Watch the Grammy’s Online: Live Stream Guide

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Music’s most prominent event of the year returns to Los Angeles’ STAPLES Center for The 58th GRAMMY Awards on Monday, February 15, 2016, at 8:00 p.m. on CBS. For the fifth time, the two-time Grammy Award winner, LL COOL J will host the 58th GRAMMY Awards. The amount of A-list performers set to perform at this years Grammy’s have music fans thrilled.  Some music artists to note that plan to perform is 10-time Grammy award-winning Little Big Town, 10-time Grammy Award winner Adele, Album Of The Year nominee, Kendrick Lamar, and making his debut Grammy performance, The Weeknd.

For music fans searching for a way to watch the Grammy’s online, you’ve arrived at the right place. Nowadays, you don’t need expensive cable subscriptions to access your favorite TV content. In this article, you’ll learn the several legal ways to watch the Grammy’s online with cable.


Watch The Grammy’s Online with CBS All Access

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One of the excellent legal choices to watch the Grammy’s online is to use CBS All Access, the official streaming service from CBS. This is a standalone streaming service from CBS, that will offer the Grammy’s live stream and will be available in 126 select markets across the country. Along with live TV, CBS All Access provides subscribers with access to about 7,500 CBS TV shows, both past, and present episodes. You can read all the details in our CBS All Access review.

At $5.99 a month, CBS All Access is available in 126 markets (and rapidly expanding) across the United States where you can enjoy live streaming of your favorite CBS shows. If CBS All Access is not available in your area, you can still watch your favorite shows the next day with the CBS App. With CBS All Access, music fans can enjoy the Grammy’s live stream on their TV with a Roku, Chromecast, Android, Xbox 360, Apple TV, or Fire TV devices.

Give CBS All Access a test run with a free 7-day trial! 


Connect an Antenna and OTA DVR to Watch The Grammy’s Live Stream

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The Over-the-Air DVR business is growing and it’s been wonderful news for people who want to record, pause, or rewind live TV. If you want the best experience, I strongly suggest using an antenna with an OTA DVR.

With the use of an antenna and OTA DVR, you’ll be able to pick up major networks such as CBS. This means that you can watch The Grammy’s live stream straight on your TV at no cost!

At Cut Cable Today, we recommend an OTA DVR such as the Tablo when pairing it with an antenna. Not only can you record shows with a Tablo, but you can also stream live TV and your recordings on your phone, computer, or tablet anywhere you go with an internet connection.

Next, our favorite antenna is the Mohu Leaf 50. Without the need for a cable subscription, the antenna has an effective 50-mile range to access Over-the-Air TV channels. The Mohu Leaf 50 tops other antennas with its impressive technology that filters out FM signals for a distinct picture quality. The Tablo and Mohu Leaf 50 presents an enjoyable way to watch The Grammy’s live, without paying a dime!


Learn How To Watch More TV Shows Online

With the help of this guide, you understand how to watch The Grammy’s online, but now you’re wondering how you can watch your other favorite TV shows online. We have a complete guide on legal ways to watch TV shows online and a useful TV search engine to find your favorite shows!



Christopher Church

Christopher Church is a marketing strategist, social media expert, and writer.In May 2015, Christopher earned his Bachelor of Business Administration degree in marketing from Radford University.