Tonight Hollywood's celebrities are gathering to find out who the winners of the 2019 Golden Globes are, and here's how you can watch the ceremony live online. Broadcast by NBC in the United States, the 76th annual Golden Globes will be presented by Brooklyn Nine-Nine's Andy Samberg and Killing Eve's Sandra Oh, and held at the Beverly Hilton in Los Angeles. The awards cover both film and television, and this year's Golden Globes nominees include Black Panther, Spike Lee's BlacKkKlansman, and psychological thriller miniseries Sharp Objects.
Fortunately for those who prefer to do all their viewing on a computer or mobile device, this year's Golden Globes awards will be available to watch online. Red carpet arrivals are expected to begin at 6pm E.T., while the ceremony itself will begin at 8pm E.T./5pm P.T. on January 6, 2019. Here's how to watch the red carpet arrivals and the ceremony itself, depending on where you live.
How To Watch The Golden Globes in the United States
NBC has exclusive TV broadcast rights to the Golden Globes in the United States, so you can either watch on your TV, head over to NBC Live to watch it online, or download the NBC app for iOS or Android and watch it on your mobile device. This year, for the first time, the Golden Globes will be available to watch via a livestream on NBC's Facebook page. NBC apps are also available for the following TV streaming devices:
- Amazon Fire
- Apple TV
- Android TV
- Amazon Echo
- Amazon Alexa
- Xbox One
- Samsung Smart TV
- Xbox 360
How To Watch The Golden Globes in Canada
Movie and TV fans in Canada can watch the 76th Golden Globes live on CTV, online at CTV.ca, or on their mobile devices using the CTV app (you'll need to log in via your TV service provider). The red carpet action will be presented by CTV's ETALK, with anchors Ben Mulroney and Danielle Graham reporting live from Los Angeles.
The Golden Globes Are Not Streaming In The U.K.
There's sad news for Brits who want to join in the fun of watching the awards ceremony: the Golden Globes are not being broadcast live in the United Kingdom, or anywhere else outside of the U.S. and Canada this year. You can, however, watch the Golden Globes pre-show on the official Facebook page. from 11pm G.M.T., and follow along on Twitter to see the winners as they're announced from 1am G.M.T. onwards.