Today, one of the biggest awards shows is taking place straight from Hollywood in the Golden Globes, and if you’re reading this article, we can only assume that you are interested in seeing some (if not all) of the red carpet coverage leading up to the show.
The Globes itself will start at 8:00 p.m. Eastern / 5:00 p.m. Pacific, but the coverage of the red carpet will begin on E! starting at 1:00. We do give the network a hard time more often than not for some of its antics and weird camera-angles, but they do a pretty good job with the coverage for the most part given what the average viewer is looking for. (Granted, we’ll vomit if they continue to subject serious performers to a mani-cam.)
For those wondering about a live stream for the red carpet, it will be starting up at around 5:55 p.m. Eastern or 2:55 p.m. Pacific over at the link here. (Update: If you’re having trouble finding the stream, try going over here.) That’s a good chance to have a high-quality, similar experience for those who don’t want to park themselves in front of the TV. We cannot guarantee that it will work for everyone internationally, but we know in years past it has worked for us when we were watching from Canada.
Also, be wary of the live streams you see elsewhere claiming to be for the show itself; there may be a few official ones running depending on your location, but they will all likely require verification.
We’re going to be around this evening bringing you all the coverage you could hope for, whether it be some news pertaining to the winners, host Ricky Gervais, or some notable moments. Be on the lookout for more coverage from us!
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