How to Watch the 2021 Grammy Awards

Tamara Fuentes
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Photo credit: FREDERIC J. BROWN - Getty Images
Photo credit: FREDERIC J. BROWN - Getty Images

From Seventeen

After some re-scheduling, the 2021 Grammy Awards are finally taking place on March 14, 2021. While things might look different due to the ongoing pandemic, some of the world's biggest stars will be taking the stage to perform their biggest hits, whether it’s at the iconic Staples Center or from local venues wherever they are. Names like Harry Styles, BTS, Taylor Swift, Dua Lipa, and Megan Thee Stallion are all up for some major awards and we definitely can't wait to see who will be taking home a golden grammaphone.

In the world of cable cutting and streaming, how you watch the Grammys this year might have changed. Luckily, we found all the ways you can check out the show (and find out who wins) depending on how you like to watch TV.

Here's everything you need to know about how to watch the 2021 Grammy Awards.

Where can I watch the 2021 Grammy Awards on TV?

If you still got cable or even just an antenna, then tuning in for you favorite musicians will be super easy. The show will air on CBS starting at 8 PM ET / 5 PM PT. And you definitely won't want to miss a second, especially since Harry Styles will be the one kicking things off with a special opening performance!

Where can I watch the 2021 Grammy Awards through streaming?

There's a number of different options if you're a cord cutter! CBS is now a part of Paramount+, which means you'll be able to watch the entire show live either on your laptop through Paramount+'s live TV option or through the Paramount+ app that's available on phones, tablets, Apple TV, Roku, Fire TVs and more!

If you're not yet subscribed to Paramount+, it's not too late! There are two different tiers available for new subscribers. The ad-free premium plan is $9.99 per month or $99.99 a year. The ad-supported base plan is $5.99 per month or $59.99 a year. If you're on the fence, new subscribers who use the code MOUNTAIN will be able to try out Paramount+ for a month before they get charged, so it's the perfect time to try to see if it's something you'll actually use in the long-term. Also, if you're a student, you can qualify for a 25% off discount.

If you have a TV/Cable login or a digital live TV provider like Hulu + Live TV or YouTube TV, then you can use that to check out the show on either the CBS App or CBS.com.

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