The Voice’ crowns its winner on December 14 — here’s how to watch the season finale live without cable

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“The Voice.”

  • “The Voice” is a singing competition with an all-star panel of coaches.
  • The season 21 finale airs on December 14 at 9 p.m. ET on NBC.
  • You can stream “The Voice” live on services like Sling Blue, or the next day on Peacock and Hulu.

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“The Voice” will air its season 21 finale on December 14. You can watch the show live at 9 p.m. ET on NBC through cable, satellite, antenna, or live TV streaming services like Sling TV. The finale will also be available to stream the next day on Peacock and Hulu.

Like past seasons, this year’s competition began with the coaches choosing singers for their teams based on blind auditions. Ariana Grande, Kelly Clarkson, Blake Shelton, and John Legend round out the panel of coaches. 

After battling it out across several rounds, five contestants remain in the finale. Viewers will vote on the winner and the champion will be announced on December 14. The finale will also feature special performances from stars like Alicia Keys, Coldplay, Carrie Underwood, Ed Sheeran, and more.

If you want to stream “The Voice” live or on-demand, here’s how you can watch the finale without cable.

How to watch ‘The Voice’ season 21 finale

You can watch the season 21 finale of “The Voice” on December 14 at 9 p.m. ET on NBC. Live TV streaming services like Sling TV, Hulu + Live TV, Fubo TV, and YouTube TV all carry NBC in select markets. You can also stream the show through the NBC website or NBC app if you have an authenticated pay-TV account. 

Sling Blue is the cheapest service with live access to “The Voice” finale. This option costs $35 a month ($10 for your first month). Be aware, however, that NBC is only available in select areas through Sling.

Hulu + Live TV, Fubo TV, and YouTube TV all include access to live NBC as well, but regular prices start at $65 a month for each service. Though that’s a lot more than Sling, they each feature at least 65 live channels compared to Sling Blue’s 43 channels.

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Outside of live TV options, on-demand episodes of “The Voice” are available on Peacock the day after they air on TV. That said, you’ll need a Peacock Premium ($5/month) or Peacock Premium Plus ($10/month) plan to watch new episodes. 

On-demand episodes of “The Voice” are also available to watch on Hulu the day after they air on NBC. A Hulu subscription costs $7 a month for ad-supported streaming or $13 a month for ad-free streaming. New members get a 30-day free trial.

Who are the finalists on ‘The Voice’ this season?

Five contestants are left as finalists on “The Voice.” The remaining singers include:

  • Girl Named Tom (Team Kelly)
  • Hailey Mia (Team Kelly)
  • Jershika Maple (Team Legend)
  • Paris Winningham (Team Blake)
  • Wendy Moten (Team Blake)
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How to get 6 months of Apple Music for free, no purchase necessary

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Apple Music is one of the best music streaming services available, especially if you’re someone who uses an iPhone and other Apple products. Right now, new members can get their first six months of Apple Music for free from Best Buy. That’s double the regular trial period that Apple gives subscribers directly.

The service offers access to over 75 million songs, hundreds of curated playlists, radio shows, and more. You can use it to download songs for offline listening, stream music across all your devices, and even find occasional album exclusives. Apple Music usually costs $10 a month for ad-free streaming with advanced features like lossless audio and Dolby Atmos, but eligible college students and Siri users can get specific plans for as little as $5 a month.

If you’re new to the service, there’s no better way to start than with six free months. We’ve outlined how to snag your own Apple Music trial, below. 

How to get 6 free months of Apple Music

  1. Go to Best Buy’s website and sign up for an account with the store.
  2. Add the “Free Apple Music for six months” digital download to your cart.
  3. Go to your cart and check out.
  4. Wait for a digital code to be sent to the email address linked to your Best Buy account.

Once your trial ends, your Apple Music subscription will auto-renew for $10 a month, which can be cancelled anytime. This deal is only good for new Apple Music members.

It’s not clear how long Best Buy’s promotion will be available. It started in May 2021, and is still running now. 

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HBO’s ‘Succession’ airs its season finale on December 12 — here’s how to watch the Emmy-winning series

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Jeremy Strong as Kendall Roy on HBO’s “Succession.”

  • “Succession” is about the turbulent lives of a wealthy family running a media corporation.
  • You can watch the season three finale on December 12 at 9 p.m. ET on HBO Max and HBO.
  • HBO Max costs $10/month for an ad-supported plan or $15/month for an ad-free plan.

Season three of “Succession” premiered October 17 on HBO Max and the HBO cable channel. You can watch the season finale on December 12 at 9 p.m. ET.

The critically acclaimed series follows the wealthy Roy family as they attempt to run a giant media empire and fight to wrest control of the company from their aging patriarch. “Succession” is known for its mix of tense drama and dark humor.

After an explosive turn of events in the show’s season two finale, the future of the Roy family business remains up in the air. Actors Alexander Skarsgård and Adrien Brody are among the guest stars that joined the ensemble cast for season three. The series also stars Brian Cox, Jeremy Strong, Sarah Snook, Kieran Culkin, and Alan Ruck.

Lauded by critics, the second season of “Succession” received an Emmy award for outstanding drama series. The first two seasons are both “Certified Fresh” on the review-aggregation website Rotten Tomatoes. Season three of “Succession” currently holds a “96% Fresh” rating.

How to watch ‘Succession’ season finale

You can watch the season three finale of “Succession” on December 12 at 9 p.m. ET on HBO Max and the HBO cable channel. All eight previous episodes of the third season are available to stream on-demand right now. If you’re new to the show, you can also stream the first two seasons in their entirety on HBO Max.

For viewers on a budget, HBO Max offers an ad-supported plan for $10 a month. This tier gives you access to “Succession” and all of the streaming service’s on-demand entertainment, except for same-day movie premieres. To stream those titles, you need the ad-free HBO Max plan for $15 a month.

HBO Max does not directly offer a free trial to new members, but current Hulu subscribers can claim a free seven-day trial of HBO Max as an add-on. The ad-free HBO Max add-on costs $15 a month after your free trial.

