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Catching every single March Madness game isn't easy, but if you want to try here is a breakdown of where each game will be available for viewing. A lot of these games take place during the work day so if you're working from home you might have just lucked out!
Turner will have the most games available and they'll be spread out across their networks TBS, TNT, and TruTV. While they'll have the most games (43 total), they won't be the most high stakes or biggest ones.
- TruTV will cover the First Four (play in games) and some of the first and second rounds.
- TNT will have 12 games including the first and second round matchups.
- Things get a bit more exciting on TBS which will broadcast the Sweet 16 and Elite 8.
CBS has the marquee matchups and the all important Final 4 and National Championship. They'll also have a few Sweet 16 and Elite 8 games as well but you may need to pay up to watch them since their streaming service Paramount+ is subscription only!