How To Cach Up With The Grammys On PS4, Xbox One, And Nintendo Switch
Music to your ears.
The 61 Annual Grammy Awards aired live on Sunday, February 10 on CBS. But what if you want to catch up through one of your gaming consoles? Whether you've cut the cord or you just want to watch in between gaming rounds, you can watch the award show right from your dashboard.
Both Xbox One and PlayStation 4 have the CBS All Access app, which streamed the Grammy Awards live. A CBS All Access subscription costs $6 per month, or $10 for the commercial-free option. If you'd just like to check out the service and use it to watch the Grammys, you can sign up for a one-week free trial to gain access to the award show along with all of the other content. Keep in mind that charges will start automatically once the free trial ends, unless you manually cancel.
If you'd rather watch on Nintendo Switch, you'll need the Hulu app instead. CBS isn't carried in the standard Hulu line-up, but it is carried with the highest-tier Live TV package--ordinarily priced at $45 per month. Like CBS All Access, though, you can sign up for a free trial to test the service and watch the Grammys. Charges will apply automatically after the free trial ends.
The Grammy Awards was hosted by Alicia Keys, no stranger to the awards with fifteen Grammys herself. She was the first woman to host the event in more than a decade. The show also included musical performances by Camila Cabello with Ricky Martin, Arturo Sandoval, Young Thug and J Balvin, Dolly Parton, and more.
The Grammys will air air on CBS, the parent company of GameSpot.
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