Watch HBO Max through your preferred web browser or with the dedicated app on smartphones, tablets, PlayStation consoles, Xbox consoles, and streaming devices. You can also stream HBO Max on smart TV models like LG, Samsung, and Vizio. The HBO Max website has a full list of all compatible devices.

What other Emmy-winning series can I watch on HBO Max?

HBO won nine awards at the 2021 Primetime Emmy Awards for captivating series like “Mare of Easttown,” “Hacks,” and “I May Destroy You.” Kate Winslet won outstanding lead actress in a limited series for her portrayal of a police detective in rural Pennsylvania.

Other HBO series have taken home numerous Emmy awards over the years as well. A few of the other Emmy-winning series available to stream right now on HBO Max include:

  • “Band of Brothers”
  • “Barry”
  • “Big Little Lies”
  • “Euphoria”
  • “Game of Thrones”
  • “The Newsroom”
  • “The Sopranos”
  • “Veep”
  • “Watchmen”
  • “Westworld”
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Marvel’s ‘Eternals’ is now playing only in theaters, but you can stream it on Disney Plus starting January 12

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Brian Tyree Henry leading the group as Phastos in “Eternals.”

  • Marvel’s “Eternals” is currently only in theaters, but the movie will hit Disney Plus on January 12. 
  • The superhero film focuses on a group of immortal beings who have lived on Earth for centuries.
  • A Disney Plus subscription costs $8 a month or $80 per year.

Marvel’s “Eternals” is now playing exclusively in theaters, but the movie will be added to Disney Plus on January 12. “Eternals” is the third of four MCU films to release this year, following “Black Widow” and “Shang-Chi and the Legend of the Ten Rings.” “Spider-Man: No Way Home” will be released in theaters on December 17.

“Eternals” introduces some of the most powerful characters in the Marvel universe, a group of immortal beings who have been secretly living on Earth since the earliest days of man. The film’s ensemble cast includes Angelina Jolie, Salma Hayek, Kumail Nanjiani, Brian Tyree Henry, and Kit Harington. The Marvel series was originally created by legendary artist Jack Kirby.

“Eternals” is directed by Academy Award winner Chloé Zhao. Zhao’s previous film, “Nomadland,” won the 2021 Oscar for best picture. You can watch “Nomadland” now on Hulu

Where to watch ‘Eternals’

For now, the only way to watch “Eternals” is in theaters, but it will be made available to all Disney Plus subscribers on January 12, at no extra cost. Disney Plus is the streaming home for nearly every movie in the Marvel Cinematic Universe, except the films starring Spider-Man and Hulk. 

Marvel’s “Black Widow” started streaming on Disney Plus the same day it hit theaters in July 2021 with a $30 Premier Access fee. The move sparked controversy and led to star Scarlett Johansson filing a lawsuit against Disney that was eventually settled. The next Marvel movie, “Shang Chi,” premiered in theaters in September 2021 and hit Disney Plus on November 12.

Disney Plus costs $8 a month or $80 per year. To subscribe, visit DisneyPlus.com or download the Disney Plus app. If you’re also interested in subscribing to Hulu and ESPN+, you can sign up for a discounted bundle with Disney Plus starting at $14 a month. 

Disney Plus supports up to 4K streaming with Dolby Vision and HDR. The Disney Plus app is available on Apple devices, Android, PlayStation, Xbox, Roku, Fire TV, and most smart TV brands.

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The Game Awards 2021 honored the year’s best video games and debuted exclusive trailers — here’s who won

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Metroid Dread won Best Action/Adventure Game at The Game Awards 2021.

  • The Game Awards 2021 were livestreamed on December 9 from the Microsoft Theater in Los Angeles.
  • Awards were given in more than 25 categories and the show premiered new trailers for upcoming games.
  • The big winner of the night was It Takes Two, which took home the award for Game of the Year.

The Game Awards 2021 honored the year’s best video games and unveiled multiple world premiere trailers during a live ceremony at the Microsoft Theater in Los Angeles. The event was livestreamed across multiple platforms and you can watch a replay of the show now on YouTube, Twitch, Twitter, and Facebook Live.

Electronic Arts’ cooperative adventure It Takes Two earned Best Multiplayer Game, Best Family Game, and Game of the Year, the show’s most prestigious award. Bethesda’s Deathloop won awards for Best Game Direction and Best Art Design. Other winners included the indie release Kena: Bridge of Spirits and Microsoft’s Forza Horizon 5.

The Game Awards featured debut trailers for tons of games, including Sonic Frontiers, starring Sonic the Hedgehog, a Wonder Woman game from Warner Bros., Star Wars Eclipse, a story-based adventure, and Alan Wake II, a sequel more than 10 years in the making. Highly anticipated titles like Elden Ring, Horizon Forbidden West, and Forspoken premiered new footage as well.

The Game Awards also included trailers for upcoming video game adaptations coming to theaters and TV. “Sonic the Hedgehog 2” showed off it’s first trailer and Paramount Plus offered a first look at the “Halo” TV series coming in 2022.

Awards were distributed across more than 20 categories, including Game of the Year, Best Game Direction, Best Narrative, and genre specific awards like Best Action Game and Best Fighting Game. You can find a full breakdown of nominees below. Winners in each category are marked in bold.

The Game Awards 2021 winners and nominees

Game of the Year

It Takes Two
Best Game Direction

Deathloop Bethesda
Best Narrative

Marvel's Guardians of the Galaxy game
Best Ongoing Game

Final Fantasy XIV Endwalker
  • Apex Legends (Respawn/EA)
  • Call of Duty: Warzone (Infinity Ward/Raven/Activision)
  • Final Fantasy XIV Online (Square Enix)
  • Fortnite (Epic Games)
  • Genshin Impact (MiHoYo)
Best Art Direction

The Artful Escape
Most Anticipated Game

Elden Ring
  • Elden Ring (FromSoftware/Bandai Namco)
  • God of War Ragnarök (Sony Santa Monica/SIE)
  • Horizon Forbidden West (Guerrilla Games/SIE)
  • Sequel to The Legend of Zelda: Breath of the Wild (Nintendo)
  • Starfield (Bethesda Game Studios/Bethesda)
Best Community Support

Apex Legends
Best Action/Adventure

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Metroid Dread won Best Action/Adventure Game at The Game Awards 2021.

