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Music’s biggest night is back! The 66th annual Grammy Awards will take place at the Crypto.com Arena in Los Angeles on Sunday (Feb. 4). Comedian Trevor Noah returns to host the ceremony for a fourth year in a row.
SZA leads the list with nine Grammy nominations followed by Phoebe Bridgers, Victoria Monét and engineer/mixer Serban Ghenea with seven nods each.
Additional nominees include Taylor Swift, Olivia Rodrigo, Billie Eilish, Miley Cyrus, Jon Batiste, Brandy Clark, Lana Del Rey, Dua Lipa, Jelly Roll, Ice Spice, Coco Jones, Fred again, The War & Treaty, Doja Cat, Ed Sheeran, Janelle Monáe, Tyla, Hit-Boy, Jack Antonoff, Metro Boomin, David Guetta, Bebe Rexha, Calvin Harris, Kylie Minogue, Troye Sivan, Maluma, Davido, Burna Boy, The Chemical Brothers, James Blake, Artic Monkeys, Black Pumas, Foo Fighters, Metallica, Paramore, Queens of the Stone Age, Arctic Monkeys, Gorillaz, 6LACK, Terrace Martin, James Fauntleroy, Babyface, Lainey Wilson, Junes, Peso Pluma, Vince Gill, Zach Bryan, Brother’s Osbourne, Dierks Bentely, Tyler Childers, Drake, 21 Savage, Coi Leray, Burna Boy, Lil Durk, J. Cole, Nas, Esperanza Spalding, Kenny Barron, Lakecia Benjamin, Adam Blackstone, Billy Childs, and Pat Metheny.
Joni Mitchell will perform at the Grammys for the first time ever. Other performers include Billy Joel, Eilish, Burna Boy, Lipa, Rodrigo, Travis Scott and U2, who will perform live from the Las Vegas Sphere.
Presenters have not been announced.
The Grammy Awards Premiere Ceremony, which takes place ahead of the big show, will stream live on Grammy.com and the Recording Academy’s YouTube channel.
Keep reading to find out the how and when to watch and stream the 2024 Grammys from your TV, laptop or smartphone.
How to Watch the Grammys
The 66th annual Grammy Awards will air exclusively on CBS on Sunday (Feb. 4), beginning at 5 p.m. PT/8 p.m. ET. If you have cable (or an HDTV antenna), simply check your local listings for channel information to watch the show. The ceremony can also be streamed live by signing into CBS.com.
For those who don’t have TV, the 2024 Grammys will be streaming exclusively on Paramount+ with Showtime. Music fans can also stream the show live on DirecTV Stream and other platforms that offer live television.
And for those who plan to watch the show from outside the U.S., CBS and Paramount+ are available internationally through platforms such as ExpressVPN.
How to Watch the Grammys on Paramount+
Paramount+ with Showtime subscribers can watch the Grammys live via a smart TV, computer or the Paramount+ and Showtime apps. If you’re not subscribed to Paramount+ with Showtime, sign up today and receive a free trial for the first week to watch the 2024 Grammy live — without spending anything out of pocket.
You can access Paramount+ through the app and Paramount+ and Showtime websites, as well as through Prime Video. Paramount+ with Showtime is $11.99/month (after the free trial) and you get access to countless hours of entertainment including your local CBS station and exclusive shows, movies and sporting events (including the Super Bowl).
Paramount+ with Showtime subscribers can stream live via their local CBS affiliate and on demand. Paramount+ Essential subscribers ($5.99/month after a free trial) will have access to on-demand streaming the day after the Grammys airs.
How to Watch the Grammys on DirecTV
If you’ve been looking for live TV for a budget-friendly price, why not give DirecTV a try? You’ll get a free trial for the first five days and access hundreds of local and cable channels. DirecTV Stream offers affordable packages starting at $69.99/month and a robust channel lineup that includes CBS, ABC, NBC, Fox, MTV, BET, Bravo, E!, ESPN, FS1, Food Network, A&E, Comedy Central, ion, Lifetime, OWN, Paramount Network, TNT, TLC and more.
How to Watch the Grammys on Fubo
Not familiar with FuboTV? If you’ve been looking for live television for a good price, check out Fubo. Subscribers can stream hundreds of cable, network and sports channels with Fubo’s Pro package which is $74.99 a month for 145 channels such as CBS, ABC, Fox, NBC, FX, TLC, AMC, MSNBC, ESPN, FS1 and Nickelodeon.
Also included in your subscription is more 1,000 hours of Cloud DVR and unlimited streaming on up to 10 devices.
How to Watch the Grammys on Hulu
Will the Grammys be available on Hulu? Yes! But you’ll need Hulu + Live TV to watch. The subscription gets you access to more than 90 live channels and loads of on-demand content that you can stream at home or on the go for less than $80 a month. CBS, ABC, NBC, CW and Fox are included with Hulu + Live TV along with popular entertainment channels such as MTV, VH1, OWN, TBS, TNT, USA, Bravo, Comedy Central, E!, Freeform and Lifetime.
Plus, you’ll get access to everything on Hulu, Disney+ and ESPN+, and there’s an option to add Max, Starz and other channels to your streaming package for an additional fee.
More Ways to Watch the Grammys from Anywhere
If you’re not already subscribed to you cable, satellite or internet providers that offer live television — such as Verizon Fios, T-Mobile or Now TV — finding the right streaming package can take a little digging.
Unfortunately, Vidgo and Philo and SlingTV don’t carry CBS, but there are other affordable ways to catch the show. For example, the 66th annual Grammys will be available to stream on devices such as Roku, Google Chromecast, Apple TV, Android TV and Fire TV via the CBS and Paramount+ apps.