The Grammy Awards are upon us! The Grammys are set to air on CBS again in 2019, with additional red carpet pre-show coverage expected from CBS, and possibly other sources like Billboard.
2019 marks an increase in the number of nominees for the general field categories– a record of the year, an album of the year, the song of the year, and best new artist–from five to eight.
Alicia Keys, a 15-time Grammy winner, will host the 2019 ceremony. Stars including Lady Gaga, Cardi B, Kacey Musgraves, Post Malone and many more of today’s hottest artists will be recognized and some will perform. Find out how you can tune in and watch the 61st Grammy Awards below.
Grammys 2019 Viewing Details
How to Watch Grammy Awards 2019 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 Grammy Awards 2019 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 Grammy Awards 2019 Without Cable
In addition to CBS All Access, some other television streaming services also include access to a live stream of your local CBS station. However, the availability of CBS is more limited on these services than it is on CBS All Access.
Here are some of the live television streaming services that offer CBS:
- YouTube TV – Check availability
- DirectTV Now – Check availability
- Hulu with Live TV – Check availability
- PlayStation Vue – Check availability