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The 2019 Grammys are tonight! The show, hosted by Alicia Keys, officially kicks off at 8pm ET / 5pm PT on CBS.
Kendrick Lamar is up for eight awards tonight for his work on the Black Panther soundtrack, giving him the lead in terms of nominations. Drake is just behind him with 7 nominations and Brandi Carlile with 6.
Beyond the actual handing out of awards, tonight’s main event will feature performances from everyone from Cardi B to Diana Ross. If you have a television and want to catch the show, your best and easiest solution is to tune in to the live broadcast on CBS either via your cable subscription or your trusty digital antenna (Seriously, buy one. They’re $15).
If you don’t have a TV (or just want to watch away from home), you still have a few options:
CBS All Access
While all of the major streaming services out there offer free trials, CBS All Access is your cheapest option if you’re one of those people who is inevitably going to forget to cancel that free trial. The service runs $6/month for programming with ads and $10/month without.
That said, live streaming is not available everywhere. Check here to see if your area supports live TV.
DirecTV Now, Hulu With Live TV, YouTubeTV, FuboTV, PlayStation Vue
DirecTV Now, Hulu With Live TV, YouTubeTV, and FuboTV all offer a livestream of CBS in most markets, and all four offer free trials of their service. If you forget to cancel that free trial, all four run $40/month. PlayStation Vue also offers CBS in most markets, but prices its service slightly higher at $45/month.
Definitely note that “most markets” statement and check and make sure yours is one of those included before signing up for a particular service.
Sling TV is the only major streaming service that does not offer CBS.