How To Watch The 2019 Golden Globes If You're Lacking A TV

With a bag of microwaveable popcorn in your hand, for starters.
How To Watch The 2019 Golden Globes If You're Lacking A TV
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The Golden Globes are coming up right after the holidays, and while all award shows are fun (except the entire middle part of the Oscars, let's be real), this is the one where celebs get drunk. Need I say more? You're going to want to tune in for the audience reaction cam alone, which—lest you forget—has gifted us moments like this:

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And whatever this is:

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Lady Gaga might even win an award for A Star Is Born, so obviously it is very important that you rearrange your entire schedule to watch this thing. But what happens if you don't have a TV? There are (potentially) options!

First Up: When Are the Golden Globes Even, Lol

That would be January 6, 2019, on NBC at 8 pm ET. In other words, right around the time you're breaking your first New Year's resolution and regretting all your life choices. The awards are taking place at the Beverly Hilton Hotel in Los Angeles, and Andy Samberg and Sandra Oh are hosting, so it should be fun! At least for the first couple hours before you fall asleep during the boring categories—you know how it goes.

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^ Footage of everyone struggling to stay awake.

HALP, I Don't Have a TV

Honestly, who does anymore? But if you have an internet connection, you can stream the show through NBC Live using your cable log-in. And if you don't have a cable log-in, you can maybeeeee stream the show via Facebook. The Golden Globes Powers That Be haven't confirmed this yet, but they did stream their nominations so there's hope. Meanwhile, if you just have a phone on you, there's the convenient NBC App!

And uh, if you don't have an internet connection or a phone, I don't know how to help you. All is lost.

Fact: The Red Carpet Is All I Care About

Cool, 'cause E! is coming through! The network will air their iconic Live From the Red Carpet special prior to the awards at 6:00 pm ET, and obviously it'll be hosted by Ryan Seacrest and Giuliana Rancic.

Meanwhile, Facebook teamed up with the HFPA to stream the *official* red carpet, also at 6:00 pm ET, which you can watch right here. And if you're tuned into NBC itself, you can expect the red carpet to start at 7:00 pm ET. Until then, enjoy this GIF of the Golden Globes' reigning Red Carpet Queen:

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H/T Cosmo US

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