Peacock is the best place to stream the Tokyo Olympics. It has live coverage of many of the Games’ most important events, new daily live shows and original programming. You can stream almost all of the Tokyo Olympics for free. allows new viewers to sign up using an email address.

Peacock provides live coverage every morning. This includes major events like?men’s/women’s gymnastics,?track & field and?men’s/women’s?track & field. Peacock’s morning broadcast will be hosted jointly by Akbar Gbajabiamila, Matt Iseman, and Akbar Gbajabiamila.”Tokyo LIVE.”Laurie Hernandez, a two-time Olympic gold medalist, will be a studio analyst for gymnastics with Olympic medalist Bridget Sloan (three-time Olympian) and John Roethlisberger (calling the action live at all men’s and ladies’ gymnastics events). Bill Spaulding will call track and field play-by-play alongside Olympian analysts Tim Hutchings and Alysia Montaño.

Peacock will stream live coverage of the men’s basketball games throughout the series, starting with USA vs. France July?25. Bob Fitzgerald, an analyst and gold medalist in the NBA, will call basketball play-by-play with Vince Carter and Fran Fraschilla. These games are available on Peacock Premium.

Peacock will be hosting new contributors and hosts to keep fans up-to-date on the Tokyo Games. Amber?Ruffin, a comedian and host will be available on the ground for her humorous analyses of the competition. The hilarious commentary series “Olympic Highlights with Kevin Hart and Snoop Dogg”This will include a recap of the Olympics’ most outstanding displays of athleticism, as well the embarrassing moments. Rich Eisen?will host “Tokyo Gold,”A daily, comprehensive overview of the most captivating performances of the day. Lindsay Czarniak and Lolo Jones will host. “On Her Turf”At the Olympics, the first NBC Olympics special dedicated to women’s sports coverage.

Each evening, Cari Champion? and Kenny Mayne? will host?”Tokyo Tonight,”Jac Collinsworth will be an on-site contributor, bringing fans into the Games with fast turnaround highlights and feature stories.

Are you looking for ways to enjoy the Olympics in a variety of different ways? Peacock will also be releasing new Original programming in conjunction with the Tokyo Olympics. “For Ball and Country,”The film follows some of America’s best men’s basketball athletes as they overcome their on-court rivalries, and create a star-studded team that will represent the country. “Golden: The Journey of USA’s Elite Gymnasts,”This documentary takes viewers behind-the scenes as Olympic gold medalist Laurie Hernandez competes for one of four Team USA spots. Additional Originals are available to screen “The ’96 Effect,” “The Sisters of ’96: The 1996 USA Women’s Olympic Soccer Team,” “Michael Phelps: Medals, Memories & More,” “The Greatest Race,”And “My Pursuit: Life, Legacy & Jordan Burroughs.”

Peacock fans will be able to stream additional sporting events after the Tokyo Olympics, which include upcoming Sunday Night Football matches, Premier League soccer matches and NTT IndyCar Series.

Register for a free account https://www.peacocktv.comTo never miss a moment, you can watch Peacock’s Tokyo Olympics programming, including playlists and highlights, full replays of events, and six Olympics channels.