Don’t Miss One Shining Moment: A Quick Guide to Watching March Madness 2023

Don’t Miss One Shining Moment: A Quick Guide to Watching March Madness 2023 Don’t Miss One Shining Moment: A Quick Guide to Watching March Madness 2023

Get ready for March Madness 2023! I’m sure you’ve heard the term “March Madness” before but if you don’t know how to get in on the action (or even what it is), fear not–2aDays has you covered with our March Madness viewing guide.

What is March Madness?

March Madness is an annual college basketball tournament organized by the National Collegiate Athletic Association (NCAA) that takes place in March and April, featuring 68 men’s and 68 women’s teams from across the United States. The tournament typically begins with the First Four games, which are set to take place on March 14-15, 2023 in Dayton, Ohio for the men’s teams. The winners of these games advance to the main tournament, which is divided into four regions: East, West, Midwest, and South.

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What’s the Schedule?

For the men’s tournament, the first and second rounds are scheduled to take place on March 16-19, with games being played at various sites across the country. The Sweet 16 and Elite Eight rounds will take place on March 23-26, with the Final Four scheduled for April 1-3 at NRG Stadium in Houston, TX.

The women’s tournament begins on Wednesday, March 15 and concludes on Sunday, April 2. The sites for the First Four (March 15-16), First Round (March 17-18), and Second Round (March 19-20) games have not yet been determined as the top 16 seeds will host. The Sweet 16 is set to take place on March 24-25, Elite Eight on March 26-27, and Final Four on March 31.

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As always, the tournament will be a single-elimination format, with teams needing to win six games in a row in order to be crowned the national champions. The teams that make it to the Final Four are typically among the best in the country, the games are often closely contested and full of drama, and upsets are pretty common (hence the name “March Madness”).

How Can I Watch?

March Madness 2023 will be broadcast on several networks, including CBS, TBS, TNT, and truTV. The games will be available to watch on cable and satellite TV, as well as streaming services that offer these channels. The NCAA women’s basketball tournament games will air on ESPN, ABC, ESPN2 and ESPNU. This year, the championship game will be broadcast on ABC for the first time. ESPN has aired the tournament for the past two seasons.

If you have a cable or satellite TV subscription, you should be able to watch the games on CBS, TBS, TNT, and truTV. You can check with your TV provider to see if these channels are included in your package.

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If you don’t have a cable or satellite TV subscription, you can still watch the games by streaming them online. Several streaming services offer CBS, TBS, TNT, and truTV, including:

Paramount+

Hulu + Live TV

YouTube TV

Sling TV

FuboTV

Keep in mind that some of these services require a subscription fee, so be sure to check the pricing and availability in your area.

Additionally, the NCAA March Madness Live app and website will offer live streaming of all the tournament games. The app is available for free download on Apple and Android devices, and the website can be accessed on any internet-enabled device.

Overall, there are many options available to watch March Madness 2023, both on TV and online. You should be able to find a viewing option that works best for you.


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* Originally published on March 13, 2023, by Kelly Wick

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