Yet another awards season is upon us, but let’s be honest—this one doesn’t look quite like what we’ve gotten used to in previous years. Instead of a jam-packed red carpet, we’re getting a hybrid event in which the only live audience will be a limited number of frontline and essential workers.
Tina Fey and Amy Poehler will return to host, but they won’t even be in the same place; Poehler will host from Los Angeles’s Beverly Hilton, while Fey will appear live from New York City’s Rainbow Room. Despite all those changes, we’re still excited to see what the night looks like. (After all, what if we get another charming Schitt’s Creek-style dispatch from a cast bubble?) For answers to all your questions about the hopefully once-in-a-lifetime experience of watching a virtual Globes, read on.What time are the Golden Globe Awards?
The Golden Globes will air on Sunday, February 28 at 8 p.m. EST. (The predicted end time is 11 p.m., but...we’ll see!)Where will the Golden Globes air?
NBC will play host to the Globes this year, broadcasting the show live from L.A.How can I watch the Golden Globes if I don’t have a TV?
Cord-cutters, we get it...those cable bills add up. You can stream the ceremony on the Roku Channel, Hulu with Live TV, YouTube TV, AT&T TV, Sling TV, and Fubo TV—or, if you’re willing to wait until Monday, you can watch the whole thing on NBC’s Peacock service.