Best Role Playing

Monster Hunter Rise
Best Multiplayer

Back 4 Blood
  • Back 4 Blood (Turtle Rock/WB Games)
  • It Takes Two (Hazelight Studios/EA)
  • Knockout City (Velan Studios/EA)
  • Monster Hunter Rise (Capcom)
  • New World (Amazon Games)
  • Valheim (Iron Gate Studio/Coffee Stain)
Best Fighting Game

Guilty Gear Strive
Best Family Game

New Pokemon Snap
Best Sim/Strategy

Microsoft Flight Simulator
  • Age of Empires IV (Relic Entertainment/Xbox Game Studios)
  • Evil Genius 2: World Domination (Rebellion Developments)
  • Humankind (Amplitude Studios/Sega)
  • Inscryption (Daniel Mullins Games/Devolver)
  • Microsoft Flight Simulator (Asobo Studio/Xbox Game Studios)
Best Sports/Racing Game

FIFA 22
  • F1 2021 (Codemasters/EA Sports)
  • FIFA 22 (EA Vancouver/EA Sports)
  • Forza Horizon 5 (Playground Games/Xbox Game Studios)
  • Hot Wheels Unleashed (Milestone)
  • Riders Republic (Ubisoft Annecy/Ubisoft)
Best Action

Retunal
  • Back 4 Blood (Turtle Rock/WB Games)
  • Chivalry II (Torn Banner Studios/Tripwire Interactive)
  • Deathloop (Arkane Studios/Bethesda)
  • Far Cry 6 (Ubisoft Toronto/Ubisoft)
  • Returnal (Housemarque/SIE)
Best VR/AR

Resident Evil 4 VR
  • Hitman 3 (IO Interactive)
  • I Expect You To Die 2 (Schell Games)
  • Lone Echo II (Ready at Dawn/Oculus Studios)
  • Resident Evil 4 (Armature Studio/Capcom/Oculus Studios)
  • Sniper Elite VR (Coatsink/Just Add Water/Rebellion Developments)
Best Mobile Game

Pokemon Unite
  • Fantasian (Mistwalker)
  • Genshin Impact (MiHoYo)
  • League of Legends: Wild Rift (Riot Games)
  • Marvel Future Revolution (Netmarble)
  • Pokemon Unite (TiMi Studios/The Pokemon Company)
Best Indie

Kena Bridge of Spirits
  • 12 Minutes (Luis Antonio/Annapurna Interactive)
  • Death’s Door (Acid Nerve/Devolver Digital)
  • Kena: Bridge of Spirits (Ember Lab)
  • Inscryption (Daniel Mullins Games/Devolver Digital)
  • Loop Hero (Four Quarters/Devolver Digital)
Best Debut Indie

Sable
  • Kena: Bridge of Spirits (Ember Lab)
  • Sable (Shedworks/Raw Fury)
  • The Artful Escape (Beethoven & Dinosaur/Annapurna)
  • The Forgotten City (Modern Storyteller/Dear Villagers)
  • Valheim (Iron Gate/Coffee Stain)
Games for Impact

No Longer Home
  • Before Your Eyes (GoodbyeWorld Games/Skybound Games)
  • Boyfriend Dungeon (Kitfox Games)
  • Chicory (Greg Lobanow, Alexis Dean-Jones, Lena Raine, Madeline Berger, A Shell in the Pit/Finji)
  • Life is Strange: True Colors (Deck Nine/Square Enix)
  • No Longer Home (Humble Grove, Hana Lee, Cel Davison, Adrienne Lombardo, Eli Rainsberry/Fellow Traveler)
Best Performance

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Maggie Robertson’s Lady Dimitrescu in Resident Evil Village

  • Erika Mori as Alex Chen, Life is Strange: True Colors
  • Giancarlo Esposito as Anton Castillo, Far Cry 6
  • Jason E. Kelley as Colt Vahn, Deathloop
  • Maggie Robertson as Lady Dimitrescu, Resident Evil Village
  • Ozioma Akagha as Julianna Blake, Deathloop

 

Best Score and Music

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Cyberpunk 2077.

  • Cyberpunk 2077 (Marcin Przybylowicz, Piotr T. Adamczyk, composers)
  • Deathloop (Tom Salta, composer)
  • NieR Replicant ver.1.22474487139 (Keiichi Okabe, composer)
  • Marvel’s Guardians of the Galaxy (Richard Jacques, composer)
  • The Artful Escape (Johnny Galvatron & Josh Abrahams, composers)
Best Audio Design

Forza Horizon 5

 

Innovation in Accessibility

Ratchet Clank Rift Apart
Best Esports Game

League of Legends Riot Games
  • Call of Duty (Activision)
  • CS:GO (Valve)
  • DOTA2 (Valve)
  • League of Legends (Riot Games)
  • Valorant (Riot Games)
Best Esports Team

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FaZe Clan’s “Call of Duty” team Atlanta FaZe after winning the 2021 “Call of Duty” League Championship.

  • Atlanta FaZe (COD)
  • DWG KIA (LOL)
  • Natus Vincere (CS:GO)
  • Sentinels (Valorant)
  • Team Spirit (DOTA2)
Best Esports Event

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Edward Gaming (EDG) after winning the 2021 “League of Legends” World Championship

  • 2021 League of Legends World Championship
  • PGL Major Stockholm 2021
  • PUBG Mobile Global Championship 2020
  • The International 2021
  • Valorant Champions Tour: Stage 2 Masters
Best Esports Coach

  • Airat “Silent” Gaziev
  • Andrey “ENGH” Sholokhov
  • Andrii “B1ad3” Horodenskyi
  • JamesCrowderCrowder
  • Kim “kkOma” Jeong-gyun
Best Esports Athlete

  • Chris “Simp” Lehr
  • Heo “ShowMaker” Su 
  • Magomed “Collapse” Khalilov
  • Oleksandr “s1mple” Kostyliev
  • Tyson “TenZ” Ngo
Content Creator of the Year

  • Dream
  • Fuslie
  • Gaules
  • Ibai
  • TheGrefg
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The 16 best Christmas movies on Disney Plus — from ‘The Santa Clause’ to ‘Home Alone’

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  • Disney Plus has an expansive list of Christmas movies available to stream for the holidays.
  • Highlights range from animated classics, like “A Christmas Carol,” to family favorites like “Home Alone.”
  • Disney Plus costs $8 a month or $80 a year, and you can buy an annual plan as a gift.

