They don’t call it March Madness for nothing.
The first dizzying rounds of the yearly NCAA Tournament feel like a non-stop blur. Game after game, you watch in suspense as your bracket either succeeds triumphantly or fails miserably. And with the constant blitz of excitement, amusement and frustration, normal life fades into the background as the madness sets in.
Unfortunately, you can’t put the rest of your life on pause whenever the next game starts—and you can only take so many sick days before your boss catches on. Chances are you’ll need to miss a game or two (or four… or five…), but that doesn’t mean you’re out of luck.
Thankfully, there’s always a way to watch the game, no matter the scenario you find yourself in:
When you can’t make it home on time…
If you’ve got an ImOn Cable TV subscription, you automatically get access to ImOn’s Watch TV Everywhere, our streaming platform that lets you watch live programming from channels you already subscribe to, including the NCAA March Madness channel.
All you need is an Internet connection and a mobile device, tablet, or computer, and you can watch the games from anywhere at any time—like right now.
Find out what channels are included in your TV Everywhere package here.
When you’ve got to prioritize…
One TV households know the feeling: you want to watch the tournament, but someone else insists on watching their favorite show or a different game. Thankfully, no one needs to battle it out or make any ultimatums. Slingshot DVR lets you watch and record programs simultaneously so everyone can be happy. (It also comes in handy when the game runs into overtime and you don’t want to miss the start of the next one.)
When you actually get a chance to watch the game from home…
2018 NCAA Championship games air March 13-31 on TBS, CBS, TNT and truTV. Here are the channel listings:
ImOn TV, Standard Definition Channels
TBS – 061
CBS – 002
TNT – 057
truTV – 072
ImOn TV, High Definition Channels
TBS – 861
CBS – 802
TNT – 857
truTV – 872
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