Television’s biggest night is this Sunday — but what if you don’t have a TV antenna or a cable subscription?
We’ve got you covered.
The 73rd Primetime Emmy Awards — which will be hosted by Cedric the Entertainer in Los Angeles — begin broadcasting at 8 p.m. ET Sunday on CBS. So any local CBS stations that you have access to on cable or via antenna will show the awards show live.
But cord-cutters still have plenty of ways to watch, as well, as long as they have a smart TV or a streaming device such as a Roku
Fire TV stick, an Apple
TV or Google
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Streaming services showing the awards include ViacomCBS’
own Paramount+ streaming service, for example, which costs $4.99 a month with ads, or $9.99 monthly with no commercials. You can also sign up for a 7-day free trial here.
These other services will also stream the Emmys on Sunday:
There’s Hulu Live TV; you can sign up for a 7-day free trial here, or it’s regularly $65 a month.
The Dish Network’s
Sling TV packages start at $10 a month.
Or YouTube TV starts at $65 a month, and new subscribers can save $10 a month for the first three months for a limited time.
plans also start at $65 a month, or there’s a 7-day free trial here.
Speaking of streaming services, this year’s nominees are dominated by series from Netflix
which led the nominations with 24 apiece for “The Crown” on Netflix and “The Mandalorian.” on Disney+. The Apple TV+ series “Ted Lasso” scored 20 nods.
Read more: These 2 companies had more Emmy nominations than Netflix
Broadcast networks scored only two nominations, for the NBC
drama “This Is Us” and the ABC comedy “Black-ish,” as the Associated Press reported. Check out the complete list of nominees here.