Film aficionados recently had a taste of the awards season to come when the Golden Globe Awards nominations were announced Dec. 12. The nominations were made public on the “Today” show, and the list included popular and buzzworthy films of 2022. The Golden Globe Awards ceremony airs Tuesday, Jan. 10. Fans can watch all the glitz and glam of the red carpet and cheer on their favorite films and celebrities by tuning in. Got an opinion of the movies likely to crop up during the upcoming awards season? See how it compares to our film picks.
Here are all the ways cord-cutters can watch the Golden Globe Awards without cable.
What Channel Are the Golden Globes On? What Time Do the Golden Globes Start?
The Golden Globe Awards air on NBC. The 2023 ceremony has returned to the network after controversies last year surrounding the awarding body, the Hollywood Foreign Press Association (HFPA). The association had to make changes following claims of organizational racism, nepotism, and harassment.
The HFPA has been true to its word in delivering organizational reform and more diverse membership. It has been awarded a one-year contract with NBC to broadcast the 80th-annual Golden Globes Ceremony rather than a multiyear contract. We suspect NBC may be hedging its bets to see how the HFPA weathers the bad publicity before recommitting long term. The future of the Golden Globes may be riding on the success of the 2023 ceremony.
The ceremony, which will be hosted by comedian Jerrod Carmichael, begins at 8 p.m. ET. There will be a preshow event with red-carpet celebrity interviews, highlights from past ceremonies, and fashion rundowns starting at 7 p.m. ET on NBC.
- When are the Golden Globes 2023: Tuesday, Jan. 10, at 8 p.m. ET
- Who is hosting the Golden Globes 2023: Jerrod Carmichael
- Where are the Golden Globes 2023: The Beverly Hilton in Beverly Hills, California
- When is the Golden Globes preshow: Tuesday, Jan. 10, at 7 p.m. ET
- What channel is showing the Golden Globes 2023: NBC
How to Watch the 2023 Golden Globe Awards Online Without Cable
Network-owned streaming services to the rescue! Luckily cord-cutters don’t have to miss a second of the Golden Globe Awards coverage. The ceremony and preshow event will also be streaming live on the NBC-owned streaming service Peacock.
Want more options for where to watch the Golden Globes online? There will also be coverage on four other streaming services: Hulu + Live TV, fuboTV, SlingTV, and YouTube TV. You don’t need a cable subscription to access the coverage, but you will need a subscription to one of the services covering the event. People with a cable subscription can also watch online or on mobile with the NBC app.
Read on to find out about each of the streaming services where you can watch the Golden Globe Awards.
Hulu + Live TV is an innovative combination streaming service that offers streaming hits from Hulu bundled with your favorite live TV channels. It offers some of the most affordable live TV options, and it’s a great middle ground for subscribers looking for the benefits of both streaming services and live TV. NBC coverage is available with select Hulu + Live TV bundles as an affordable way to stream the Golden Globe Awards ceremony on Jan. 10.
fuboTV is a “skinny bundle” streaming service that lets you choose specific channels to stream online or on a streaming device and charges accordingly. It has become well known among cord-cutting sports fans for its extensive sports coverage. Its fulsome channel list includes NBC, meaning you can get Golden Globe Awards coverage on fuboTV with a bundle that includes the network. If you’re considering it, you may want to know more about what we think about fuboTV.
Like fuboTV, Sling TV is a “skinny bundle” streaming service that offers subscribers a more affordable way to watch a customized selection of live TV channels. Sling TV’s channel list includes coverage of AMC, HGTV, ESPN, NBC, and FOX. The focus on live TV even extends to a guide-style homepage that may feel comfortingly familiar to cord-cutters who used to be long-time cable subscribers. The Golden Globes are available on Sling TV with NBC as part of your bundle.
With all the buzz surrounding streaming services, YouTube didn’t want to miss out on the action. Long celebrated as a haven for free video content online, YouTube now offers live TV bundles with YouTube TV. If you’re an avid YouTube viewer who wants more TV content, this may be a great option.
It has a great selection in its channel list, including NBC coverage. YouTube TV subscribers can use their YouTube TV NBC channel to tune in to the Golden Globe Awards ceremony. Find out more about the service’s benefits in our YouTube TV review.
Peacock is NBCUniversal’s streaming service, which contains a library of all of NBC’s shows and Universal’s films. One of the best parts about Peacock is that cord-cutters can enjoy most of the service’s content for free with its free subscription option, while some exclusive content is reserved for paying subscribers. That means you can watch the 2023 Golden Globe Awards completely free on Peacock without a TV subscription.
If you have a cable subscription that includes NBC, you can get coverage from virtually anywhere with the NBC app. You’ll be asked to submit your cable information when logging in to the app, after which you can access NBC’s content online or on a mobile device. Go to your device’s app store to download it.
Can I Watch the Golden Globes on Roku, Fire TV, Apple TV, or Chromecast?
There are many ways you can customize your experience to watch the Golden Globe Awards in 2023. Here’s a breakdown of the streaming services and devices you can use to watch the ceremony exactly how you want to.
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More Ways to Stream the 2023 Golden Globe Awards
The 2023 Golden Globe Awards ceremony is streaming on NBC. If you have a cable subscription, you can tune in to watch the show live on Jan. 10 at 8 p.m. ET. Take a look at our guide for a full explanation of how to watch NBC without cable.