Whether you’re gathering with friends or family, or just curling up with a cozy blanket on the couch, Disney Plus has a wholesome selection of holiday movies to entertain you this season.

The service costs $8 a month or $80 a year, and you can even buy an annual membership as a gift. If you haven’t purchased Disney Plus yet, we broke down everything you need to know about the streaming service in our full Disney Plus guide.  

To help you choose which titles to stream,  we gathered 16 of our favorite Christmas movies available to watch with a Disney Plus membership. The selection includes something for audiences of every age and taste, from live-action classics to animated feature films.

Here are the top 16 Christmas movies currently streaming on Disney Plus.

‘Home Alone’

Home Alone

Watch “Home Alone” on Disney Plus

Kevin may be forgettable to his family, but “Home Alone” is unforgettable to its fans. Watch the shenanigans that unfold when a young boy’s parents accidentally leaves him at home during their family’s Christmas vacation.

In addition to the original movie, the entire “Home Alone” franchise is available on Disney Plus. You can also view “Home Alone 2: Lost in New York,” “Home Alone 3,” and the brand-new entry “Home Sweet Home Alone.”

‘A Christmas Carol’ (2009)

A movie poster for "A Christmas Carol"

Watch “A Christmas Carol” on Disney Plus

A CG animated rendition of the classic holiday story, the 2009 “A Christmas Carol” stars Jim Carrey as Ebenezer Scrooge. The movie uses 3D animation and motion capture to bring the characters and plot to life, making it a fun choice for audiences of any age.

‘Jingle All The Way’

A movie poster for 'Jingle All The Way'

Watch “Jingle All The Way” on Disney Plus

This ’90s family flick starring Arnold Schwarzenegger tells the story of a dad’s determination to get the perfect gift for his son. Though far from a critical favorite, it’s a fun comedy to stream with the kids, or even to watch alone if you’re just feeling a little nostalgic.

‘Noelle’

Noelle

Watch “Noelle” on Disney Plus

This Disney Plus original from 2019 is the perfect opportunity to start a new family holiday tradition. “Noelle” follows the story of Kris Kringle’s daughter (Anna Kendrick) as she searches for her brother (Bill Hader), Nick, in an attempt to save Christmas. 

‘Annie’ (1999)

Annie

Watch “Annie” on Disney Plus

While the original film version of “Annie” may not be a Christmas movie, the 1999 edition follows everyone’s favorite redheaded orphan as she spends Christmas in Oliver Warbucks’ luxury mansion. I grew up watching this version of “Annie,” so I’m a bit biased, but dare I say it’s better than the original. Plus, this version features plenty of musical theatre stars, including Audra McDonald, Alan Cumming, Kristin Chenoweth, Victor Garber, and Kathy Bates. 

‘The Santa Clause’

The Santa Clause

Watch “The Santa Clause” on Disney Plus

Have you ever wondered what life would be like if your dad turned into Santa? “The Santa Clause” has your answer. Just like “Home Alone,” Disney Plus also features “Santa Clause 2” and “Santa Clause 3: The Escape Clause,” creating the perfect movie marathon. 

‘Frozen’

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Watch “Frozen” on Disney Plus

Contrary to Elsa’s belief, the cold definitely bothered me anyway. However, “Frozen” is a heartwarming family film to remedy even the coldest of winter days. When Elsa’s powers unintentionally freeze the city of Arendelle, she and her sister Anna strive to save the city from an endless winter.

The 2019 sequel, “Frozen II,” is also available to stream, as is the 2017 spinoff short film, “Olaf’s Frozen Adventure,” which specifically takes place during the Christmas season.

‘Lego Star Wars Holiday Special’

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Watch “Lego Star Wars Holiday Special” on Disney Plus

“Star Wars” fans old and new will appreciate this walk down memory lane for the franchise. In an effort to learn more about the Force, Rey joins BB-8 on a journey that highlights epic moments of “Star Wars” history. 

‘The Nightmare Before Christmas’

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Watch “The Nightmare Before Christmas” on Disney Plus

Though some may say this spooky special is technically a Halloween movie, it does have Christmas in the title. Watch as Jack Skellington’s attempt to hijack Christmas goes awry in this Tim Burton classic.

‘High School Musical: The Musical: The Holiday Special’

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Watch “High School Musical: The Musical: The Holiday Special” on Disney Plus

On Disney Plus, the ever-popular “High School Musical” franchise has been revived with a gen-z twist: The Disney Plus series profiles fictional attendees of the infamous high school that’s home to the original film. The holiday special spotlights several of the key players from “High School Musical: The Musical: The Series” as they discuss their own holiday traditions and perform their favorite songs of the season.

‘The Mistle-Tones’

The Mistle-Tones

Watch “The Mistle-Tones” on Disney Plus

Christmas movies are fun in any capacity, but especially so when Christmas music is involved! Watch along as two Christmas singing groups compete in a sing-off. 

‘Mickey’s Christmas Carol’

Mickey's Christmas Carol

Watch “Mickey’s Christmas Carol” on Disney Plus

It’s hard to be a Scrooge while watching anything that Mickey’s involved in. This version of “A Christmas Carol” sticks to the usual storyline, but the Disney twist makes it both fun and family-friendly. 

”Twas the Night’

'Twas The Night

Watch “‘Twas the Night” on Disney Plus

Disney Channel original movies are at the heart of Disney Plus nostalgia. Such is the case with “‘Twas the Night,” which profiles a boy and his uncle (played by Bryan Cranston) as they try to assume Santa’s role on Christmas Eve. 

