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How to Stream the People’s Choice Awards Without Cable in 2022

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Intro: How to Stream the People's Choice Awards 2022

Tired of hearing what the critics say about your favorite TV, movies, and music? Let’s hear what the people think. This article will cover everything you need to know before you stream the 2022 People’s Choice Awards.

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What to Know About This Year's Ceremony

The annual People’s Choice Awards honors the best in movies, TV, pop culture, and music. Unlike other award shows that are voted on by an elite “academy,” these awards are voted on by fans online. 

This year’s ceremony will be hosted by SNL’s Kenan Thompson. This is his second year hosting the PCAs.

Nominees up for the big awards this year include Brad Pitt, Chris Hemsworth, Elizabeth Olsen, and Selena Gomez, among others. Nominated movies include Bullet Train, Doctor Strange in the Multiverse of Madness, and Jurassic World Dominion. On the TV side, nominees include House of the Dragon, Stranger Things, and This Is Us

Ryan Reynolds, Lizzo, and Shania Twain will all be presented with special awards this year.

Go here for the full list of nominees.

E! will kick off the festivities with a red carpet special beginning at 7:00PM Eastern Time on Tuesday, December 6th, 2022.

Then the ceremony itself will air from 9:00PM-11:00PM Eastern Time on both NBC and E! on Tuesday, December 6th, 2022.

How to Stream the 2022 People's Choice Awards

To stream the ceremony when it first airs live on December 6th, you will need access to a live TV streaming service that includes either NBC or E!. 

Subscribers to Peacock’s Premium Plus Plan now have access to their local NBC station. So if you are a Peacock Premium Plus subscriber, you’ll be able to watch the ceremony live on Peacock.

Other streaming services that include access to NBC or E! are listed in this chart.

ServicePriceFree Trial?Sign-Up Link
Sling TV*$40-$55/mo.NoSign Up Here
Hulu + Live TV$69.99/mo. (incudes ESPN+)NoSign Up Here
fuboTV$69.99/mo (+ 15% off 1st month)Yes (7 Days)Sign Up Here
DIRECTV Stream$69.99/mo.Yes (5 Days)Sign Up Here
YouTube TV$64.99/moYes (varies)Sign Up Here

*Sling TV has NBC stations in Chicago, Boston, Dallas/Fort Worth, Miami/Fort Lauderdale, Hartford/New Haven, Los Angeles, New York, Philadelphia, San Francisco/Oakland/San Jose, Washington D.C., and San Diego with the Sling Blue or Sling Orange & Blue plans. E! is also included on Sling's Blue or Orange & Blue Plans.

Will the People's Choice Awards Be on Peacock?

Yes. The 2022 People's Choice Awards ceremony will stream live on Peacock for Peacock Premium Plus subscribers on December 6th and will be available to stream on-demand for all Peacock subscribers on either the the Premium Plan or Premium Plus Plan on December 7th.

Peacock Premium’s normal price is $4.99 a month or $49.99 a year. Peacock Premium Plus, which removes ads from on-demand content and gives you access to your NBC station is normally $9.99 a month or $99.99 a year. 

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Final Thoughts: How to Stream the People's Choice Awards 2022

Do you plan to watch the 2022 People's Choice Awards? Which nominees are you rooting for? Let us know in the comments!

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Matt Davis is a writer, entertainment critic, and content creator that hails from the Kanas City area. He has been featured in various publications, including TODAY.com and CNET. As the founder of Shall I Stream It? he has helped it grow into a multi-platform media outlet that reaches over 100,000 viewers each month.
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