The Grammys are this Sunday – a little later than usual – but still!
Postponed from January due to a spike in Covid-19 cases, the 64th Grammys are taking place in Las Vegas this year. Expect performances from Gen Z stars and nominees Lil Nas X, Olivia Rodrigo and all-time winner Billie Eilish, as well as performances from Silk Sonic (that’s Bruno Mars and Anderson .Paak’s group), John Legend and Carrie Underwood.
How to watch Music’s Greatest Night
What: The Grammys
When: April 3, 8 p.m. ET
Where from: CBS/Paramount+/most live TV services
It’s simple — tune in to CBS at 8:00 p.m. ET. (Sorry red carpet fans — it looks like 60 Minutes will air beforehand. You may need to get your fix on E! or another channel.)
If you’re a cable cutter who subscribes to live TV services like YouTube TV or Hulu + Live TV, you should be able to access the Grammys through these apps. However, check with your supplier before planning your viewing party.
You can watch the Grammys live on the Paramount+ service – and the show will also be available on demand after it first airs.
You can watch the Grammys premiere ceremony, where most of the awards of the night will be presented. (Not all of the 80+ categories would fit within the primetime event’s three-and-a-half hour runtime.) Hosted by LeVar Burton, this event will be streamed live on live.grammy.com or the Grammys’ YouTube page. according to Billboard, beginning at 3:30 p.m. ET on Sunday.
And if you can’t catch the Grammys live, you’ll likely find highlights from the show after it airs — the Recording Academy usually posts clips of performances and acceptance speeches on their YouTube channel or Twitter Profile.
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