The Winter Olympics schedule means that for events to take place in primetime in the U.S., they take place at odd hours in Pyeongchang.
With the Winter Olympics taking place in Pyeongchang, South Korea, the time difference has created a bit of a complication for all parties.
On Thursday, with the games kicking off, NBC broadcast the figure skating team competition in its first primetime broadcast.
While the programming began at 8 p.m. ET on NBC, in Pyeongchang, it was actually 10am on Friday.
As Mark Zeigler of the San Diego Tribune noted, the demands of NBC to show events in primetime creates a bit of a scheduling conflict.
Others also noted the crowd size for one of the games' most popular sports.
So while Americans will get to see the biggest events at convenient times, those events might be lacking somewhat in crowd noise.