choose to continue watching the live feed of a specific event instead of staying with the Gold Zone coverage. Peacock Live Actions will also allow viewers watching the NBC Primetime simulcast to add upcoming events to their “My Stuff” list to watch later.

Experience the Olympic Games Paris 2024 on Peacock

In addition to these new features, Peacock will provide fans with an intuitive, easy-to-navigate Olympics destination that will allow every kind of fan – both avid and casual – to view the Olympic Games in the way that best fits their interests or timetable. Features of Peacock’s Olympics hub include:

  • Spotlight of the biggest live events prominently displayed at the top of the screen when fans enter the Olympics hub.
  • A “Browse by Sport” rail to allow fans to quickly find all live events, highlights and replays for their favorite competitions. Fans can easily jump between different sports hubs through connected navigation at the top of their screens.
  • A new “Search by Star Athlete” feature, so fans can find live events or replays that include their favorite athletes, regardless of whether they are an individual competitor or part of a team sport. As in previous Olympics, fans can also search by sport, event, and team —including country names and three-letter country codes.
  • An enhanced Interactive Schedule, so fans can plan their Olympics viewing day-by-day, join events live, watch replays or add events to their “My Stuff” to watch later.
  • Up-to-date Medal Standings sponsored by Delta for fans to keep track of every country competing in Paris.
  • Peacock’s award-winning “Catch Up with Key Plays,” which allows fans to easily access key moments when joining an in-progress game or revisiting their favorite plays, will now be available for basketball and golf, in addition to soccer.
  • For fans of a traditional lean-back watching experience, Peacock will offer three unique content offerings within the Channels feature, including:
    • Paris Extra 1: A team sports-focused channel featuring events such as basketball, handball, water polo, field hockey and more.
    • Paris Extra 2: A combat and racket sport-focused channel featuring events such as judo, taekwondo, badminton, table tennis and more.
    • Best of Paris: A highlights channel that will show a reel of the best moments from every event, updating throughout each day.

Stay up-to-date on the 2024 Paris Olympics schedule by visiting

The Paris 2024 Olympics will take place July 26-Aug. 11, 2024 and air or stream across the NBC family of networks and Peacock.

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Danielle Solzman

Danielle Solzman is native of Louisville, KY, and holds a BA in Public Relations from Northern Kentucky University and a MA in Media Communications from Webster University. She roots for her beloved Kentucky Wildcats, St. Louis Cardinals, Indianapolis Colts, and Boston Celtics. Living less than a mile away from Wrigley Field in Chicago, she is an active reader (sports/entertainment/history/biographies/select fiction) and involved with the Chicago improv scene. She also sees many movies and reviews them. She has previously written for Redbird Rants, Wildcat Blue Nation, and Hidden Remote/Flicksided. From April 2016 through May 2017, her film reviews can be found on Creators.

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