The 2017 Golden Globe Awards, hosted by Jimmy Fallon, will air live on NBC on Sunday, January 8, at 8 pm EST. Like last year, there won’t be a live stream of the ceremony available for those who don’t have cable, so tuning in on NBC is your only option (last year NBC let cable subscribers view the show on NBC.com with a cable provider login, but that’s not the case this year).
However, the Globes will be live-streaming the red carpet and all the celebrity arrivals prior to the show on the awards’ official Twitter account from 6 to 8 pm EST.
The Golden Globes is known for being one of the more entertaining awards shows (aside from the Grammys, which is really just a fun concert at this point) because it honors both television and movie performances, gives the attendees access to alcohol, and is usually good for at least one OMGWTF unpredictable win (thanks in large part to how the awards are structured).
How to watch:
When: Sunday, January 8, at 8 pm Eastern/5 pm Pacific (with preshow coverage starting on NBC at 7 pm Eastern)
Where: The Beverly Hilton, Los Angeles
Host: Jimmy Fallon
On TV: NBC
Update: This post has been updated to reflect NBC cutting its livestream