Grammys Awards Live

When the 60th Annual Grammy Awards hits New York’s Madison Square Garden this Sunday (Jan. 28), music fans will be able to get a close-up view of the pre-show festivities through Facebook Live.

Grammys Awards Live

“Grammys Live From the Red Carpet” (formerly “Grammy Live”) will be live streamed exclusively on The Recording Academy Facebook page and CBS Facebook page via Facebook Live for the first time and GRAMMY.com.

Red carpet and behind-the-scenes coverage will be helmed by television personality Quddus and radio personality Ted Stryker, respectively. “Grammys Live from the Red Carpet” will begin at 3 p.m. ET/12 p.m. PT.

Also for the first time, the Facebook community can take a deeper dive into the live excitement on Facebook Watch. Throughout the evening, Grammy highlights will also be available on Facebook. Watch including red carpet arrivals, pre-show coverage and backstage color commentary. Additionally, fans can submit questions to artists on Facebook for a chance to have them answered during “Grammys Live From the Red Carpet.”

Following the pre-show, music fans—for the fourth year—will be able to stream the 60th Annual Grammy Awards live across digital platforms through CBS All Access. The telecast will air live from Madison Square Garden from 7:30 p.m.-11 p.m. ET.

SAG Awards Live

Was last Sunday lacking in goose bump–inducing speeches and Natalie Portman burns for you? Get your next awards show fix when the 24th Annual Screen Actors Guild Awards, or the SAG Awards as they are affectionately called, airs this Sunday, January 21, on TNT and TBS at 8:00 p.m. ET / 5:00 p.m. PT.

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Kristen Bell is hosting this year’s ceremony. Several of the SAG Awards nominees also nabbed Golden Globes nods, but there were a few notable shake-ups. The Shape of Water only had two nominations and, somewhat astonishingly, The Post earned none. Popular TV shows Stranger Things, Big Little Lies, and Glow each received four nominations.

Last year’s SAG Awards was a show to remember—from Winona Ryder’s facial expressions to the spirited speeches against Trump’s immigration ban—and we’re fairly certain that this Sunday’s show will be another one for the record books.

But what to do if you’re sans TV? Here’s the work-around: TBS and TNT subscribers can watch the SAG Awards live through the networks’ websites, mobiles apps (iOS, Android), and connected device apps (Roku, Apple TV, Amazon Fire). If you’re not a subscriber, you can also stream the awards via Hulu if you subscribe to the Hulu With Live TV plan.

Need to brush up on which movies and television shows are nominated? We’ve got you covered: Check out the full list here.

PGA Awards Live

The Producers Guild Awards have been one of the most closely watched races in the run-up to Oscars because they have presaged the academy’s choice for Best Picture eight times in the last 10 years. However, the two times they disagreed were the last two years in a row, despite the fact that the PGA uses the same preferential ballot that decides the Oscars. Are they still a reliable bellwether? Scroll down for our complete predictions in eight categories for film as well as TV. The nominees are ranked in order of their racetrack odds, with the projected winners highlighted in gold.

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There are 11 nominees for Best Picture at this event, and chances are good most of the eventual Oscar nominees for Best Picture — if not all of them — are on the PGA’s list. We’re currently predicting a victory for “Three Billboards Outside Ebbing, Missouri,” but this is a close race where it faces a tough challenge from four other movies: “Lady Bird,” “Get Out,” “The Shape of Water,” and “Dunkirk.”

But the winner here may not necessarily become the Oscar frontrunner. Two years ago “The Big Short” pulled off a surprise victory over “The Revenant” and “Spotlight,” but then “Revenant” won the Directors Guild and “Spotlight” won the Oscar anyway. Last year the PGA Awards were an easy call for “La La Land,” which looked like it was on its way to a sweep of the awards season, but then it tripped at the finish line and “Moonlight” claimed the top Oscar.

Thankfully, other PGA races appear more clear-cut. “Coco” looks almost unbeatable for Best Animated Feature, while on the TV side “The Handmaid’s Tale” (Best Drama Series), “Last Week Tonight with John Oliver” (Best TV Variety Series), and “The Voice” (Best TV Reality Competition Series) are strong front-runners. Do you agree with our forecasts? Check out our predictions below, and make sure to enter or update your picks here before awards are handed out on Saturday night, January 20.

NFL Conference Championship Live

The NFL divisional round didn’t disappoint with a few upsets and last-minute victories. The New England Patriots and Philadelphia Eagles took care of business at home anAd will advance to their conference championships. The Jacksonville Jaguars upset the Pittsburgh Steelers at Heinz Field in this great divisional matchup and advance to battle the Patriots. The Minnesota Vikings win at home against the New Orleans Saints 29-24 and will travel to Lincoln Financial Field to take on the Eagles. There are two games this weekend as we enter the Conference Championship round of the NFL playoffs.

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Here are the Conference Championship Games: Date, Time, TV, Location, Point Spread provided by Football Locks.