‘The Ultimate Christmas Present’

The Ultimate Christmas Present

Watch “The Ultimate Christmas Present” on Disney Plus

This is the perfect Christmas movie for West Coasters who dream of a snowy holiday season. Two LA-based friends team up to create a snow day for their school, but they have to think on their feet when the machine goes awry. 

‘The Muppet Christmas Carol’

The Muppet Christmas Carol

Watch “The Muppet Christmas Carol” on Disney Plus

The Muppet Movie” was a favorite of mine growing up, so I was thrilled to see the Christmas iteration available on Disney Plus. Similar to Mickey’s take on the classic, this movie takes the same plot as the original version of “A Christmas Carol,” but Kermit and Miss Piggy add a bit of extra fun. 

‘Mickey’s Once Upon a Christmas’

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Watch “Mickey’s Once Upon a Christmas” on Disney Plus

Nothing brings the holiday joy quite like Mickey, Minnie, and the whole Disney gang. Watch them reminisce on their favorite Christmas stories in “Mickey’s Once Upon a Christmas.” The sequel, “Mickey’s Twice Upon a Christmas,” is also available for the whole family to enjoy. 

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The Game Awards 2021 will honor the year’s best video games and debut exclusive trailers — here’s how to watch live on December 9

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Metroid Dread is one of six nominees for Game of the Year at the 2021 Game Awards.

  • The Game Awards 2021 will be livestreamed on December 9 at 8 p.m. ET from Los Angeles.
  • There are 30 award categories and you can expect debut trailers for upcoming video games and movies.
  • You can watch The Game Awards on multiple platforms including YouTube, Twitch, Twitter and Facebook.

The Game Awards 2021 will honor the year’s best video games and unveil multiple world premiere trailers for upcoming games and movies during a live ceremony at the Microsoft Theater in Los Angeles. The event will be streamed online starting at 8 p.m. ET across multiple platforms, including YouTube, Twitch, Twitter, Facebook Live, and more.

While most of the special announcements will be kept secret until The Game Awards begin, you can expect trailers for Rocksteady’s Suicide Squad game, a debut trailer for the “Sonic the Hedgehog 2” movie, and a first look at the “Halo” TV series coming to Paramount Plus in 2022. Fans are still speculating on what announcements we’ll see from major publishers like Nintendo, Sony, and Microsoft.

How to watch The Game Awards 2021

You can watch The Game Awards 2021 live on many different streaming and social platforms, including YouTube, Twitch, Twitter, and Facebook Live. The show is set to begin at 8 p.m. ET. Visit the official website for a full list of places where you can watch the stream, and international start times. The stream is free to watch on all platforms. You can find the YouTube feed embedded below.

Awards will be distributed across more than 20 categories, including Game of the Year, Best Game Direction, Best Narrative, and genre specific awards like Best Action Game and Best Fighting Game. Gamers can vote for their picks in each category, but the winners are ultimately decided by a jury panel of more than 100 members, with fan votes accounting for 10 percent of the final decision. 

Along with celebrating the best video games of 2021, The Game Awards will feature live musical performances by Sting, Imagine Dragons, and the Game Awards orchestra, as well as celebrity appearances from Keanu Reeves, Jim Carrey, Giancarlo Esposito, and more.

The Game Awards 2021 nominees

Game of the Year

Deathloop Juliana
Best Game Direction

It Takes Two
Best Narrative

Life is Strange True Colors
Best Ongoing Game

Final Fantasy XIV Endwalker
  • Apex Legends (Respawn/EA)
  • Call of Duty: Warzone (Infinity Ward/Raven/Activision)
  • Final Fantasy XIV Online (Square Enix)
  • Fortnite (Epic Games)
  • Genshin Impact (MiHoYo)
Best Art Direction

The Artful Escape
Most Anticipated Game

Elden Ring
  • Elden Ring (FromSoftware/Bandai Namco)
  • God of War Ragnarök (Sony Santa Monica/SIE)
  • Horizon Forbidden West (Guerrilla Games/SIE)
  • Sequel to The Legend of Zelda: Breath of the Wild (Nintendo)
  • Starfield (Bethesda Game Studios/Bethesda)
Best Community Support

Apex Legends
Best Action/Adventure

Metroid Dread
Metroid Dread is one of six nominees for Game of the Year at the 2021 Game Awards.

Best Role Playing

Monster Hunter Rise
Best Multiplayer

Back 4 Blood
  • Back 4 Blood (Turtle Rock/WB Games)
  • It Takes Two (Hazelight Studios/EA)
  • Knockout City (Velan Studios/EA)
  • Monster Hunter Rise (Capcom)
  • New World (Amazon Games)
  • Valheim (Iron Gate Studio/Coffee Stain)
Best Fighting Game

Guilty Gear Strive
Best Family Game

New Pokemon Snap
Best Sim/Strategy

Microsoft Flight Simulator
  • Age of Empires IV (Relic Entertainment/Xbox Game Studios)
  • Evil Genius 2: World Domination (Rebellion Developments)
  • Humankind (Amplitude Studios/Sega)
  • Inscryption (Daniel Mullins Games/Devolver)
  • Microsoft Flight Simulator (Asobo Studio/Xbox Game Studios)
Best Sports/Racing Game

FIFA 22
  • F1 2021 (Codemasters/EA Sports)
  • FIFA 22 (EA Vancouver/EA Sports)
  • Forza Horizon 5 (Playground Games/Xbox Game Studios)
  • Hot Wheels Unleashed (Milestone)
  • Riders Republic (Ubisoft Annecy/Ubisoft)
Best Action

Retunal
  • Back 4 Blood (Turtle Rock/WB Games)
  • Chivalry II (Torn Banner Studios/Tripwire Interactive)
  • Deathloop (Arkane Studios/Bethesda)
  • Far Cry 6 (Ubisoft Toronto/Ubisoft)
  • Returnal (Housemarque/SIE)
Best VR/AR

