Watch Olympic Channel on Connected TV
Now there are more ways to watch your favourite content from Olympic Channel.
This week, Olympic Channel became available on connected TV devices for Android TV and Apple TV.
It will also launch on Roku in January, bringing fans closer to the Olympic Movement all year round.
Among the content initially available on connected TV devices is a 24/7 live streaming channel featuring original programming, Olympic Games event replays and other Olympic-related content.
Welcome to the Olympic Channel
Welcome to the Olympic ChannelThis is the new beginning. A new way to revel in the greatest stories ever told in sport - available any time you want, anywhere you want.
There are also hundreds of hours from the Olympic Channel Library of original content comprising more than 50 series developed with top production companies from more than 25 countries. Highlights include:
- Five Rings Films: Olympic Channel’s signature sports documentary series is produced by Hollywood legend Frank Marshall and Mandalay Sports Media. Directed by some of the biggest names in film from around the world, the feature-length films include The Nagano Tapes, which tells the inspiring underdog story of the Czech Republic’s stunning gold medal win in men’s ice hockey in 1998; The People’s Fighters, which examines Cuba’s boxing culture highlighting the career of the legendary Teofilo Stevenson; and The Golden Generation which spotlights Argentina's Men’s National Team’s historic run to claim gold at the Athens 2004 Olympic Basketball Tournament.
- Original Series: From the heart-warming stories of athletes who overcame adversity in Against All Odds to the Webby award-winning Identify about the journeys of transgender athletes and the fitness-based Hitting the Wall which pits influencers against Olympians, Olympic Channel provides an entertaining, inspiring and action-packed look at the everyday lives of athletes.
Future plans for programming on connected TV devices include live events in select territories in collaboration with Olympic Channel’s federation partners.
10 Must-Watch Videos on Olympic Channel
Online or on-the-go, you can relive the excitement of the Olympics whenever you want!
Here’s a quick list of videos you won’t want to miss:
There’s a reason why the story of these Czech ice hockey underdogs is the most watched documentary on Olympic Channel.
If you haven’t watched it yet, you’re missing out… it’s more than a miracle!
Catch a wave with surfing legend Garrett McNamara and other big wave stars as they take on swells from Nazare to Mavericks and test their skills on mother nature’s playground.
Hang on for one gnarly hour!
Need some motivation? At 54, this sailor lost half a lung to cancer just months before the Rio 2016 Olympics, and he STILL won a gold medal!
Get your inner nerd on and go high-tech with athletes like rugby player Tom Mitchell who submits himself to physical and analytical tests to see just what makes his body elite. I’m in!
Olympians including snowboarder Gus Kenworthy visit refugee camps around the world and learn first-hand how sports helps to heal and has the power to change lives.
This is a real tearjerker so defintely have some tissues on standby.
India’s Shiva Keshavan is a six-time Winter Olympian, but lives in one of the hottest countries in the world… so how does he compete on ice?
He’s literally one-in-a-billion!
Far From Home (Trailer)
Far From Home (Trailer)Meet the unlikely Olympic hopefuls who must overcome financial, cultural, and personal obstacles to qualify for PyeongChang.
Skateboarding will make its Olympic debut at the Tokyo 2020 Summer Games, and this local, old school crew of skateboarders can’t wait to see what the new generations come up with.
Bring it on!
This award-winning series about transgender athletes introduces you to the real-life experiences these LGBTQ athletes face in order to pursue their passions and live an authentic life.
Music and sport go together like cake and ice cream! Who knew that world-renowned French DJ David Guetta is an Olympic fanatic?
He narrates his favourite Olympic moment in this short, super-fun video.
Everyone remembers when North and South Korea marched together at the Opening Ceremony of the 2018 Winter Olympics in PyeongChang, but did you know there were cameras following their every move?
The insider’s story of their combined women’s ice hockey team is captured in this astounding documentary.
Just drop the remote! Check out the 24/7 streaming Olympic Channel TV to watch replays from the Olympic Games, original programming, other Olympic-related content, and more!