All of the information you need from the selection show to the championship game you can find here.

You no longer have to wait for the whole show to see if your favorite team is in or out. TBS has announced that the new format of the show will not be bracket by bracket like it has been in the past.

The new format will unveil all 68 teams that are going to be in the tournament in the first 10 minutes of the show. Then it will spend the rest of the time breaking down what seed each team will be, what bracket they will be in, and who they will play against.

The selection show will be Sunday, March 11th at 5:00 PM-CDT. You can even stream the selection show online at NCAA.com/march-madness-live.

The tournament itself will air on CBS, TBS, TNT, and TruTV. But the Final 4, March 31st, will be exclusive to TBS.

March Madness 2018 dates and schedule

  • First Four play-in games
    • Played in: Dayton
    • Dates: March 13-14
  • First and Second Rounds
    • Played in: Pittsburgh, Wichita, Dallas, Boise, Charlotte, Detroit, Nashville and San Diego
    • Dates: March 15-18
  • Midwest Regional
    • Played in: Omaha
    • Dates: March 23 & 25
  • West Regional
    • Played in: Los Angeles
    • Dates: March 22 & 24
  • South Regional
    • Played in: Atlanta
    • Dates: 22 & 24
  • East Regional
    • Played in: Boston
    • Dates: 23 & 25
  • Final Four
    • Played in: San Antonio
    • Dates: March 31
  • Championship Game
    • Played in: San Antonio
    • Dates: April 2