The 2022 NCAA Tournament is here, and the college basketball games will be shown on four channels: CBS, TBS, TNT, and truTV. The latter is a channel that many people forget exists in the other 11 months of the year, but it’s all of a sudden a must-find come March Madness.

And for Tuesday and Wednesday night’s First Four games (headlined on Tuesday with a matchup of two 12-seeds in the Indiana Hoosiers and the Wyoming Cowboys), the games — located in Dayton — are only on truTV.

So, that has college basketball fans scrambling to find out if they have truTV (and where that channel is located).

First, here are some examples of people that are trying to find truTV, along with some mocking of the annual March Madness tradition:

And here are just some services that carry truTV for those still struggling to find it :

Hulu Plus, YouTubeTV, Sling TV, DirecTV (channel 246), Dish (channel 242), AT&T UVerse (channel 1164), Spectrum, and Xfinity. It can also be streamed on NCAA March Madness Live.

Be prepared for many Impractical Jokers promos.

[Photo Credit: truTV]

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