After a short break, the magic of the Olympics returns to Rio on Wednesday night with the Paralympics Opening Ceremony.
Featuring athletes who have one or more of 10 different impairments, the Paralympics consist of 23 sports and 11 days of fierce competition.
But, as with the Olympics, there needs to first be a party before the Games can officially get underway. Rio put an unbelievable show for the Olympics opening ceremony, and we’ll see what’s in store for an encore at the Paralympics.
Here’s everything you need to know about when and where to watch:
Paralympics Opening Ceremony Viewing Information
Date: Wednesday, September 7, 2016
Start Time: 7 p.m ET
TV Channel, USA: NBC Sports Network
TV Channel, Canada: CBC
Live Stream, Canada: CBC.ca
TV Channel, UK: Channel 4
Live Stream, UK: Paralympics.Channel4.com
TV Channel Elsewhere: You can click here for television rights in different countries around the world