March Madness 2023: Don't Miss the Final Four Basketball Tournament Games

How can you watch the NCAA championship games to see who'll come out on top? We'll tell you where to catch them.

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March Madness is coming to its epic conclusion this weekend, and we don't want to miss any of it. There are only four teams left in the bracket, and it's anyone's guess who will win. If you've missed a few games and you now want to catch the rest of the college basketball games this month, you still can. There's a lot to follow, but we'll keep it easy by telling you where to watch all three of these remaining games. Scroll down to see the current NCAA 2023 March Madness schedule.

What you need to watch 2023 March Madness:

For the men's Final Four, it's coming down to Miami vs. UConn and San Diego State vs. FAU. The women's Final Four will feature LSU vs. Virginia Tech and the South Carolina vs. Iowa. The winners of those games will then face each other for the NCAA championship title. If you want to see who's going to take home a trophy this weekend, stay tuned.

But first, how can you actually watch? There are plenty of options for you to look at ahead, or scroll down for the schedule.

Sling TV

You can watch all TV, including March Madness college basketball games, as they're airing -- along with your other favorite entertainment programs. Currently, Sling TV is offering a Basketball Bundle for Sling Orange + Sport Extra and you can pay as low as $30 for your first month. The current deal on all of their plans gets you half off your first month when you sign up. And you don't need a cable subscription. There's no contract with Sling TV, and subscriptions include 50 hours of DVR storage.  

Watch March Madness games live on Sling TV, $30 for your first month

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Hulu + Live TV

A subscription to Hulu Live TV offers access to all major channels airing 2023 March Madness games, including your local CBS channel, TBS, TNT and truTV. Plus, Hulu + Live TV can now be bundled with ad-supported Disney+ and ESPN+, giving you access to every 2023 March Madness game. You'll also get access to more than 65 other live and on demand channels with live sports, news and entertainment. 

Sign up for Hulu + Live TV and watch the 2023 NCAA Tournament, $70 a month

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Or just get ESPN+ separately for $10 a month if you want access to ESPN games only. Many of the women's NCAA games are on ESPN.

Sign up for ESPN+, starting at $10 a month

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You can watch all March Madness games premiering on CBS via the Paramount+ streaming service app. With a $10 monthly plan, you can watch it live as it's happening. Best of all, Paramount+ is offering a free seven-day trial right now, so you can get the app right away and watch the 2023 March Madness games for men's college basketball for free. 

Get Paramount+ and watch March Madness 2023, $10 a month plus a free seven-day trial

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Digital antenna

Most March Madness games will be broadcast on local CBS affiliates, so a digital antenna is a great option for watching the game if you don't have a cable or streaming subscription. This HDTV antenna, an Amazon bestseller, claims a 200-mile range and comes with an 17-foot-long coaxial cable. It's rated 4 stars by Amazon reviewers.

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What's the March Madness schedule for the Final Four 2023?

NCAA Women's Basketball Tournament – Greenville Regional
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How to watch the First Four NCAA March Madness live 2023

Don't miss a single moment of March Madness. These are the Final Four teams playing in NCAA March Madness live 2023, and they'll be airing on ESPN, CBS and ABC. You can view the full men's bracket on CBS Sports.

Friday, March 31 (Women's Final Four, all times EST)

  • No. 1 Virginia Tech vs. No. 3 LSU at 7 p.m. on ESPN
  • No. 1 South Carolina vs. No. 2 Iowa at 9:30 p.m. on ESPN

Saturday, April 1 (Men's Final Four, all times EST)

  • No. 5 San Diego State vs. No. 9 Florida Atlantic at 6:09 p.m. on CBS
  • No. 4 UConn vs. No. 5 Miami (Fla.) at 8:49 p.m. on CBS

Sunday, April 2 (Women's National Championship)

  • TBD vs. TBD at 3:30 p.m. EST on ABC

Monday, April 3 (Men's National Championship) 

  • TBD vs. TBD live stream at 9:20 p.m. EST on CBS

The best TV deals ahead of March Madness 2023  

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