The Golden Globes are tonight. Hosted by Seth Myers, the show airs live in NBC starting at 8pm and will likely run until 11pm, depending on how long everyone’s speeches go.
The easiest way to watch it is to just tune in to the live broadcast. Even if you’re not a cable subscriber you should be able to catch the NBC broadcast using an antenna for free. If you’re without a television you can still watch the big night over the web.
Again, the simplest way to pull that off is going to be going straight to the source: the NBC app or NBC.com/live, but you’ll need to be a cable subscriber and have a log on to get access.
에 따르면 워싱턴 포스트, the live broadcast will also be available via Hulu Live, DirecTV Now, CenturyLink Stream, fuboTV, Sling TV, YouTube TV and Sony PlayStation Vue, as long as you subscribe to one of those services and there’s a local NBC station in your area.
Getting access to the Red Carpet is a tiny bit easier. E! Will begin its “Live From the Red Carpet” broadcast at 6pm ET as usual, while the Hollywood Foreign Press Association will be streaming its look at the red carpet via the Golden Globes Facebook page starting at the same time. Word on the street is the Facebook stream will also include some 360 video. Photos and videos are also expected to be posted by the HFPA on the Golden Globes’ Instagram account as well as through a live Instagram story.
And at 7pm you can tune in to NBC’s red carpet coverage using the same services I mentioned above.