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How to Watch the 2020 Golden Globes Red Carpet Live Online

You will have a free streaming option

It’s a new year, and that means the most wonderful time of year for fans of all things Hollywood has begun. Awards season kicks off on Sunday, Jan. 5 with the Golden Globes, and while the Globes have never been a great Oscar prognosticator since there’s no overlap between the Academy and the Hollywood Foreign Press Association, the ceremony will more than adequately get everyone in the mood for the parade of awards shows that we’re going to get over the next month.

And before the Golden Globes awards ceremony itself begins, we have our first major red carpet event of 2019. For many, the night’s fashion is as much of a draw for these fancy gatherings as the awards show itself. So if you’re one of the many who is eagerly looking forward to checking out the celebs as they show up sporting expensive dresses and dashing tuxedos, we’ve got all the deets you need right here.

There will not be a red carpet show on NBC, the network that broadcasts the Golden Globes ceremony, because NBC will be carrying an NFL playoff game prior to the 5 p.m. PT/8 p.m. ET start of the Globes. But there will be a free live stream from the red carpet brought to you by the Hollywood Foreign Press Association, which puts on the Golden Globes. You’ll be able to watch that live exclusively on Facebook on the Golden Globes page.

Outside of that feed, E! will also be doing its standard coverage, which consists of two separate broadcasts — one for the TV channel and one that will be streaming for free. E!’s TV coverage will be broken into two parts. The first, the “Countdown to the Red Carpet,” starts at 1 p.m. PT. Then, at 3 p.m. PT, you can catch Ryan Seacrest and Giuliana Rancic’s coverage of the red carpet on “E! Live From the Red Carpet: The 2019 Golden Globe Awards.”

The above coverage will be available to stream through NBC.com right here or the NBC app — under the LIVE section you’ll find options for viewing any of the entire family of NBCUniversal networks. You will need a TV provider login to access the stream there, however. And, of course, if you use a streaming television service that carries E!, like DirecTV Now, you will be able to use that to watch the standard E! broadcast.

Meanwhile, E! will feature the same online-only stream through its app, dubbed “E! Stream: The Red Carpet presented by AT&T,” as it has in recent years. You can catch that feed starting at 3 p.m. PT for free in the E! app, on Twitter or on the E! website.

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