News How to Watch the 2019 Golden Globes By Caroline Shannon Karasik Caroline Shannon Karasik Instagram Twitter Caroline Shannon Karasik is an instructor at Catapult and an MFA candidate in Antioch University's creative writing program. Her work has appeared in InStyle, The Cut, Narratively, Catapult, Vice, Women's Health, among others and she is currently at work on a memoir. She lives in Pittsburgh with her husband, daughter, and five adopted cats. InStyle's editorial guidelines Updated on December 11, 2018 @ 04:15PM Pin Share Tweet Email Gone are the days when anyone solely tuned in to their favorite shows by cozying up in front of the TV. Whether you binge ‘em all from your laptop with a service like Hulu or Netflix or stream on your phone for on-the-go entertainment, you watch television on your schedule — and the Golden Globes are no exception. First, the details on the 2019 awards show: The Golden Globes will take place Jan. 6 at 8 p.m. ET on NBC at the Beverly Hilton Hotel, with Andy Samberg and nominee Sandra Oh sharing the hosting duty. Christopher Polk/NBC Universal And if you want options for viewing everything from the red carpet to the big wins, then there are a few ways to do just that. For starters, you can simply flip the channel to NBC around 6 p.m. ET (the red carpet coverage typically starts two hours in advance of the show) and kick back to pick your favorite looks of the night. Plus, last year the pre-show was the spot for conversation surrounding the Time's Up and the #MeToo movement, both of which inspired A-listers to wear black as a means for expressing their solidarity. InStyle contributor Elizabeth Kiefer wrote that "the sea of black dresses were a signal to a world watching that something has changed this year" which means that in 2018 everyone will be watching to see what's to come. The 2019 Golden Globes Nominations Are Finally Out and They're Full of Surprises If television isn’t an option but you do have access to cable, then you’re in luck. In 2018, viewers were able to stream the show via the NBC website or mobile app, so chances are likely that will be available for the 2019 event as well. All you had to do was verify your cable provider, according to Entertainment Weekly. Non-cable subscribers could also watch via services like DirecTV Now, Hulu’s Live TV package, Sling TV, Sony PlayStation Vue, and YouTube TV. Keep in mind — none of these services are free, but some do offer free trial subscriptions. And if you’re really just here for the red carpet fashion moments and chats with celebrities, then you can keep your fingers crossed for a repeat of last year’s two-hour live stream on The Golden Globes Facebook page. With all these viewing options, there's no excuse to miss a moment of what's sure to be an epic show!