While many of us continue to social distance and stay at home, the 2021 Grammys are happening, and the ceremony's list of performers is more than a little impressive.
With artists including Dua Lipa, Billie Eilish, Megan Thee Stallion, Taylor Swift, BTS, Bad Bunny, and Harry Styles confirmed to be performing at the show, you won't want to miss a moment of the action.
Here's how you can watch the Grammys 2021 from the comfort of your own home.
With a Paramount+ subscription.
If you don't currently have access to CBS, a subscription to Paramount+ will allow you to watch this year's Grammys in their entirety. There's currently a one month free trial available to new subscribers, and monthly subscriptions start from $5.99 per month. SUBSCRIBE NOW
It's more than possible that you already have access to CBS via your cable provider. Check local listings to find out if you have the all-important channel. The Grammys will also stream on CBS.com. The CBS app is free and available on Apple's App Store, Google Play, and Amazon.
On the streaming service of your choice.
There are plenty of streaming services on which you can watch the Grammys. Basically, if you've been looking to upgrade to a new package, now is most definitely the time.
Hulu Live TV packages start from $64.99 a month, and include access to CBS. SUBSCRIBE NOW
YouTube TV's package is $64.99 and includes a plethora of channels including CBS. SUBSCRIBE NOW
AT&T's TV Now's most affordable plan is currently $69.99 and, yes, it includes CBS. SUBSCRIBE NOW
FuboTV costs $64.99 per month, and is available on Roku, Fire TV, Apple TV, Android TV, iOS devices, Android devices, and Chromecast. SUBSCRIBE NOW
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