NBC Only Aired 60% Of The Winter Games Closing Ceremony Last Night, So Here's The 40% You Missed

As usual, NBC’s tape-delayed Olympic closing ceremony broadcast left much of the festivities on the editing room floor. More than 51 minutes, to be exact, or 40% of the overall show. Here’s some of what the Peacock Network decided was beneath you; a sped-up version of everything you missed is in the above video.

How NBC Flubbed Its Coverage, Reported The Wrong Gold Medalist, Then Botched The Correction Of One Of The Most Stunning Upsets In Olympic History

When Ester Ledecká crossed the finish line of this morning’s run of the women’s Super-G a hundredth of a second ahead of reigning gold medalist Anna Veith, the Czech couldn’t believe she’d beaten the Austrian champ. Ledecká, after all, is best known for her achievements in a completely different event: snowboarding,…

NBC's Opening Ceremony Broadcast Edited Out 23 Minutes Of The Event, So Here's What You Missed

NBC’s tape-delayed Olympic opening ceremony broadcast, as usual, didn’t manage to air the entire event. While the Peacock Network continues to improve upon previous years’ heavy hand in editing, they still sliced off 23 minutes in the 14 hours that passed before it finally hit NBC’s airwaves. Here’s a breakdown of…

NFL Cancels New Year's Eve Sunday Night Football Game After Realizing It Scheduled A New Year's Eve Sunday Night Football Game

If you were looking forward to spending your New Year’s Eve in front of the TV with Al Michaels and Cris Collinsworth, feel free to make other plans as the NFL announced tonight it was canceling the season-ending Sunday Night Football game—making it the first time since 1977 that the NFL regular season will not end…

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