On January 28th in New York City - that's the date and location where the 60th Grammy Awards will take place, anyone with an iPhone, iPad, Mac, or Apple TV can sit and watch everything, complete. with the beloved / beloved James Corden. This is the second year in a row Brit has been responsible for the trial process, and whether you are a fan or not, it is fair to say that this should be an exciting night for all concerned.
Starting at 19.30 ET / 4:30 PM PT but with all important carpet coverage starting one hour before that, there should be plenty to enjoy for 3 hours full 30 minutes runtime. If you want to get into the action, and ask for a handy Apple device, here's what you need to do to get your Grammy.
With CBS having exclusive rights to The Grammy Awards, the best and easiest way to stream everything is through the CBS All Access application or website. It's not free, but there's a free trial for a week that can make you laugh without spending a dime. Beyond that, it costs $ 5.99 per month. Sign up can be done either through the CBS All Access application or via the website if you want, but remember to cancel the free trial if what you are looking for is a Grammy good. Apple TV, iPhone, and iPad all have apps available through their respective App Store. If you're using a Mac, you can use the CBS website.
This year should be much enjoyed, and with music from some of the biggest names in the industry, CBS All Access free trial can be the best thing you do, well this month. Maybe.
Expect to see:
- Elton John and Miley Cyrus
- Bruno Mars
- DJ Khaled
- Lady Gaga
- Gambina is childish
- Kendrick Lamar
- Sam Smith
- Cardi B
I've heard at least some of them!