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Summer Olympics

Summer Olympics

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  • Genre: Sports
  • Type: Live Action
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    Summer version of Winter Olympics 
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Plot Synopsis

The 2024 Olympic Games will take place July 26 - August 11, 2024, in Paris, France. Every day, NBC will provide Olympic fans with at least nine hours of daily coverage of the Summer Games' most exciting events. In a Summer Games first, Peacock will stream every sport and event, including all 329 medal events, providing fans with the most-comprehensive Olympic destination in U.S. media history. The 2024 Paris Olympics will be NBC's 19th Olympic games. NBCUniversal owns the U.S. media rights to the Olympic Games through 2032. This will be the third time Paris has hosted the Olympics (1900 and 1924), tying London for the most as a Summer Games host. Los Angeles (1932, 1984) will tie those two cities when it hosts the first Summer Games in the U.S. in 32 years in 2028. In a first, competitions will be held amidst iconic Parisian landmarks: beach volleyball at the Eiffel Tower, equestrian at the Palace of Versailles, and urban sports at Place de la Concorde.

Having led the medal count at every Summer Games since 1996, Team USA is expected to soar once again in Paris. A combination of expected returning stars -- including record-breaking athletes Katie Ledecky, Sydney McLaughlin-Levrone, and Noah Lyles -- new Olympic hopefuls, and dominant U.S. teams will have viewers riveted throughout the Games. The women of Team USA are expected to excel once again. The 2020 Tokyo Olympics was the third Summer Games in a row in which U.S. women won more than half of U.S. medals (58%). The women also won more medals in Tokyo (66) than all other nations except two. The U.S. women's basketball team will be vying for an unprecedented eighth consecutive gold medal, while the reigning world champion women's gymnastics and soccer teams will be looking to reclaim their spots on top of the Olympic podium. For the men, the Dream Team will be back and looking to take on an invigorated international field led by numerous NBA superstars, and, for the first time since 2008, Team USA will compete in the men's Olympic soccer tournament.