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This year, the 78th Annual Golden Globe Awards will be held on Sunday, Feb. 28th, with the show kicking off at 8 pm EST. Comedians and beloved duo Tina Fey and Amy Poehler are hosting the award show for the fourth time. Even though the ladies will be hosting the awards virtually from the east and west coast, respectively, you won’t want to miss this event.
While the highly anticipated awards will be aired on NBC, that doesn’t mean those without cable are out of luck. In fact, there are several ways to tune into the show without cable, including opting for Hulu’s Live TV add-on or a service like AT&T TV or Sling TV.
Shop: Hulu + Live TV, $64.99 a month
What you get: Hulu’s Live TV add-on gives you 65+ channels that allow you to watch live sports, news and more. Plus, you can still watch your regular Hulu ad-supported library.
Shop: AT&T TV, starting at $69.99 a month
Shop: Sling TV, $35 a month
What you get: Choose the Sling Blue plan, and you’ll be able to use your Sling TV on three different devices. There are no contracts, and you also will get 50 free hours of DVR.
Once you know how you’ll be watching the awards shows this year, there is only one way to prepare – by watching all of the nominated movies and TV shows! Check out the complete list of the 2021 nominees here, and keep scrolling to find out where you can stream some of the year’s most popular movies and shows.
Where to what Golden Globes nominees 2021:
- Stream Hamilton on Disney+
- Stream Mank on Netflix
- Stream Ma Rainey’s Black Bottom on Netflix
- Stream Normal People on Hulu
- Stream Palm Springs on Hulu
- Stream Promising Young Woman on Prime Video
- Stream Soul on Disney+
- Stream The Mandalorian on Disney+
- Stream The Undoing on HBO Max
- Stream Your Honor on Showtime
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