Golden Globes 2021: Here’s how and when to watch the international award ceremony in India tomorrow!

Golden Globes 2021 here’s how you can watch the international award ceremony in India, scroll down to see where!
Golden Globes 2021: Here’s how and when to watch the international award ceremony in India tomorrow!
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As the pandemic took over our lives in the past year, sadly award season was also delayed. After many such delays, we finally have the award seasons head of us. Kicking off with Golden Globes 2021, the international award season will finally commence in no more than a few short hours. Just ahead of the much-anticipated ceremony, we’re telling you how and where you can watch the award show first hand. 

 

After being delayed from its standard date of early January, the ceremony will finally commence as usual to its previous annual offerings, the one difference is that it will take place virtually. For the unversed, the prestigious ceremony will honour the best of movies and TV shows of the year 2020 (and early 2021). The ceremony is set to take place at 6:30 am IST tomorrow, March 1. 

 

Keeping in mind that the live telecast will be quite early in India to watch live, one can catch the repeat telecast at 9 pm IST later the same day. The international ceremony can be viewed on Colors Infinity, Comedy Central India, and Vh1 India. For the ones who prefer watching the award ceremony on the Internet, the Golden Globe Awards will also be live-streamed through networks such as AT&T TV, Fubo TV, Hulu with Live TV, Roku Channel, Sling TV, and YouTube in the US.  If you missed it, The Academy released its nominations earlier this month. If you’re wondering what to expect, with Amy Poehler and Tina Fey taking the helm as hosts this year again after their well-received appearance in 2013, 2014, and 2015, the ceremony is bound to be a memorable one.

 

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