Where to Watch the 2013 Grammys

By TV.com Staff

Feb 09, 2013

Awards season presses onward this weekend with the 55th Annual Grammy Awards, airing once again on CBS. Returning host LL Cool J presides, and NCIS's Pauley Perrette will be on hand as the evening's social media/backstage correspondant. Herewith, your vital stats.


When do the Grammys air?

This year's event is set for Sunday, February 10 on CBS. However, the ceremony will NOT air live in all markets. Look for the real-time telecast at 8pm Eastern/7pm Central; if you live outside those two time zones, check your local listings to confirm the start time of the taped replay.


Can I watch the awards online?

In a word, no (not legally, anyway). CBS won't be streaming the actual awards ceremony, but you can visit the network's Grammy Live page for access to red-carpet, behind-the-scenes, and other related coverage. Here's a full schedule of the events that'll be available live.


What about on mobile?

Same deal: You won't be able to stream the actual ceremony, but you can download the Grammys app (on iPhone, iPad, and Android) for access to red-carpet, behind-the-scenes, and other related coverage.


Who's scheduled to perform?

The Black Keys, Justin Timberlake, Elton John and Ed Sheeran, Rihanna, Taylor Swift, Mumford and Sons, fun., and more; find a full list here at Grammy.com.



Are you planning to watch the Grammys this weekend? Or will you be sticking with, say, Downton Abbey, Once Upon a Time, or The Walking Dead?

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  • Nickylucas Feb 10, 2013

    The Walking Dead please.

  • KeithStammer Feb 10, 2013

    Dear CBS, the return of The Walking Dead is going to kill the ratings for your over-hyped, self-indulgent musical awards show.

  • JT_Kirk Feb 10, 2013

    How about a list of where I can avoid watching the Grammys?

  • lalaforever1989 Feb 10, 2013

    Damn. Remember when people gave a damn about the Grammy's? I'll wait....

  • stanking Feb 10, 2013

    No, only grammies and grampies remember that.

  • safibwana Feb 09, 2013

    The what now? I'm only glad they aren't important enough to disrupt real television.