March Madness bracket 2023: Updated schedule, TV channels for every Sweet 16, Elite Eight game

March Madness Sweet 16 bracket

After a wild first round that was overwhelmed by No. 16 Fairleigh Dickinson, who prevailed against No. 1 Purdue, the second round of March Madness 2023 could perhaps have been even better.

The weekend included exciting finishes, a No. 15 advancing into the Sweet 16 for the third straight year and three Bluebloods being eliminated. Kentucky, Kansas and Duke are out. Sixteen of America’s best teams will be there.

The Sweet 16 promises more drama. Florida Atlantic and Princeton are looking to extend their dream seasons, Dan Hurley and Eric Musselman will meet in a matchup of fiery coaches, and the last two remaining No. 1 seeds are hoping to just hold on for another game.

Once the Sweet 16 is complete, the Elite Eight could provide one of the most unusual Final Four fields in recent memory.

MORE: Watch NCAA tournament games live with Sling TV

Here’s everything you need to know to watch Sweet 16 and Elite Eight, including a full schedule and TV channels.

March Madness Live Bracket

For live tournament class updates and information on how to watch March Madness, see the links below.

TSN’s MARCH MADNESS headquarters
Live NCAA Bracket | TV Schedule | prediction tool

Printable bracket of the 2023 NCAA tournament

Get an updated, printable NCAA tournament bracket to fill out here. TSN will update the bracket during March Madness.

March Madness Sweet 16 bracket

2023 NCAA Tournament Schedule, Results

The March Madness 2023 schedule, from the Sweet 16 to the national championship game, will be updated as the NCAA tournament progresses. You can also follow scores and results on TSN’s March Madness Bracket live page.

(All times Easter)

sweet 16

Thursday, March 23rd

Friday March 24th

Elite Eight

Saturday March 25th

TBD vs. TBD6 p.mTBSMarch Madness Live, Sling TV
TBD vs. TBD8:30 p.mTBSMarch Madness Live, Sling TV

Sunday March 26th

TBD vs. TBD14 o’clockCBSMarch Madness Live, Paramount+
TBD vs. TBD4:55 p.mCBSMarch Madness Live, Paramount+

last four

Saturday April 1st

TBD vs. TBD6 p.mCBSMarch Madness Live, Paramount+
TBD vs. TBD8:30 p.mCBSMarch Madness Live, Paramount+

Monday, April 3rd

21 clockTBD vs. TBDCBSMarch Madness Live, Paramount+

How to watch and stream March Madness games in 2023

  • TV channel: TruTV, CBS, TNT, TBS
  • Live streams: NCAA March Madness Live, Sling TV, Paramount+

Four different networks will broadcast March Madness games: TruTV, CBS, TNT and TBS. CBS will carry games through the championship, including all Final Four games. TruTV will broadcast all First Four games and split the first and second round games between CBS, TNT and TBS. TBS and CBS share coverage of Sweet 16 and Elite Eight.

RoundTV channel
First FourTruTV
round 1TruTV, CBS, TNT, TBS
round 2TruTV, CBS, TNT, TBS
Sweet SixteenTBS, CBS
Elite EightTBS, CBS
last fourCBS
National ChampionshipCBS

NCAA March Madness live will broadcast live streams for all games, but basketball fans have other options.

Sling TV will broadcast all matches on TBS, TNT and TruTV during March Madness and will cover most of the first four rounds of the tournament. New subscribers can start at $20 for the first month, then $40 per month thereafter. The remaining games can be found on Paramount+ with a premium subscription ($9.99 per month) to watch the games on CBS.

Sling Blue & Paramount+YouTube TVfuboTVHulu + lifeDirectTV stream

NCAA Tournament Venues 2023

The Sweet 16 and Elite Eight games will be played in the four regions hosting the tournaments. The Final Four, on the other hand, will host both semifinals and the national championship in Houston, Texas.

Sweet 16/Elite EightLas VegasT-Mobile Arena
new YorkMadison Square Garden
Kansas City, Mo.T Mobile Center
Louisville, Ky.KFC Yummy! center
last fourHoustonNRG Stadium

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