How to watch the 73rd Emmy Awards free live stream: How to watch online without cable

0 64

Cedric the Entertainer is hosting the CBS 73rd Emmy Awards from 8 to 11 p.m. on Sunday, Sept. 19.

The live, personal ceremony will take place at Microsoft Theatre this year, even if the audience is limited to nominees and their visitors.


  • LIVE STREAM: CBS on Paramount+ (free trial), fuboTV (free trial) and Hulu Live TV (free trial)



“The 73rd Emmy Award” will be presented at 8 p.m. on Sunday, 19 September, and Cedric the Entertainer will be the master of the event. The show also features a performance by Jon Batiste and Leon Bridges as well as appearances by countless famous artists.

Here’s the details you need to see a free “The Emmy Awards 2021” live stream without cable online.

Cableless viewing of ‘The 2021 Emmy Awards’

You can stream “The Emmys 2021” live on any of the following streaming platforms if you are a cutter or do not have a cable:

TV Fubo (free trial)

Paramount More (free trial)

Note: You will also have free access to the “Big Brother” 24-hour live feeds with Paramount Plus.
When are ‘The Emmys 2021’ on?

“The Emmys” air at 8 p.m. CBS on Sunday, Sept. 19. Local programming will follow at 11 p.m.

What is CBS channel?

You can use a channel finder on the website of your provider to find it: Spectrum, Charter, Optimum, DIRECTV, Dish, Verizon Fios, AT&T U-verse.

How to view on-demand ‘The 73rd Primetime Emmy Award’

If you missed the Emmy Awards or want to watch other CBS series or events, look for them on the following platforms:

TV Fubo (free trial)

Paramount More (free trial)

What are the Emmy Awards?

In accordance with the event description on the official CBS website: CBS Presents 73RD EMMY® AWARDS on the CBS Televisions Network on Sunday 19th Sept. (8:00-11:00 p.m., live ET/5:00-8:00 p.m., Live PT) and is available on Paramount+ live and on demand. The broadcast will feature a live show organized by Cedric the Entertainer, star, and managing producer of CBS’ hit comedy THE NEIGHBORHOOD. Reginald Hudlin and Ian Stewart, nominated by Emmy Award manufacturers, are to produce and Hamish Hamilton will direct telecasting for Done+Dusted and Hudlin Entertainment production companies. This year’s TV program will also return to a live Emmy Awards Ceremony at the Microsoft Theater with a small audience of nominees and their guests.

Here’s a look at the “Emmys” former winner, kind to the official YouTube channel of the show:

Here are some of the nominations:

  • Outstanding lead actor in a comedy series: Anthony Anderson in “black-ish;” Kenan Thompson in “Kenan;’ Michael Douglas in “The Kominsky Method;” William H. Macy in “Shameless;” and Jason Sudeikis in “Ted Lasso.”
  • Outstanding lead actor in a drama series: Regé-Jean Page in “Bridgerton;” Josh O’Connor in “The Crown;” Jonathan Majors in “Lovecraft Country;” Matthew Rhys in “Perry Mason;” Billy Porter in “Pose;” and Sterling K. Brown in “This Is Us.”
  • Outstanding lead actress in a comedy series: Tracee Ellis Ross in “black-ish;” Kaley Cuoco in “The Flight Attendant;” Jean Smart in “Hacks;” Allison Janney in “Mom;” and Aidy Bryant in “Shrill.”
  • Outstanding lead actress in a drama series: Olivia Colman in “The Crown;” Emma Corrin in “The Crown;” Elisabeth Moss in “The Handmaid’s Tale;” Uzo Aduba in “In Treatment;” Jurnee Smollett in “Lovecraft Country;” and Mj Rodriguez in “pose.”
  • Outstanding comedy series: “black-ish,” “Cobra Kai,” “Emily in Paris,” “The Flight Attendant,” “Hacks,” “The Kominsky Method,” “Pen15,” and “Ted Lasso.”
  • Outstanding drama series: “The Boys,” “Bridgerton,” “The Crown,” “The Handmaid’s Tale,” “Lovecraft Country,” “The Mandalorian,” “Pose” and “This Is Us.”
  • Outstanding competition program: “The Amazing Race,” “Nailed It!” “Top Chef,” and “The Voice.”
You might also like
Leave A Reply

Your email address will not be published.

%d bloggers like this: