What Time & Channel Is the Selection Sunday Show on Tonight?

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On Sunday, 68 teams will find out their 2017 NCAA tournament fate during the bracket reveal.

Though the Selection Show has turned into a painfully drawn-out affair (though this year’s show is only 90 minutes, compared to last year’s two-hour event), it’s undoubtedly exciting to see what bubble teams can stop sweating, what mid majors are in the best position to ruin brackets and what stands in the way between the favorites and a trip to Phoenix.

Essentially, Selection Sunday marks the beginning of what is one of the best weeks in sports.

So, here’s everything you need to know to get ready for the uncovering of the 2017 bracket:


Selection Sunday Viewing Info

Date: Sunday, March 12, 2017
Start Time: 5:30 p.m. ET
TV Channel: CBS
Printable Bracket: Click Here
Live Stream: March Madness Live. You can read on for a full rundown of how to watch on your computer or on other streaming devices:

Selection Sunday Show Live Stream

Desktop

A live stream of the Selection Show can be watched on your computer right here via NCAA.com.

Logging in to your TV or cable provider is required for unlimited access, which you’ll eventually want to do once the games start, but if you don’t sign in, you can still watch for free for three hours, which is long enough to cover the length of the 90-minute selection show.

You can read here for frequently asked questions and more information.


Mobile & Other Streaming Devices

If you’re looking to watch or mobile, tablet or other streaming devices, you can do so via the NCAA March Madness Live app, which is free to download in the following places:

App Store

Google Play Store

Amazon App Store

Windows App Store

Roku

It’s also compatible on Xbox One. You can click here for a complete list of compatible devices.

Note that logging into a TV or cable provider is required to watch on set top boxes, including Apple TV, Fire TV, Roku and Xbox.

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