Final Four TV Schedule 2023

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Final Four TV Schedule 2023


The Final Four is finally here!

It’s been a crazy college basketball tournament and only four teams remain with a shot to win the National Championship in Houston.

Texas, Florida Atlantic, San Diego State, Miami, and UConn survived arguably the wildest brackets in history. Ready to watch? Here’s a look a the Final Four TV schedule for the 2023 NCAA Tournament.

March Madness Final Four Schedule 2023

In the two matchups, we first have No. 8 seed FAU taking on No. 5 seed San Diego State. Following that matchup, we will see No. 5 seed Miami taking on No. 4 seed Connecticut.

Here’s a look at the times for the matchups on Saturday, April 1, 2023.

Florida Atlantic (35-3) vs San Diego State (31-6) at 6:09 p.m. eastern time on CBS.

Miami (29-7) vs UConn (29-8) at 8:49 p.m. eastern time on CBS.

It’s been a hectic ride from the First Four until now. Winners will square off on Monday, April 3 for the national title. The site for the biggest weekend in the sport is NRG Stadium in Houston, Texas. One team has a date with destiny on Monday night as they hope to be crowned champions.

How to Watch March Madness Final Four

The Final Four games will be broadcasted on CBS.

We saw games for the entire tournament on CBS, truTV, TNT, and TBS. The Final Four and National Championship Game are exclusively on CBS.

You can watch the game on the CBS network with traditional cable or if your streaming service carries the channel. The games will be called by Bill Raftery, Jim Nantz, Grant Hill, and Tracy Wolfson.

How to Stream March Madness Final Four

There are a few streaming options that carry the CBS channel and will allow you to catch the final March Madness games.

YouTube TV

YouTube TV has plenty of channels for streaming sports, including CBS. You can get a free trial so you will be able to watch the Final Four and Championship games.


Paramount is the official streaming service of CBS. You will be able to watch March Madness live if you sign up for this streaming service subscription. You can get a seven-day free trial if you want to watch March Madness 2023 on CBS sports and get it streamed through Paramount+.

Hulu+ Live TV

Hulu+ Live TV also carries NCAA March Madness live. You can watch the Final Four broadcast schedule on CBS with the streaming service.


FuboTV is another streaming option to check out the men’s March Madness schedule. You can start a free trial and watch the Final Four games on CBS.

NCAA Tournament Bracket Recap

No. 1 seeds Kansas, Alabama, Purdue, and Houston were all knocked out before the Elite Eight. Purdue was the second No. 1 seed ever to lose to a No. 16 seed, as they fell to Farleigh Dickinson in the first round. It was definitely a March Madness to remember!

Princeton made an incredible run to the Sweet 16 as a No. 15 seed beating Arizona and Missouri. It’s crazy to think strong teams like Texas, Tennessee, Alabama, and Arkansas all saw their NCAA March Madness hopes dashed before the Final Four.

Final Four TV Schedule FAQs

When is the Final Four?

The Final Four begins on Saturday, April 1, 2023. The first game starts at 6:09 p.m. ET on CBS.

What channel is the Final Four on?

You can watch the men’s basketball Final Four on CBS. You can stream March Madness games using services such as YoutTube TV, FuboTV, Paramount+, Hulu, and more.

Who is playing in the Final Four in 2023?

The four opponents of the Final Four include Florida Atlantic, San Diego State, UConn, and Miami.

Where is the Final Four in 2023?

The 2023 Final Four takes place in Houston, Texas. The games are played at NRG Stadium.

Author: Sam Russell

Sam hails from Grandville, Michigan. He has a rich sports background, including playing baseball at Central Michigan before covering high school sports and working with the Orlando Magic. He earned his degree from Central Michigan University and was a member of the 2010 MAC Championship baseball team. Sam grew his knowledge of sports betting while working with Betsperts in various areas such as writing, social media, betting research, and business development. He's a big fan of the NBA, NFL, and MLB, highly interested in data and statistics.