Whether viewers are tuning in to hate-watch, to cheer on [Cardi B],(https://revolt.tv/stories/2018/12/12/cardi-2018-milestones-recap-07004fac39) or to see what viral memes take off on Twitter; the Grammy Awards are not to be missed.
This year, the annual awards show is set to take place on Sunday (Feb. 10), beginning at 8 p.m. ET/5 p.m. PT. Going down at the Staples Center in Los Angeles, this year's hosting duties will be handled by Alicia Keys; while artists such as Cardi B, Lady Gaga, Travis Scott, Janelle Monae, Shawn Mendes, Post Malone, Miley Cyrus and Camila Cabello are scheduled to perform.
The 61st annual Grammy Awards will air on CBS. For those without access to cable TV (or the option to borrow someone's cable TV login information), the Grammys will be streaming on the CBS All Access platform, which is available via its official website or accompanying app. In order to watch by utilizing this option, viewers will need a CBS All Access subscription, which currently is offering a free one-week trial.
Additionally, the Grammys will be available on YouTube TV, which is accessible in a multitude of ways; including mobile, tablet, computer and televisions that support Roku, Apple TV and Xbox One.
Prior to the night's kickoff, E! will be airing a red carpet special beginning at 6 p.m. ET/3 p.m. PT, set to be hosted by Ryan Seacrest and Giuliana Rancic. The pre-show will also stream on the official Facebook pages for The Recording Academy and CBS, as well as on grammy.com. After the event airs, a different version of the red carpet will be made available on CBS All Access.
Kendrick Lamar is this year's frontrunner and is nominated in eight categories, including Record of the Year and Song of the Year for "All The Stars," his Black Panther soundtrack collaboration with SZA. Next, Drake has been nominated seven times, including in the coveted Album of the Year category for Scorpion. Cardi B has also racked up five nominations.
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