The 2019 Golden Globes are shaping up to be an excellent time. Andy Samberg and Sandra Oh are hosting, which is literally a match made in heaven. Plus, so many of your favorite celebrities are expected to attend, including Lady Gaga, Emily Blunt, Janelle Monáe, and Gina Rodriguez. I’m personally waiting on the edge of my seat to see what Gaga wears—and if she busts out a surprise performance of “Hair Body Face.” (It’s one of the best songs from the A Star Is Born soundtrack, and no one is talking about it!)
People will certainly be talking about the Globes, though: Tonight’s ceremony is the true kickoff to awards season, and it’s arguably the most fun of them all. Maybe it’s because everyone’s seated at tables. Maybe it’s because we don’t waste time on boring categories. Maybe it’s because the celebrities can (and often do) drink. Who knows? Regardless, the Golden Globes are about to be everywhere, so you definitely need to watch.
Don’t have cable? No problem. There are still plenty of ways you can stream the Globes. Below, check out your options:
1. Sling TV or Hulu Live. You can access NBC from these platforms, which means you can watch the Globes.
2. The NBC website and NBC app. You will need a cable login for this, but let’s be real: You can probably borrow your friend’s (or friend’s mother’s). We’re not encouraging you to do that, but we’re not not encouraging you, either.
3. YouTube. Have access to YouTube TV? Then you can watch the Globes. Other services that offer access include DirecTV Now, Century Link Stream, and Fubo TV.
Happy watching! The red carpet for the Globes begins at 6 P.M. ET. Facebook Watch will be streaming it, as well as NBC.com and E! Online. The formal ceremony begins at 8 P.M. ET on NBC.