People’s Choice Awards 2018: The People’s Choice Awards will celebrate the value of voting as well by doling out prizes to those movies, TV shows, actors, musicians, and more who have been the most impressive in 2018. The 2018 E! People’s Choice Awards are finally here and we can’t wait to see which celebrities, songs, movies, TV shows and more take home that coveted PCAs trophy.
In a few short hours your favorite stars from every area of the entertainment world will be in Santa Monica to walk the red carpet and attend E!’s first-ever broadcast of the People’s Choice Awards.
Sounds like a big deal, right? Well, it is, and not just for fans, but for the stars who will be taking home awards tonight because you voted for them.
Sure, you’ll still love Riverdale if it doesn’t win Drama TV Show of 2018, and you’ll always have a special place in your heart for Drake even if he isn’t named Male Artist of 2018, but it will be amazing to see which of your votes actually took your top choices to the winner’s circle.
Melissa McCarthy and Victoria Beckham have already been announced as winners of the People’s Icon of 2018 and Fashion Icon awards respectively so we know they will be in attendance and taking the stage to accept their awards.
John Legend will be performing as a part of his presenter duties—he’s honoring Bryan Stevenson with the People’s Champion Award—and both Nicki Minaj (the opener) and Rita Ora will also be slaying the stage.
The awards, now part of NBCUniversal’s E! network after years on CBS, celebrate a number of categories including music, TV, movies, and the stars themselves. It also has some wackier categories like most binge-worthy show. You can check out the full (very long) list of finalists here. There’s no actual host this year, but E! promises a star-studded performance lineup, including an opening performance by Nicki Minaj.
Red Carpet coverage is set to begin today (Sunday, November 11) at 7 p.m., with the ceremony beginning at 9 p.m. ET. If you’re a cord cutter looking to live-stream the action, you’ll need access to one of the five NBCUniversal-owned channels that will air the event. They include Bravo, E!, Syfy, Universo, and USA Network.
These streaming services offer NBCUniversal channels and some are offering free promotions, so you can try them out and cancel if you’re not into it:
FuboTV: This low-cost service has a free trial going and offers NBCU channels in some areas. Find it here.
YouTube TV: The Google-owned live-TV service offers NBCU channels. You can find a full list here.
Hulu with Live TV: Hulu’s live TV service offers NBCU channels. Find it here.
Sling TV: This one from Dish Network offers NBCU channels. Find it here.
Bravo or USA online: You can stream live TV directly from these networks’ websites, but you’l need access to login credentials from a cable or satellite TV company, which is annoying. Find them here and here.