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- The Golden Globes will air on February 28 at 8pm ET on NBC.
- The annual awards honor the best films and TV shows of the year.
- If you do not have cable, you can watch the show through services such as Sling, Fubo TV, and Hulu Live TV.
Despite a delay of nearly two months due to the pandemic, the Golden Globe Awards are set to go live on February 28th. Although the past year has seen a dramatic drop in theater presence across the country, that has not stopped the entertainment industry from releasing a number of new films and shows that deserve recognition.
Comedians Tina Fey and Amy Poehler will host the show from two different venues, marking the first bicoastal event in the show’s history. Fey will host the show from New York’s Rainbow City Room while Poehler will host the show from the Beverly Hilton in Beverly Hills. Applicants will be spread across the globe and broadcast from different regions.
The festivities begin Sunday with a preview starting at 6:30 pm ET. Following the pre-show streams on Twitter and goldenglobes.com, the Golden Globes will air at 8pm ET on NBC. Here’s how you can watch the ceremony live on February 28th.
How to watch the Golden Globes
The Golden Globes will air on February 28 at 8pm ET on NBC. Before the main event, you can watch the preview between 6:30 pm and 8pm ET on goldenglobes.com and @goldenglobes on Twitter. There will also be a preview on NBC at 7pm ET.
You can catch the ceremony on NBC via cable or TV over the air. The show will also be broadcast on NBC.com and the NBC app if you have a verified pay-TV account. If you want to watch the Golden Globes on NBC without cable, there are several streaming options you can use as well.
Live streaming services by NBC
Sling TV is one of the cheapest live TV streaming options for watching the Golden Globes. The Sling Blue plan costs $ 35 per month and offers 44 channels, including your local NBC station. New members can take a three-day trial. If you don’t want a test, you can opt for $ 10 off your first month instead.
NBC is only available in select markets through Sling, so you need to confirm that your city has support before you sign up.
Locast is another cheap streaming option with access to the Golden Globes. Locast is a non-profit streaming service with local channels, meaning you can watch networks like NBC, CBS, ABC, and Fox without paying a dime.
As such, the free option is interrupted from time to time by grant requests. You have to pay $ 5 per month to support the service if you want to avoid a pesky break during the Golden Globes and other programs. On the downside, Locast is only available in select markets and only offers local stations. If you want more channels, you need a service like Sling or Hulu + Live TV.
Other streaming services, such as Fubo TV, Hulu + Live TV, and YouTube TV, all cost $ 65 per month and also include NBC in select markets. If you are looking for the biggest channels, Fubo TV Family plan is the preferred choice with over 122. At the same time, Hulu service has about 65 channels but it also includes access to all Hulu shows and movies on demand.
somewhere in the middle, with about 85 channels.
All three services offer a free one-week trial for new members.
AT&T TV will also be on the Golden Globes on their local NBC channel. The cheapest non-contract plan costs $ 70 per month. You can sign up for a two-year contract and pay $ 60 per month for your first year, but you will be locked into larger payments in your second year.
Unlike most other services in this article, AT&T TV does not include free trial.
Sin subscribers can watch the Golden Globes the day after they fly
If you can wait to see the show after it goes live, you can stream the Golden Globes for free through Peacock starting Feb. 29. The show will be included with the plan with no support. any cost.
If you want even more content, you can sign up for a $ 5 per month Peacock Premium Plus plan, or a $ 10 per month Peacock Premium Plus (no ad) plan. The streaming service includes classic comedies like “Parks & Recreation” and “The Office,” along with movies like “Kick-Ass” and “I Am Legend.”
You can find out more about Peacock pricing, shows and movies in our full Peacock guide.
Golden Globes 2021 named
Candidates for the Golden Globes are spread across several categories for film and TV. You can see a full list of nominees here.
Best Picture nominees in the drama category include several movies that you can stream right now, such as Netflix’s “Mank” and “The Trial of the Chicago 7,” as well as “Nomadland” at Hulu and Focus Features’ “Promising Young Woman.”
Meanwhile, Disney’s “Hamilton” and Hulu’s “Palm Springs” are among the contestants for Best Picture in the music or comedy sector. Disney also has two films for Golden Globes in the animated film category, including “Soul” and “Onward.”
The late Chadwick Boseman is up for an award for his work in “Ma Rainey’s Black Bottom,” and actress Maria Bakalova has been nominated for her performance in “Borat.” And, when it comes to TV, HBO’s “Lovecraft Country” and Disney’s “The Mandalorian” are among the nominees in the drama category.