We’ve officially made it through the holidays. Now we can look forward to awards season, beginning with the 77th annual Golden Globe Awards, which will take place on Sunday, January 5. The ceremony will be hosted by Ricky Gervais, who has helmed the Golden Globes no fewer than four times already—his first hosting gig happened in 2010, exactly a decade ago. How time flies!
Netflix’s Marriage Story is a major contender this year, with six nominations, as are many of the streaming service’s other movies and TV shows, including The Irishman and Unbelievable. Joining them among the nominees are other 2019 film and TV favorites, from The Farewell to Hustlers and Succession.
If you want to see who reigns supreme on Sunday, you’ll need to find a way to watch the awards ceremony live. Luckily, that’s easier than ever to do; the Golden Globes will air live on television, of course, but cord-cutters have access to a wide range of streaming options. Here’s a guide to watching the Globes—whether you have a TV or not.
What time are the Golden Globe Awards?
The Golden Globes will air at 8 p.m. ET/5 p.m. PT.
Where will the Golden Globes air?
The awards ceremony will air on NBC, with red-carpet coverage starting at 6 p.m. ET on E!
How can I watch the Golden Globes if I don’t have a TV?
Where else can I stream the Golden Globes?
If you need to brush up on who’s actually nominated, there’s a full list right here. Happy viewing!
Originally Appeared on Vogue