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As the 77th annual Golden Globes Awards approach, you may be wondering how to watch it without paying a cable bill. These streaming services are the best way to watch the awards show tonight if you cut the cord.

The annual Golden Globes Awards takes place on Sunday, January 5 at 8 pm ET / 5 pm PT. The award show is hosted on NBC’s channel, so you’ll be able to watch it all unfold right from there. If you’re a cordcutter, you might be looking for a way to watch it without cable.

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Here are some streaming services you can use to stream the Golden Globes.

E! News

E! News Golden Globes

If you’re looking for constant updates from nominees to the best dressed, E! News is the place to go. The channel has a video stream going on all day on its website with information and opinions on the entire awards show. E! News will also look back on past years and form some thoughts on what may happen this year. If that’s right up your alley, then this is the site to choose this year.

NBC.com

NBC.com

You can watch the awards show right from the broadcaster that’s hosting it on NBC.com or the NBC app. With the website or app, you can stream shows without having to sign into a TV provider. However, if you do have one, you can link your account and get more content than you would have without one. Either way, you can enjoy the Golden Globes through the website or mobile app.

YouTube TV

YouTube TV

YouTube TV is another option that you can use to get the Golden Globes right in your home. For $50 a month, you can have access to channels like NBC and ABC so that you can catch any awards shows your heart may desire. YouTube TV is currently offering a free two-week trial until the 15th of January to help ensure that you’ll want to keep this all year round. After the 15th, it will be back to the usual five-day free trial, so you can still test the streaming service out.

Hulu Live

Hulu logo

For $55 per month, you can try out Hulu Live to stream all of the shows and movies that you can enjoy. With channels like CBS, NBC, and ABC, there isn’t an award show you’ll miss this year. You’ll get coverage of the entire event without having to deal with the hassle of a cable bill. Plus, your first month of Hulu Live is free, so you can truly get the feel of it at no cost.

AT&T TV Now

AT&T TV Now

AT&T TV Now brings you tons of fantastic channels without needing a cable TV provider. For $65 per month, you can bring in all your favorite award shows right to your living room. This bundle includes NBC, ABC, and CBS as well as HBO, for something to do between shows. It’s a great deal, and you can try it out for a week at no cost to you.

Sling TV

Sling TV

Sling TV is the perfect choice for someone who doesn’t want to pay a lot to cut the cords out of their life. To get the NBC channels, you’ll have to select either Sling Blue or Sling Orange and Blue to pick those up. Sling Blue is $20 for the first month and $30 every month after, while Sling Orange and Blue is $35 for the first month and $45 after that. You’ll be able to stream the Golden Globes and any other future award shows with less of a cost than the alternatives.

fuboTV

fuboTV

Last but not least, we have fuboTV as another wonderful choice for all your awards show entertainment. For $60 a month, you can stream all of your award show fun with NBC and E! News. It offers a seven-day trial as well, so you can get the hang of things by the time the next show comes around.


With tons of choices for streaming all things Golden Globes, you’ll be able to see the red carpet fashion as well as all of the category winners. It’ll feel like you’re right in the audience as the winners get announced, and it will make the excitement at home even more magical.

Kennedy Maring Kennedy Maring
Kennedy is a cord-cutting writer who is all about helping others save money. She's been a professional writer for two years, with a year of experience devoted to cord-cutting coverage. Prior to that, she enjoyed writing during her two years at Kalamazoo Valley Community College, where she majored in General Education.
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