The 2018 awards season is upon us! Kicking everything off is the 75th Golden Globes. Each year, the Hollywood Foreign Press nominates the best of film and television. Check out the 2018 nominations here. Hosted by Seth Meyers, the awards air this Sunday, January 7 at 8pm ET on NBC.
Fortunately for us cord cutters, there are multiple options for tuning into Sunday’s awards show.
As a broadcast channel, NBC is one of many stations you can watch for free over-the-air. So all you need is an HDTV antenna to watch the Golden Globes! Not sure which antenna to get? You can use Mohu’s zip code tool to see which antenna works best in your area. Untangle.TV is another great resource to use if you’re looking to cut the cord. Simply enter what you like to watch and how you watch it, and Untangle.TV will tell you your unique cord cutting setup! And if you’re unable to watch the show live, be sure check out OTA DVR options.
If you live in select markets, NBC is available for live streaming on these services:
A newcomer to the streaming space, YouTube TV offers Live TV packages starting at $35 a month. See if your area includes NBC here.
Sling is one of the most popular streaming services and offers live local channels in certain areas. Packages begin at $20 per month and there are extra add-on’s available.
Starting at $35 a month, DirecTV Now is also a streaming service that recently added live channels to their lineup, including NBC. Check to see if you can stream the Globes live in your location here.
Hulu has recently expanded their live TV service to include 446 local channels. For $39.99 a month, you can access a wide variety of networks with options to add premium channels.
With basic packages starting at $39.99, Vue also has access to live local channels in select markets. Enter your zip code here to see if you can tune into NBC.
Extra streaming bonus: This year, Facebook will be exclusively streaming the Golden Globes pre-show events.
There are lots of options to watch the Golden Globes without cable! How will you be tuning in to see the winners on Sunday?
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