March Madness 2018 is here as the excitement builds for the NCAA Tournament selection show on Sunday, March 11.

There are some big changes in store for this year's selection show and not everyone is thrilled. The biggest for those who have watched it for decades on CBS/WFMY News 2, it won't be there this year.

The two-hour show will be airing on TBS starting at 6 p.m. ET / 3 p.m. PT.

Where to find TBS:

Spectrum Cable: 008 and 104

DISH - 139

DirecTV- 247

Comcast - 66/826

While CBS and Turner Sports have been partnering on NCAA Tournament coverage since 2011 the official unveiling of the tournament bracket has typically been shown on CBS. TBS will also host the Final Four.

With the network change also comes a change in venue. The show will be broadcast from a new studio in Atlanta and feature a live audience.

WFMY News 2 will be live at UNCG as they wait to hear their selection of who they will play and where.

Perhaps the biggest change is the plan to reveal all 68 teams in the NCAA Tournament during the first 10 minutes of the show. CBS and Turner executives said the matchups will then be unveiled one region at a time. They say fans will know the entire bracket within the first 45 minutes of the show.