Resident Evil 4 VR
  • Hitman 3 (IO Interactive)
  • I Expect You To Die 2 (Schell Games)
  • Lone Echo II (Ready at Dawn/Oculus Studios)
  • Resident Evil 4 (Armature Studio/Capcom/Oculus Studios)
  • Sniper Elite VR (Coatsink/Just Add Water/Rebellion Developments)
Best Mobile Game

Pokemon Unite
  • Fantasian (Mistwalker)
  • Genshin Impact (MiHoYo)
  • League of Legends: Wild Rift (Riot Games)
  • Marvel Future Revolution (Netmarble)
  • Pokemon Unite (TiMi Studios/The Pokemon Company)
Best Indie

Kena Bridge of Spirits
  • 12 Minutes (Luis Antonio/Annapurna Interactive)
  • Death’s Door (Acid Nerve/Devolver Digital)
  • Kena: Bridge of Spirits (Ember Lab)
  • Inscryption (Daniel Mullins Games/Devolver Digital)
  • Loop Hero (Four Quarters/Devolver Digital)
Best Debut Indie

Sable
  • Kena: Bridge of Spirits (Ember Lab)
  • Sable (Shedworks/Raw Fury)
  • The Artful Escape (Beethoven & Dinosaur/Annapurna)
  • The Forgotten City (Modern Storyteller/Dear Villagers)
  • Valheim (Iron Gate/Coffee Stain)
Games for Impact

No Longer Home
  • Before Your Eyes (GoodbyeWorld Games/Skybound Games)
  • Boyfriend Dungeon (Kitfox Games)
  • Chicory (Greg Lobanow, Alexis Dean-Jones, Lena Raine, Madeline Berger, A Shell in the Pit/Finji)
  • Life is Strange: True Colors (Deck Nine/Square Enix)
  • No Longer Home (Humble Grove, Hana Lee, Cel Davison, Adrienne Lombardo, Eli Rainsberry/Fellow Traveler)
Best Performance

Resident Evil Village Capcom
Maggie Robertson’s Lady Dimitrescu in Resident Evil Village

  • Erika Mori as Alex Chen, Life is Strange: True Colors
  • Giancarlo Esposito as Anton Castillo, Far Cry 6
  • Jason E. Kelley as Colt Vahn, Deathloop
  • Maggie Robertson as Lady Dimitrescu, Resident Evil Village
  • Ozioma Akagha as Julianna Blake, Deathloop

 

Best Score and Music

Marvel's Guardians of the Galaxy game
  • Cyberpunk 2077 (Marcin Przybylowicz, Piotr T. Adamczyk, composers)
  • Deathloop (Tom Salta, composer)
  • NieR Replicant ver.1.22474487139 (Keiichi Okabe, composer)
  • Marvel’s Guardians of the Galaxy (Richard Jacques, composer)
  • The Artful Escape (Johnny Galvatron & Josh Abrahams, composers)
Best Audio Design

Forza Horizon 5

 

Innovation in Accessibility

Ratchet Clank Rift Apart
Best Esports Game

League of Legends Riot Games
  • Call of Duty (Activision)
  • CS:GO (Valve)
  • DOTA2 (Valve)
  • League of Legends (Riot Games)
  • Valorant (Riot Games)
Best Esports Team

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FaZe Clan’s “Call of Duty” team Atlanta FaZe after winning the 2021 “Call of Duty” League Championship.

  • Atlanta FaZe (COD)
  • DWG KIA (LOL)
  • Natus Vincere (CS:GO)
  • Sentinels (Valorant)
  • Team Spirit (DOTA2)
Best Esports Event

Five people in black jerseys surround and lift up a silver metal trophy.
Edward Gaming (EDG) after winning the 2021 “League of Legends” World Championship

  • 2021 League of Legends World Championship
  • PGL Major Stockholm 2021
  • PUBG Mobile Global Championship 2020
  • The International 2021
  • Valorant Champions Tour: Stage 2 Masters
Best Esports Coach

  • Airat “Silent” Gaziev
  • Andrey “ENGH” Sholokhov
  • Andrii “B1ad3” Horodenskyi
  • JamesCrowderCrowder
  • Kim “kkOma” Jeong-gyun
Best Esports Athlete

  • Chris “Simp” Lehr
  • Heo “ShowMaker” Su 
  • Magomed “Collapse” Khalilov
  • Oleksandr “s1mple” Kostyliev
  • Tyson “TenZ” Ngo
Content Creator of the Year

  • Dream
  • Fuslie
  • Gaules
  • Ibai
  • TheGrefg
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‘And Just Like That…’ follows the beloved characters of ‘Sex and the City’ in their 50s — here’s how to watch the premiere

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The cast of “And Just Like That…”

  • “Sex and the City” is back with a new miniseries called “And Just Like That…”
  • The new show follows three characters from the original series as they go through life in their 50s.
  • You can stream “And Just Like That…” starting December 9 on HBO Max ($10/month).

“And Just Like That…” presents a continuation of the beloved show “Sex and the City.” The series is coming to HBO Max on December 9 with a two-episode premiere. HBO Max costs $10 a month for ad-supported streaming, or $15 a month for an ad-free experience. 

The show follows three of the original series’ characters: Carrie (Sarah Jessica Parker), Miranda (Cynthia Nixon), and Charlotte (Kristin Davis). Samantha, originally played by Kim Cattrall, will not be returning for the new show. Just as “Sex and the City” detailed the day-to-day life and struggles of women in their 30s, “And Just Like That…” picks up years later by focusing on the daily lives of Carrie, Miranda, and Charlotte in their 50s. 

The original show premiered on HBO in 1998 and saw enough success to run for six seasons through 2004. There are even two “Sex and the City” movies. The first film was released in 2008 and the sequel hit screens in 2010.

How to watch ‘And Just Like That…’

You can watch “And Just Like That…” on HBO Max starting December 9. The first two episodes will debut together, and the following episodes will be released on a weekly basis every Thursday. The show will include a total of 10 episodes. 

