The Grammy Awards 2022 full show Premiere Ceremony, that will take place prior to the main show can be streamed in real-time on Grammy.com and the Recording Academy’s YouTube channel.
Read on to learn the steps and times to stream the Grammy Awards 2022 full show on your television or laptop.
The ceremony was delayed in January because of the nationwide increase for COVID-19 related instances during the Omicron rise. With cases decreasing and states removing masking mandates and mask mandates being removed, the Grammy Awards will be back to honor music and the biggest stars on live television CBS as well as Paramount+.
Instead of being held in the newly renamed Staples Center in Los Angeles the show is now being held in Las Vegas at the MGM Grand Garden Arena. For the second time in consecutive years the comedian as well as “Daily Show” host Trevor Noah is returning as host.
This is what viewers will watch when they tune in on Sunday.
How do I enjoy the Grammy Awards 2022 full show
- What is:The 64th Annual Grammy Awards
- Date:Sunday, April 3, 2022
- The time is Time: 8 p.m. ET/5 p.m. PST (Red carpet coverage begins around 7 p.m. ET/4 p.m. (PT))
- Location: MGM Grand Garden Arena in Las Vegas, Nevada
- In TV:Your Local CBS station
- On-line streamLive as well as on-demand on Paramount+
- Updates live:Check CBSNews.com to find an updated list of the winners and break-through stars
Big stars and even bigger performances
When the show was initially set to air, Lady Gaga, Brothers Osborne, BTS, Brandi Carlile, Billie Eilish, Lil Nas X Jack Harlow, and Olivia Rodrigo All of them, who have announced their new shows in 2021 were named as performing.
This week this week, this week, the Recording Academy announced an extended lineup of performers, which includes Jon Batiste, H.E.R, Nas and Chris Stapleton.
Twelve-time Grammy winner Foo Fighters, who earned three nominations this year had been scheduled to play however, they they will not perform following the recent passing of their drummer Taylor Hawkins
Leslie Odom Jr., Ben Platt and Rachel Zegler who will also be on to the stage this Sunday along with Grammy winners Cynthia Erivo. The quartet will sing in an In Memoriam segment, featuring songs and a tribute to their beloved American composer Stephen Sondheim, who passed away at the end of November.
How to Watch the Grammys on CBS
The 64th Grammy Awards 2022 full show will be broadcast on Sunday, January 6. Grammy Awards will air exclusively on CBS on Sunday. The show will begin with 5 p.m. PST/8 p.m. ET. If you own an internet connection (or the HDTV antenna) you can simply look up the local listings for information on channels to stream the ceremony. The ceremony itself can be streamed live on to CBS.com and via the CBS app available to Amazon Fire TV users.
If you don’t have television for the year 2022, the Grammys are streamed exclusive to ParamountPlus..
How to Watch the Grammys on Paramount+
Paramount+ members can stream the show in real-time, or on demand, through Paramount+. Paramount+ application. If you’re still not subscribed to Paramount+, sign up today to get the first seven days of trial for free. The monthly plan will cost $9.99 per month following the trial period, however you can unsubscribe at anytime.
How to Watch the Grammys on FuboTV
Aren’t you familiar of FuboTV? If you’ve been in search of live TV at a reasonable price, then you should to try. Fubo TV is a great option. Fubo TV, you can enjoy hundreds of network, cable as well as sports channel. Fubo’s Pro package ($69.99 monthly) include more than 110 channels including ABC, CBS, Fox, NBC, FX, TLC, AMC, MSNBC, ESPN, FS1 and Nickelodeon. Included in your subscription includes over 1000 hours Cloud DVR as well as unlimited streaming for as many devices.
How to Watch the Grammy Awards 2022 full show on Hulu
Are the Grammys on Hulu? Yes! to stream live awards shows you’ll require Hulu and Live TV ($69.99 per month). The subscription grants access to over 75 live channels, as well as plenty of online content that you can access at home or while on the move. Hulu + Live TV includes CBS, ABC, NBC, CW and Fox along with the most popular entertainment channels like ET, Bravo, Comedy Central, E!, Freeform, Lifetime, MTV VH1, OWN, TBS, TNT, and USA.
Additionally, you’ll have access to everything available on Hulu, Disney+ and ESPN+, and there’s the option of adding HBO Max, Starz and other channels to your streaming subscription for a fee.
More Ways to Watch the Grammy Awards 2022 full show Online
Finding the best streaming service for live TV requires some digging. Unfortunately, Vidgo and Philo do not offer CBS however there are other low-cost options available. For instance, AT&T’s Direct TV stream costs $59.99 per month for a period of time. It will provide over 65 local and cable channels. The special offer is good for 30 bucks in the course of three months.
If you’re an Sling TV subscriber, the service doesn’t offer CBS but subscribers can enjoy CBS as well as others local TV channels using the AirTV Antenna. You can also stream CBS through Roku as well as Chromecast and Roku. Chromecast through their CBS or Paramount+ apps.