Grammy Music Awards 2018: How To Watch The 60th Grammy Awards Online

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The Golden Globes kicked off award season last weekend as Hollywood gathered to celebrate the year in film, while the Grammy Awards is fast approaching to commemorate the music achievements of 2017, and make your Sunday nights a little less lonesome. There are a few changes set for this year. It’s the first time in more than a decade that the show will be held in NYC instead of LA, and while the Awards usually occur in February, it will be happening a little earlier due to the Winter Olympics next month.

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What can we expect? Cardi B and Bruno Mars will be performing their hit, “Finesse,” while Jay-Z and Kendrick Lamar are leading with eight and seven nominations, respectively. Tune in to see how you can watch the 60th Grammy Awards.


The Grammy Awards Viewing Details

Date: January 28, 2018
Time: 7:30 ET
TV Channel: CBS
Location:  Madison Square Garden, NYC
Host: James Corden
Performers: Childish Gambino, Cardi B, Bruno Mars, SZA, and more.


How To Watch The 2018 Grammy Awards Online

You can go to the CBS website and log in with your cable account information in order to stream the show. If you’re only interested in the red carpet coverage, you can start streaming on the site a few hours before the show.


How To Watch The 2018 Grammy Awards On Mobile

If you don’t have a television, you can download the CBS All Access app on your mobile device in order to stream the show. The streaming service costs $9.99 per month, but you can sign up for a week-long trial for free.


How To Watch The 2018 Grammy Awards Without Cable

If you don’t have cable, you can watch through Hulu Live TV on November 28. Hulu costs $39.99 per month, but there is a free trial option as well. There is also a lesser known deal with Hulu for student members of Spotify which you can read about here. Youtube also has a new live TV feature which includes CBS so you can watch the show there for $35 a month.


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