You can subscribe to HBO Max for $10 a month. This base plan offers access to “And Just Like That…” and the rest of the service’s library of shows. On the downside, the $10 plan includes ads and does not include Warner Bros same-day movie premieres. To skip the commercials and see movies as they drop, you’ll need to pay for the $15 a month ad-free plan. 

If you’re hoping to try HBO Max for free before buying your subscription, your only hope is to go through Hulu. Hulu subscribers can claim a seven-day trial of HBO Max as an add-on service. The trial is only available to members who are new to HBO Max. 

You can watch “And Just Like That” or any other HBO Max content through your web browser or with the HBO Max app. The app is available on most smartphones, Xbox consoles, PlayStation consoles, tablets, and smart TVs. You can find a complete list of compatible devices on the HBO Max website

What else can I watch on HBO Max?

If you want to catch up on old episodes of “Sex and the City” before streaming the sequel series, you can stream all six seasons of the original show right now on HBO Max. Both “Sex and the City” theatrical movies are also available to stream.

More upcoming HBO Max Originals include “Peacemaker,” a series focused on John Cena’s character from “The Suicide Squad,” and “Finding Magic Mike,” a competition show in which 10 average Joes are pushed to find their inner magic. 

If you’re subscribed to the ad-free plan, you can also look forward to the release of “The Matrix Resurrections” on December 22. 

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How to watch the NFL without cable — the Bills and Patriots face off for the AFC East lead on Monday Night Football

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You can watch the NFL on various live TV streaming services.

  • Week 13 of the 2021 NFL season includes the Bills and Patriots on Monday Night Football.
  • NFL games are spread across several channels, including NFL Network, ESPN, NBC, Fox, and CBS.
  • HD antennas and streaming services offer select NFL games without the need for a cable subscription.

The 2021 NFL season enters the home stretch in week 13, with a single loss separating the top six teams in the AFC and more than 10 NFC teams in the playoff hunt. The 7-4 Buffalo Bills will host the 8-4 New England Patriots in a high-profile Monday Night Football game that will have serious ramifications on the AFC East division race. 

Buffalo beat New England twice in 2020 after losing seven straight games to the Patriots dating back to 2016. This season New England is led by rookie quarterback Mac Jones, who has outperformed the league’s other rookie signal-callers after being taken 15th overall in the draft. Bills quarterback Josh Allen is a candidate for most valuable player this year, with more than 3,000 passing yards and 25 touchdowns so far this season.

Throughout the season, NFL games are spread across five primary channels: ESPN, NBC, Fox, CBS, and the NFL Network. Meanwhile, the next Super Bowl will be broadcast on NBC.

To help ensure you get access to every game you want to watch, we broke down the ins and outs of streaming the NFL season without a cable subscription.

NFL Week 13 schedule

Week 13 of the NFL regular season begins with a Thursday Night Football matchup between the Cowboys and Saints on Fox, NFL Network, and Amazon Prime Video. This week’s Sunday Night Football game will feature the Broncos and Chiefs on NBC and Peacock.

Primetime games are shown nationally, but local broadcasts for afternoon games are determined by your area. 

Game

Date and time Channel
Dallas Cowboys at New Orleans Saints December 2, 8:20 p.m. ET Fox, NFL Network, Amazon Prime
New York Giants at Miami Dolphins December 5, 1 p.m. ET Fox
Indianapolis Colts at Houston Texans December 5, 1 p.m. ET CBS
Minnesota Vikings at Detroit Lions December 5, 1 p.m. ET CBS
Philadelphia Eagles at New York Jets December 5, 1 p.m. ET CBS
Arizona Cardinals at Chicago Bears December 5, 1 p.m. ET Fox
Los Angeles Chargers at Cincinnati Bengals December 5, 1 p.m. ET CBS
Tampa Bay Buccaneers at Atlanta Falcons December 5, 1 p.m. ET Fox
Jacksonville Jaguars at Los Angeles Rams December 5, 4:05 p.m. ET Fox
Washington Football Team at Las Vegas Raiders December 5, 4:05 p.m. ET Fox
Baltimore Ravens at Pittsburgh Steelers December 5, 4:25 p.m. ET CBS
San Francisco 49ers at Seattle Seahawks December 5, 4:25 p.m. ET CBS
Denver Broncos at Kansas City Chiefs December 5, 8:20 p.m. ET NBC, Peacock
New England Patriots at Buffalo Bills December 6, 8:15 p.m. ET ESPN, ESPN2

How to watch NFL games without cable

You can access select NFL games without a cable subscription via streaming services like Hulu + Live TV, Sling TV, FuboTV, YouTube TV, Paramount Plus, Amazon Prime Video, Peacock Premium, and NFL Sunday Ticket. You can also watch local NFL games with an HDTV antenna.

The 2021 NFL regular season began on September 9. During the regular season, Sunday afternoon games with an NFC home team will typically air on Fox, and Sunday afternoon games with an AFC home team will typically air on CBS.

Meanwhile, Sunday Night Football airs on NBC, and Thursday Night Football is broadcast on NFL Network all season long. Select Thursday Night Football games are also shown on Fox and streamed via Amazon Prime and Twitch. Finally, Monday Night Football is on ESPN. 

Additionally, you can stream all your local in-market games on your mobile device for free using the Yahoo Sports app or the NFL app.

Here’s a full roundup of all the services you can use to stream NFL games without cable.

HDTV Antenna

Channel Master’s FLATenna+ antenna

You can purchase an antenna, like this Channel Master model, to add to your TV for about $25, giving you access to local channels within a certain distance. For more recommendations, check out guide to the best digital antennas.

What you get:

Hooking up an HD antenna to your TV gives you access to local over-the-air (OTA) signals in your location. This means that you will be able to access the local affiliates of major broadcast networks, like Fox, CBS, and NBC.

This lets you watch all the regional games broadcast from wherever you’re located. You also get the Sunday Night Football matchup that airs on NBC. Because it’s only a one-time payment, this is a great option if you’re solely interested in watching the team in your area. However, you will not get access to any out-of-market games or games that air on ESPN or the NFL Network.