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Conference Championship Games Info:

#3 Jacksonville Jaguars @ #1 New England Patriots
When: Jan. 21, 3:05 p.m. ET
Where: Gillette Stadium, Foxborough, Massachusetts
TV: CBS
Spread: Patriots (-9)
O/U: 46.5

#2 Minnesota Vikings @ #1 Philadelphia Eagles
When: Jan. 21, 6:40 p.m. ET
Where: Lincoln Financial Field, Philadelphia, Pennsylvania
TV: FOX
Spread: Vikings (-3.5)
O/U: 38

Want to watch the #1 NFL show on Facebook Live? LIKE NFL by Chat Sports on Facebook to be notified when the NFL Daily goes live at 6 p.m. ET every day! The NFL divisional round didn’t disappoint with a few upsets and last-minute victories. The New England Patriots and Philadelphia Eagles took care of business at home and will advance to their conference championships. The Jacksonville Jaguars upset the Pittsburgh Steelers at Heinz Field in this great divisional matchup and advance to battle the Patriots. The Minnesota Vikings win at home against the New Orleans Saints 29-24 and will travel to Lincoln Financial Field to take on the Eagles. There are two games this weekend as we enter the Conference Championship round of the NFL playoffs.

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Conference Championship Games Info:

#3 Jacksonville Jaguars @ #1 New England Patriots
When: Jan. 21, 3:05 p.m. ET
Where: Gillette Stadium, Foxborough, Massachusetts
TV: CBS
Spread: Patriots (-9)
O/U: 46.5

#2 Minnesota Vikings @ #1 Philadelphia Eagles
When: Jan. 21, 6:40 p.m. ET
Where: Lincoln Financial Field, Philadelphia, Pennsylvania
TV: FOX
Spread: Vikings (-3.5)
O/U: 38

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Critics’ Choice Awards Live

Olivia Munn hosts the Critics’ Choice Awards. And watch a news special on Tonya Harding.

What’s on TV

THE 23RD CRITICS’ CHOICE AWARDS 8 p.m. on the CW. In his Golden Globes monologue, Seth Meyers joked that future awards show hosts were watching him “like the first dog they shot into outer space.” Well, next up is Olivia Munn, who will host this show, in which the best of television and movies are determined by a panel of critics. “The Shape of Water” leads with 14 nominations, including best picture, while “Feud: Bette & Joan” received six on the TV side. And Gal Gadot will be honored with a #SeeHer Award recognizing women who push boundaries.

TRUTH AND LIES: THE TONYA HARDING STORY 9 p.m. on ABC. Two years ago, “The People v. O. J. Simpson” forged a path for the Marcia Clark Redemption Story, as the actress Sarah Paulson brought the real-life Ms. Clark around the awards circuit. The next divisive ’90s figure to have her legacy rehabilitated is Tonya Harding, who was depicted by Margot Robbie in “I, Tonya.” (Don’t you dare compare her to Monica Lewinsky, though.) She was acknowledged by Allison Janney onstage at the Golden Globes, and now is the bject of this investigative special. With current interviews and archival footage, “Truth and Lies” wades into Ms. Harding’s traumatic childhood and tries to uncover how much she knew about the attack on her rival Nancy Kerrigan.

S.W.A.T. 10 p.m. on CBS. This Shemar Moore-led drama has performed decently enough in the ratings to be picked up for a full 22-episode season. Mr. Moore plays Daniel Harrelson, a Los Angeles police sergeant who was raised in the area; in Thursday’s episode, his team tries to rescue civilian hostages during a prison riot. But he suspects an ulterior motive behind the uprising.

What’s Streaming

CONTACT on Walter Presents. In “The Mentalist” and “Psych,” detectives pass off observational skills as superpowers as they solve crimes. The central detective in “Contact,” however, actually possesses a supernatural ability: He can read the secrets and memories others have left behind on objects. Thomas Jouannet stars in this French-language series, which moves from New York to France after the protagonist discovers that someone plans to kill his brother.

MARIE ANTOINETTE (2006) on Netflix. Few movies have more entrancing and decadent costume work than “Marie Antoinette,” which captures 18th-century Versailles in all of its gaudy splendor, and won the Academy Award for costume design. But the movie, directed by Sofia Coppola, is more than a parade of frills; it’s a humanizing character portrait (Kirsten Dunst plays the title role) and a critique of social norms and rituals. In his review in The New York Times, A. O. Scott called it “a thoroughly modern confection, blending insouciance and sophistication, heartfelt longing and self-conscious posing with the guileless self-assurance of a great pop song.” The anachronistic soundtrack is driven by new-wave anthems; Jason Schwartzman plays the lonely and overwhelmed Louis XVI.

Golden Globes Awards

All eyes will be on the Golden Globe Awards this Sunday — and not just for the red carpet and big winners. This first major awards show since sexual misconduct allegations rocked Hollywood, the Globes will be closely watched this year for how its host, Seth Meyers, and the winners and presenters make use of their time at the mic.

What you need to know ahead of the big night

The 75th Annual Golden Globe Awards return to NBC with host Seth Meyers this Sunday, January 7th at 8 p.m. ET / 5 p.m. PT. Here’s everything you need to know to watch the event.

The Red Carpet

The Golden Globes Facebook page has the exclusive live stream of the two-hour event leading up to the show beginning at 6 p.m. ET / 3 p.m. PT.

E! News will be leading the live televised red-carpet coverage beginning at 6 p.m. ET / 3 p.m. PT — their fashion analysis can be viewed on the E! network, the official E! website with a cable log-in, or on the E! News app, which will see a return of the immersive E! Live 360.

The Ceremony

For cable subscribers, tune in to your local NBC affiliate for the live broadcast at 8 p.m. ET / 5 p.m. PT. Cable subscribers can also view the ceremony on NBC’s live streaming site or smartphone app with proper cable credentials.

The live ceremony will not be streamed anywhere for free. However, a few over-the-top subscription services offer NBC. Head to Hulu’s Live TV Plan, Sling TV,  or YouTube TV, all of which conveniently offer free trials!