It is time for the 2018 NCAA Tournament people! Here is what you need to know to watch TNT on Comcast.
Every year the month of March comes around, and that means that the madness known as the NCAA Basketball Tournament is back! For the fans of college basketball, this is BY FAR the most exciting time of the year, and for good reason. It really cannot get much better than countless hours sitting by the TV waiting for the next riveting game to start.
Every year, the NCAA and CBS will be showing all of the games across multiple networks as the tournament goes along. CBS is once again the main provider for all of the tournament action as well as the host for the Final Four and National Championship games. But until that final weekend is upon us, games will also be broadcast on TruTV, TBS and TNT.
The NCAA Tournament does not begin when the First round tips off because we first have to have the play in games, or First Four, on Mar. 13 and 14 in Dayton, Ohio. The First and Second Rounds will be shown from Mar. 15 through the 18th, and the Regionals (Sweet 16 and Elite 8) take place from Mar. 22 through the 25th. and they all lead up to the Final Four, which takes place on Mar. 31 and the Championship Game game is on Apr. 2.
Here is how you can watch TNT during the 2018 NCAA Tournament on Comcast:
Comcast Xfinity: Check here for TNT listings in your area
Another option to watch all of the March Madness action is through Sling TV. Sling TV offers their own subscribers access to TNT as part of its own basic package, and that will allow you to access to both the television and live streaming option from your mobile devices. Sling TV will provide access to TNT throughout the tournament, as well as TruTV and TBS, while Hulu will only allow you to stream the games through CBS.
Be sure to follow along with FanSided for all of the 2018 NCAA Tournament action.