The 75th Golden Globe Awards is all set to be aired on January 7th, 2018, Sunday. The award ceremony goes live at 8:00 pm EST. This time the Annual Golden Globe Awards is going to be bigger and much more glamorous. Hollywood has never stopped to sweep us away. It will initially be live on NBC, but there are a few ways you can watch it online. For nearly more than 6 decades this Award ceremony is taking place and it nominates and presents awards to the best television shows, serials, actors, actresses as well as the best of the films. The official Broadcaster of Golden Globe award is no one but NBC.
This year the stars will look gorgeous than the last year(if that’s even possible) and we will be at the edge of our seats to have our favorites win. We shall be recording the best speeches and laugh at the jokes of witty hosts. We are waiting for our breath to be taken away by the Golden Globe Awards 2018. The United States will start their new years with a gala show of Golden Globe awards in the glamorous Beverly Hilton in Beverly Hills, California. The after party of the show is filled with much more glamour and glitz. Let’s check out more options and updates to watch 75th edition of Golden Globes below.
Golden Globes 2018 Live Streaming
Date: January 7, 2018, 5:00 PM PST
Other ceremonies: 2018
Host: Seth Meyers
Location: Beverly Hills, California, United States
All eyes will be on the Golden Globe Awards this Sunday — and not just for the red carpet and big winners. This first major awards show since sexual misconduct allegations rocked Hollywood, the Globes will be closely watched this year for how its host, Seth Meyers, and the winners and presenters make use of their time at the mic.
Get updates and recaps on nominees, winners, red carpet moments, and more right here.
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What you need to know ahead of the big night
The 75th Annual Golden Globe Awards return to NBC with host Seth Meyers this Sunday, January 7th at 8 p.m. ET / 5 p.m. PT. Here’s everything you need to know to watch the event.
The Red Carpet
The Golden Globes Facebook page has the exclusive live stream of the two-hour event leading up to the show beginning at 6 p.m. ET / 3 p.m. PT.
E! News will be leading the live televised red-carpet coverage beginning at 6 p.m. ET / 3 p.m. PT — their fashion analysis can be viewed on the E! network, the official E! website with a cable log-in, or on the E! News app, which will see a return of the immersive E! Live 360.
For cable subscribers, tune in to your local NBC affiliate for the live broadcast at 8 p.m. ET / 5 p.m. PT. Cable subscribers can also view the ceremony on NBC’s live streaming site or smartphone app with proper cable credentials.
The live ceremony will not be streamed anywhere for free. However, a few over-the-top subscription services offer NBC. Head to Hulu’s Live TV Plan, Sling TV, or YouTube TV, all of which conveniently offer free trials!
If you’re planning on staying safely glued to your couch as the polar vortex swirls through the eastern half of the country this weekend, you’ve got the right idea. Incidentally, said sofa is also the best vantage point from which to view the 2018 Golden Globe Awards. Here’s how to follow along with every second of this year’s red carpet pre-show and ceremony, whether you’ve signed up for a deluxe cable package just in time for awards season or have completely cut the cord.
The Golden Globes festivities will kick off a few hours before first-time host Seth Meyers takes the stage on Sunday, January 7. E! News’s red carpet coverage begins at 6 p.m. ET and can be viewed on your TV, on the E! website (cable login required), or the E! app. NBC will start its pre-show coverage an hour later, at 7 p.m. ET, while Dick Clark Productions and the Hollywood Foreign Press Association will host their own red carpet show on Facebook Live from 6 to 8 p.m. ET. This year’s red carpet show is worth tuning into, since countless attendees promise to take a visible (if benign) stand against sexism and sexual misconduct in Hollywood by wearing black on the red carpet.
After you’ve gotten your fill of Emma Stone, Meryl Streep, Daniel Kaluuya, and the rest of this year’s nominees parading down the red carpet in their Sunday best, the actual ceremony, held, as always, at the Beverly Hilton, will air live on NBC. The TV-less can stream the show via the NBC website or app, but if you don’t have a parent/roommate/ex with a cable login to “borrow,” you can subscribe to Hulu’s Live TV plan, Sling TV, or YouTube TV, all of which offer free trials highly conducive to gaming the award season broadcast schedule.