Selection Sunday is here as the field of 68 for the 2016 NCAA Tournament will be set as the madness of March begins. Users of third-gen Apple TV are somewhat out of luck, as they'll only get games broadcast on CBS via the CBS apps and must have a cable subscription to watch them, but there is a workaround that we'll mention below...
According to the NCAA release, the first and second-round courts will feature different accent colors with changing details to indicate the stage of the tournament (rounds) and have the new March Madness logo at center court.
CBS Sports and Turner Sports' joint coverage of the 2016 NCAA Tournament includes the return of NCAA March Madness Confidential, providing exclusive, behind-the-scenes access of NCAA Tournament teams.
But there is an easy way to live stream nearly every NCAA game without paying a penny. The apps are "TV Everywhere" apps, however, which means you need a login from a cable or satellite TV provider in order to watch every game.
It's a pain, but if you are a cord cutter it's the cheapest way to go about streaming all of the games, although there is one more... There's no counter to check your time use, but you will be given alerts for how much time you have left while you're watching.
TBS, truTV and TNT - all pay channels - will be broadcasting the games live, but you will need login credentials to watch the 46 Turner Sports games, including the Final Four and the championship match.
The Apple TV app (on the new fourth generation model) even lets you watch two games side-by-side.