The 76th Golden Globe Awards 2019 Live Streaming Online ceremony will kick off tonight, January 6th,2019 at 8PM ET / 5PM PT. If you have cable, watching it is as simple as tuning in to NBC, or logging into the NBC website or iOS / Android app with your cable or satellite provider login details. That’s fine for cable customers, but given the rate of cord cutting in 2018, chances are good that you don’t have cable. For streamers, there are a number of ways to watch the Golden Globes, no matter what device you’re using.
The 44th annual People’s Choice Awards 2019 Live Stream
Date :Sunday, January 6, 2019
Time:8:00p ET/Live Now
Location:The Beverly Hilton, Beverly Hills, California, United States
Hosts: Sandra Oh, Andy Samberg
Last year was actually the first time NBC was able to live stream the Golden Globes, thanks to a deal struck between the network and the Hollywood Foreign Press Association, and it will continue with it this year as well.
NBC is bringing the awards show to its Facebook page, extending the red carpet to anyone with a Facebook account. There’s no indication from NBC that this stream will be any different from what cable users will see, so this will be the easiest, cheapest (it’s free) way for most to keep up with the ceremony.
If you don’t use Facebook, or if you want to post up on the couch and watch through your smart TV or set-top box, several streaming services offer access to NBC programming. Don’t subscribe to any of these services? All the ones listed below offer free trials. Channel offerings vary based on location, so make sure the service that interests you will work in your area.
This year’s Golden Globe awards show in Beverly Hills, California, will be hosted by Sandra Oh (Grey’s Anatomy, Killing Eve) and Andy Samberg (Brooklyn Nine-Nine, Saturday Night Live).
The Golden Globes don’t draw the same amount of respect and attention as the Academy Awards, but they’re often seen as an early signal of what the awards season will look like, and how Academy voters might trend.
This year has already seen some shifts, particularly around superhero films, which have typically been successful at the box office and even with critics, but have historically failed to find their way to the list of nominees. But it was even harder than usual for awards bodies to ignore them in 2018, with Black Panther, Avengers: Infinity War, and Incredibles 2 holding the top three domestic box-office spots for the year. Black Panther has been nominated for three Globes (Best Motion Picture — Drama, Best Original Score, and Best Original Song), and Incredibles 2 and Spider-Man: Into the Spider-Verse are both up for Best Animated Motion Picture.
In other trends, the Globes once again came under fire for shutting women out of the Best Directors category, a familiar trend actor Natalie Portman mocked during the nominee announcements. “And here are the all-male nominees,” she said in presenting them, to whoops and laughter from the audience.