By Nicole Lyn Pesce
Television’s biggest night is this Sunday — but what if you don’t have a TV antenna or a cable subscription?
We’ve got you covered.
The 73rd Primetime Emmy Awards — which will be hosted by Cedric the Entertainer in Los Angeles — begin broadcasting at 8 p.m. ET Sunday on CBS. So any local CBS stations that you have access to on cable or via antenna will show the awards show live.
But cord-cutters still have plenty of ways to watch, as well, as long as they have a smart TV or a streaming device such as a Roku /zigman2/quotes/205087179/composite ROKU -3.58% , the Amazon /zigman2/quotes/210331248/composite AMZN -2.90% Fire TV stick, an Apple /zigman2/quotes/202934861/composite AAPL -0.53% TV or Google /zigman2/quotes/202490156/composite GOOGL -3.04% Chromecast.
Streaming services showing the awards include ViacomCBS’ /zigman2/quotes/200340870/composite VIAC -0.71% own Paramount+ streaming service, for example, which costs $4.99 a month with ads, or $9.99 monthly with no commercials. You can also sign up for a 7-day free trial here .
These other services will also stream the Emmys on Sunday:
There’s Hulu Live TV; you can sign up for a 7-day free trial here , or it’s regularly $65 a month.
Or YouTube TV starts at $65 a month, and new subscribers can save $10 a month for the first three months for a limited time.
Speaking of streaming services, this year’s nominees are dominated by series from Netflix /zigman2/quotes/202353025/composite NFLX +1.78% and Disney+ /zigman2/quotes/203410047/composite DIS -1.12% , which led the nominations with 24 apiece for “The Crown” on Netflix and “The Mandalorian.” on Disney+. The Apple TV+ series “Ted Lasso” scored 20 nods.
Broadcast networks scored only two nominations, for the NBC /zigman2/quotes/209472081/composite CMCSA +0.35% drama “This Is Us” and the ABC comedy “Black-ish,” as the Associated Press reported. Check out the complete list of nominees here .