The red carpet on the Grammy Awards is sure to treat viewers to plenty of amazing outfits. You don’t need a TV to see who’s wearing what at the 2017 Grammys, though — you can stream the red carpet in your browser or probably any other computer-like device you have.
There are two places you can stream the Grammys red carpet. One is the CBS All Access subscription service. The service provides viewers with on-demand and live streaming, and that includes all its coverage of the 2017 Grammys. You can also catch red carpet coverage on grammy.com, under the “Grammy Live” tab. CBS All Access red carpet coverage starts at 7:30 p.m. Eastern/4:30 p.m. Pacific. It’s hosted by Quddus and Skye Townsend with additional reporting from Ted Stryker. CBS’s livestream coverage also goes beyond what you’ll see on TV. It includes the Grammys’ Premiere Ceremony, where winners in more than 70 categories will be announced, plus backstage access and social media trends, commentary and curated posts.
The other option is E!, which will go live on the red carpet with Ryan Seacrest at 6 p.m Eastern/3 p.m. Pacific both on TV and online via E! Now — though you’ll need a cable login to stream E!’s coverage. You can find E!’s online feed right here.
You can find all of CBS’s Grammy coverage right here. In addition to finding the stream on CBS.com, you can also tune in on iOS, Android and Windows 10 mobile phones and tablets, and on devices such as Apple TV, Roku TV, Roku players, Chromecast, Android TV, Xbox 360, Amazon Fire TV and Fire TV Stick.
You’ll need a CBS All Access pass to stream the award show, which you can do for free with a seven-day trial of the service. After seven days, CBS charges $6 a month for CBS All Access for streams that include commercials, and $10 a month for streams that are commercial-free. You can sign up for the streaming service here.
The bad news is that if you’re a cable subscriber, you’ll have to watch the Grammys on TV. Unlike other streaming offerings from TV and cable networks, a cable subscription login isn’t enough to get you access to any of CBS’s live-stream offerings.