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Get ready, music fans, because the most prestigious event in popular music has finally arrived! The Grammys are returning to give us the verdict on the best in music from the past year. The show is back on schedule after altered dates in recent years, coinciding with film and TV awards season, which takes place throughout the early part of the year.

The Grammys are the ultimate event for musician-spotting. Red carpet coverage features plenty of star-studded interviews, fabulous fashion, and candid moments, and there are exciting performances throughout the ceremony. Music-loving cord-cutters will want to tune in to this rockin’ night, so we’re going to give you all the information you need to watch without cable.

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What Channel Are the Grammys On? What Time Do the Grammys Start?

The Grammys are all about the best artists, recordings, and compositions released between October 2022 and September 2023. The Recording Academy is bringing the 2024 awards ceremony back to the Arena (previously known as Staples Center) in Los Angeles for the 21st year running. Trevor Noah will return for his fourth time as host, and the ceremony will be broadcast on CBS and streamed on Paramount+.

The ceremony is improving its online experience with an upgraded, where fans can watch performances, acceptance speeches, the Live From the Red Carpet livestream special, the full Premiere Ceremony livestream, and behind-the-scenes moments. It will allow anyone to take part in the event without access to cable or streaming services.

CBS is broadcast free over the air through local affiliates, so you may be able to pick up a signal from a nearby broadcast tower with an HD antenna.

Here are all the details you need to know about the upcoming event:

  • When are the Grammys 2024? Sunday, Feb. 4, at 8 p.m. ET/5 p.m. PT
  • Who is hosting the Grammys 2024? Trevor Noah
  • Where are the Grammys 2024? Arena in Los Angeles
  • When is the Grammys pre-show? Sunday, Feb 4, at 3 p.m. ET/12 p.m. PT
  • What channel is showing the Grammys 2024? CBS

How to Watch the 2024 Grammys Online Without Cable

The Grammys will air live on CBS, but there are plenty of options to tune in without a cable subscription. The live show is also streaming on Paramount+, which is owned by the same parent company as CBS. Your access to the footage will depend on your subscription type. Paramount+ with SHOWTIME subscribers can access the livestream via the live feed of their local CBS affiliate on the service and on demand. Paramount+ Essential subscribers will not have the option to stream live but will have access to on-demand the next day.

If you’re not a Paramount+ subscriber, many skinny bundle streaming services include CBS as part of their live TV channel options. These include some of the most popular streamers like Hulu + Live TV and fuboTV. There are multiple ways to watch The 2024 Grammys on streaming services. Below are your options:

Who Are the Nominees for the 2024 Grammys?

The nominations were announced on in November, drumming up the excitement for the upcoming competition. SZA received the most nominations with nine total, while Victoria Monét, Phoebe Bridgers, and Serban Ghenea each received seven. Monét's two-year-old daughter, who featured on her track, became the youngest nominee in Grammy Awards history.

Here’s the full list of nominations:

