The 2012 Olympics Opening Ceremony has begun! Watch the live coverage in London now.
NBC will not be livestreaming the Olympics Opening Ceremonies, but there are certain sites that are showing the BBC broadcast as it occurs live in London.
Over one million people are expected to watch the Opening Ceremonies on television. NBC will begin their coverage at 7:30 p.m, which will be a delayed taping of the live ceremony.
The $42 million Opening Ceremonies show was created by Danny Boyle, the Oscar-winning director of "Slumdog Millionaire." Over 62,000 people are in Olympic Park for the ceremony. For those who can't be there, the program can be watched on television or in a live stream on the internet.
"Our Isles of Wonder salutes and celebrates the exuberant creativity of the British genius in an opening ceremony that we hope will be as unpredictable and inventive as the British people," Boyle said.
To watch the live stream now, click on one of the links below. There may be some pop-ups, but they will go away after about 30 seconds and allow people to watch the Opening Ceremonies of the Olympics live.
Although they won't broadcast the Opening Ceremonies, NBC will broadcast live games here as the games continue through August 12.