The event will be televised on NBC at 8 p.m. Eastern (on a one-hour delay from the actual ceremony), 7 p.m. Central and Mountain, and 8 p.m. Pacific. Viewers can also watch on the NBC Sports app or on NBCOlympics.com, but will be prompted for a log-in after 30 minutes.
Like the opening ceremony, Sunday’s festivities are expected to be more modest than Olympics past, directed by the same team as the opener. The Olympic flag will be passed to the host of the next summer games: get ready for Tokyo 2020.
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