Record of the Year

“Worship,” Jon Batiste

“Not Strong Enough,” Boygenius

“Flowers,” Miley Cyrus

“What Was I Made For? (From the Motion Picture ‘Barbie’),” Billie Eilish

“On My Mama,” Victoria Monét

“Vampire,” Olivia Rodrigo

“Anti-Hero,” Taylor Swift

“Kill Bill,” SZA

Album of the Year

“World Music Radio,” Jon Batiste

“The Record,” Boygenius

“Endless Summer Vacation,” Miley Cyrus

“Did You Know That There’s a Tunnel Under Ocean Blvd,” Lana Del Rey

“The Age of Pleasure,” Janelle Monáe

“Guts,” Olivia Rodrigo

“Midnights,” Taylor Swift


Song of the Year

“A&W,” Jack Antonoff, Lana Del Rey, and Sam Dew

“Anti-Hero,” Jack Antonoff and Taylor Swift

“Butterfly,” Jon Batiste and Dan Wilson

“Dance the Night,” Caroline Ailin, Dua Lipa, Mark Ronson, and Andrew Wyatt

“Flowers,” Miley Cyrus, Gregory Aldae Hein, and Michael Pollack

“Kill Bill,” Rob Bisel, Carter Lang, and Solána Rowe

“Vampire,” Daniel Nigro and Olivia Rodrigo

“What Was I Made For?” Billie Eilish O’Connell and Finneas O’Connell

Best New Artist

Gracie Abrams

Fred Again

Ice Spice

Jelly Roll

Coco Jones

Noah Kahan

Victoria Monét

The War and Treaty

Producer of the Year

Jack Antonoff

Dernst “D’Mile” Emile II


Metro Boomin

Daniel Nigro

Songwriter of the Year

Edgar Barrera

Jessie Jo Dillon

Shane McAnally

Theron Thomas

Justin Tranter

Best Pop Vocal Album

“Chemistry,” Kelly Clarkson

“Endless Summer Vacation,” Miley Cyrus

“Guts,” Olivia Rodrigo

“(Subtract),” Ed Sheeran

“Midnights,” Taylor Swift

Best Pop Dance Recording

“Baby Don’t Hurt Me,” David Guetta, Anne-Marie, and Coi Leray

“Miracle,” Calvin Harris and Ellie Goulding

“Padam Padam,” Kylie Minogue

“One in a Million,” Bebe Rexha and David Guetta

“Rush,” Troye Sivan

Best Dance/Electronic Music Album

“Playing Robots Into Heaven,” James Blake

“For That Beautiful Feeling,” The Chemical Brothers

“Actual Life 3 (January 1 – September 9 2022),” Fred Again

“Kx5,” Kx5

“Quest for Fire,” Skrillex

Best Rock Album

“But Here We Are,” Foo Fighters

“Starcatcher,” Greta Van Fleet

“72 Seasons,” Metallica

“This Is Why,” Paramore

“In Times New Roman…,” Queens of the Stone Age

Best Alternative Music Album

“The Car,” Arctic Monkeys

“The Record,” Boygenius

“Did You Know That There’s a Tunnel Under Ocean Blvd,” Lana Del Rey

“Cracker Island,” Gorillaz

“I Inside the Old Year Dying,” PJ Harvey

Best R&B Album

“Girls Night Out,” Babyface

“What I Didn't Tell You (Deluxe),” Coco Jones

“Special Occasion,” Emily King

“Jaguar II,” Victoria Monét

“Clear 2: Soft Life EP,” Summer Walker

Best Melodic Rap Performance

“Sittin’ on Top of the World,” Burna Boy featuring 21 Savage

“Attention,” Doja Cat

“Spin Bout U,” Drake and 21 Savage

“All My Life,” Lil Durk featuring J. Cole

“Low,” SZA

Best Rap Song

“Attention,” Rogét Chahayed, Amala Zandile Dlamini, and Ari Starace (Doja Cat)

“Barbie World,” Isis Naija Gaston, Ephrem Louis Lopez Jr., and Onika Maraj (Nicki Minaj and Ice Spice featuring Aqua)

“Just Wanna Rock,” Mohamad Camara, Symere Woods, and Javier Mercado (Lil Uzi Vert)

“Rich Flex,” Brytavious Chambers, Isaac “Zac” De Boni, Aubrey Graham, J. Gwin, Anderson Hernandez, Michael “Finatik” Mule, and Shéyaa Bin Abraham-Joseph (Drake and 21 Savage)

“Scientists & Engineers,” Andre Benjamin, Paul Beauregard, James Blake, Michael Render, Tim Moore, and Dion Wilson (Killer Mike featuring André 3000, Future, and Eryn Allen Kane)

Best Alternative Jazz Album

“Love in Exile,” Arooj Aftab, Vijay Iyer, Shahzad Ismaily

“Quality Over Opinion,” Louis Cole

“SuperBlue: The Iridescent Spree,” Kurt Elling, Charlie Hunter, and SuperBlue

“Live at the Piano,” Cory Henry

“The Omnichord Real Book,” Meshell Ndegeocello

Best Country Album

“Rolling Up the Welcome Mat,” Kelsea Ballerini

“Brothers Osborne,” Brothers Osborne

“Zach Bryan,” Zach Bryan

“Rustin' in the Rain,” Tyler Childers

“Bell Bottom Country,” Lainey Wilson

Best Americana Album

“Brandy Clark,” Brandy Clark

“The Chicago Sessions,” Rodney Crowell

“You're the One,” Rhiannon Giddens

“Weathervanes,” Jason Isbell and the 400 Unit

“The Returner,” Allison Russell

Best Música Mexicana Album

“Bordado a Mano,” Ana Bárbara

“La Sánchez,” Lila Downs

“Motherflower,” Flor de Toloache

“Amor Como en las Películas de Antes,” Lupita Infante

“Génesis,” Peso Pluma

Best African Music Performance

“Amapiano,” Asake and Olamide

“City Boys,” Burna Boy

“Unavailable,” Davido featuring Musa Keys

“Rush,” Ayra Starr

“Water,” Tyla

Best Score Soundtrack for Visual Media

“Barbie,” Mark Ronson and Andrew Wyatt

“Black Panther: Wakanda Forever,” Ludwig Göransson

“The Fabelmans,” John Williams

“Indiana Jones and the Dial of Destiny,” John Williams

“Oppenheimer,” Ludwig Göransson

Can I Watch the Grammys on Roku, Fire TV, Apple TV, or Chromecast?

Yes! You can watch the Grammys on all your favorite streaming devices, including Roku, Fire TV, Apple TV, Android TV, Chromecast, mobile, and web.

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