The 62nd Annual Grammy Awards air tonight at 8pm ET/5pm PT. This year’s award’s show is going to be hosted by Alicia Keys, and is expected to include performances by the Jonas Brothers, Demi Lovato, Aerosmith, Billie Eilish, Ariana Grande, and Lizzo, amongst others.
If you want to watch tonight’s show, the whole thing will be broadcast on CBS, which is free over-the-air across the United States. If you have cable or a digital antenna, then you can just tune in and watch.
If you don’t have a television, you still have a good number of streaming options for the programs.
By far the cheapest option is CBS All Access. The network’s dedicated streaming service. It runs just under $6 a month, and CBS offers a free 7-day trial if you haven’t taken it out for a spin yet.
Most of the major streaming services offer CBS as an option. Hulu With Live TV, fuboTV, AT&T TV Now, YouTube TV, and Sling TV all offer the channel as an option in most markets, and all of them offer free trials.
If you haven’t used a streaming service before, you can sign up for a free trial to stream tonight’s performance and then cancel the service in a week and not be charged.
Most of these services start at $40 a month, except for Sling. Sling’s Blue package comes with CBS and is only $25/month. If you’re thinking you might want to keep the streaming service you sign up for, or you’re someone that notoriously forgets to cancel free trials, then Sling’s your cheapest option.
Worth noting: Sling, as well as all of the other streaming services, only offer CBS in “select markets.” If you’re signing up for a streaming service you’ll want to make sure that your market is one of the ones it supports before curtain time.