2017 Grammy Awards Live Stream: How To Watch Via iPhone, iPad, iTouch, Mac And Apple TV
The 2017 Annual Grammy Awards will be held on Feb. 12 at the Staples Center in Los Angeles and will be broadcasted internationally on CBS via the live streaming app. The CBS All Access will be the prime source for anyone who would want to witness the spectacular awarding ceremonies of the stars, via streaming that is.
Live Streaming App
The CBS All Access is a streaming service of CBS, which gives the fans access to all of its content including live TV and on-demand content. The live streaming app is accessible on Chromecast, Roku, Android, Xbox, Apple TV and Fire TV. It is also available on iPhone, iTouch, iPad and Macbook.
CBS All Access is a paid streaming service, which cost $5.99 per month to subscribe. The user can enjoy the privilege of a one-week free trial and wipe out it the minute the Grammys end, as advised on 9To5 Mac.
The CBS All Access also offers live streaming via iOS and tvOS. The All Access application should be downloaded from the App Store to enjoy the awarding stars studded ceremonies. For Mac, fans can just navigate to the All Access official website.
How To Subscribe?
To take advantage of the Live and On Demand programs, as well as the Grammys, simply sign up to the CBS All Access Website. Credit card information is needed to gain the subscription, however, when the consumer cancels the service within the one-week free trial, full charges will be not be reflected.
As previously reported, James Corden will host the Grammys live from the Staples Center. The star-studded show will start at 8 p.m. The confirmed performers are Adele, Taylor Swift, Bruce Springsteen, The Beach Boys, Alicia Keys, Kelly Clarkson, Rihanna, Maroon 5, Bruno Mars, Katy Perry, Lady Gaga with Metallica, Chance the Rapper, Lukas Graham, Sturgill Simpson, Carrie Underwood with Keith Urban and much more.
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