The end of award show season is quickly approaching, and the Grammy awards is one of the largest of the year. If you’re looking to see who wins and what everyone wears, here’s how you can stream it without cable.
As the last major awards show before the Oscars, you might be wondering how you can catch the Grammys on January 26, at 8 p.m. ET/5 p.m. PT. Because the event will broadcast on the CBS network, you have a good number of streaming service options to choose from.
CBS All Access
CBS All Access is the way to get all of your favorite CBS shows right on your devices. The service will have a stream on its website and app for the Grammys. To watch it, you’ll have to sign up for the service which costs $ 6 a month. There is a one-week free trial that lets you try the service before fully committing.
If you’re looking for access to more than just CBS content, Hulu Live might be a good option for you. For $ 55 a month, you can have access to tons of live channels where you can watch the Grammys as well as the Oscars when they roll around. There is a one-week free trial, so test the streaming service to see if it has enough available channels you can enjoy for that price.
AT&T TV Now
AT&T TV Now is another live streaming service that’s more on the expensive side. Coming in at $ 65 a month, it’s one of the more pricey services considering it only has 45+ channels to choose from. You will be able to watch the Grammys and the Oscars with this service. You also get a seven-day free trial to ensure you’re getting your money’s worth.
As one of the cheapest options that streams CBS, YouTube TV is a wonderful option. For $ 50 a month, you get to choose from 70+ channels plus local sports and news. You can sign up for a free five-day trial if you’re considering cutting the cord.
With all the ways to stream the Grammys, you’ll be able to see every second of the show. From the red carpet to the after-party, you’ll be able to watch every one of your favorite artists without having to rack up a huge cable bill.
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