Sling TV

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If you’re looking for a live TV streaming service to watch football, Sling TV is a great budget option that gives you most of the channels you need at a cheaper price than Hulu or FuboTV.

There are three different plans, depending on what channels you prioritize. Sling Orange and Sling Blue each cost $35 a month, while the combined Sling Orange + Blue plan costs $50 per month. Additionally, you can purchase the Sports Extra package to add NFL RedZone to your plan for $11 per month.

What you get:

Sling Orange has ESPN, while Sling Blue has Fox and NBC in select markets as well as the NFL network. CBS is not currently offered by Sling. While there is a Sports Extra package, it does not include any channels that air live NFL games. 

Your best bet to get access to the most NFL games via Sling is to sign up for the Sling Orange + Blue plan and cash in on Sling’s current promotional offer of a free antenna for local channels. The free antenna requires that you prepay for two months of the Sling service. Plus, if you want RedZone you can add the Sports Extra package to the Orange + Blue Plan for a total of $61 a month.

If you don’t want it all, you can just sign up for Sling Blue to gain access to Sunday afternoon games on Fox and Sunday Night Football games on NBC, or just Sling Orange to gain access to Monday Night games on ESPN, in addition to the local offerings included with the antenna. As with all streaming services, game availability is subject to blackouts.

With Sling’s channel listings, add-ons, and the fact that they provide a free antenna, you can gain access to all local channels, the NFL Network, ESPN, and NFL RedZone, making it one of the most cost-effective ways to watch the NFL without cable. 

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Hulu with Live TV

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In addition to all of its other offerings, Hulu + Live TV has nearly everything you need to stream NFL games for $65 per month. 

What you get: 

Like an HD antenna, Hulu + Live TV gets you access to all the local affiliates of the major broadcasts, meaning Fox, CBS, and NBC. These will show the games that are within your regional broadcast map with the exception of any blackouts. In addition, you also get ESPN, which gives you access to all Monday Night Football games, and NFL Network for Thursday Night Football.

You can also add the Sports add-on package to get NFL Redzone for an extra $10 a month. 

Fubo TV

FuboTV

At $65 a month for the Starter Plan, Fubo TV is one of the most comprehensive live streaming options for NFL football. You can also spend an extra $11 a month to add the Sports Plus with NFL RedZone package.

What you get:

In terms of NFL games, the Starter Plan includes access to local CBS, NBC, and Fox stations (regional availability and blackout restrictions apply). Fubo TV’s Starter Plan also grants you access to ESPN to watch Monday Night Football, and NFL Network to stream Thursday Night Football all season long. 

YouTube TV

YouTubeTV NFL Network

With a base price of $65 a month, YouTube TV is another service that offers access to most NFL games. Additionally, the service announced an agreement with the NFL to offer NFL Redzone as an add-on included in their Sports Plus package for an additional $11 a month. 

What you get:

Like other services at this price range, YouTube TV offers access to all the local channels you need to watch NFL games, including CBS, Fox, and NBC. YouTube TV also offers ESPN and NFL Network in their base package, so you’ll be able to watch all Monday Night Football and Thursday Night Football games. And with the news of the new Sports Plus package, you can also watch NFL Redzone for an additional $11 per month.

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NFL Sunday Ticket

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NFL Sunday Ticket lets NFL fans watch every out-of-market Sunday afternoon game. That said, the service is only available in select areas.

There are two separate plans available: The NFL Sunday Ticket To Go plan costs $73.49 per month for four months, which is $293.96 total. There is also the NFL Sunday Ticket Max plan for $93.99 per month for four months, adding up to $387.96 total.

What you get:

Both plans give you access to all out-of-market Sunday afternoon games. This means that you do not get access to Thursday, Sunday, or Monday night games. You also won’t be able to stream locally televised games with only an NFL Sunday Ticket subscription. However, this is the only way for people hoping to watch full live games of their favorite teams out of market. A fun feature included in both plans is that you can watch four games at once on your screen.

In addition to the normal features, NFL Sunday Ticket Max adds in NFL RedZone and the DirecTV Fantasy Zone, which is a new channel solely dedicated watching games through the lens of fantasy football. 

Paramount Plus

CBS All Access NFL

If you’re just interested in watching locally televised AFC home games, then a Paramount Plus subscription could be all you need. The service lets you stream live CBS television, as well as a growing library of on-demand shows and exclusive titles. Paramount Plus is available for $5 a month with commercials or $10 a month with ad-free on-demand streaming. With that said, all live broadcasts, including NFL games, still feature commercials with the ad-free plan.

What you get:

Paramount Plus offers live streaming for every NFL game that airs on the regular CBS channel in your local market. However, since Paramount Plus only offers CBS content you won’t be able to watch any games that air on other networks or any out of market matches. You can see a full schedule of NFL games set to air on CBS here.

Peacock Premium

Peacock Sports

Peacock won’t be streaming any exclusive games during the 2021 season, but Premium subscribers can stream all the NFL games being broadcast on NBC.

What you get:

For $5 a month, Peacock Premium will give you streaming access to NBC’s Sunday Night Football games, as well as Super Bowl LVI, the Thanksgiving game between the Buffalo Bills and New Orleans Saints, and the 2021 kick-off game between the Dallas Cowboys and Tampa Bay Buccaneers.

The NFL’s flex scheduling gives NBC the option to change the Sunday Night Football game of the week, which typically guarantees that the primetime game will be one of the week’s best matchups.

Amazon Prime Video

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Though yon won’t get local channels, NFL Network, or in-depth analysis, Amazon Prime Video members can watch select Thursday Night Football games with their subscription for no additional cost. A standalone Amazon Prime Video membership costs $9 a month, and the service is included as part of an Amazon Prime subscription for $119 per year or $13 a month.

What you get:

Amazon Prime Video will stream 11 Thursday Night Football games starting week five of the season. These game will also be broadcast on NFL Network and Fox. Since Amazon won’t be streaming any additional games, Prime Video on its own is really only suitable for casual football fans who just want to stream a few games this season. 

Yahoo Sports app and NFL app

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If you’re only interested in watching in-market games without cable or an antenna, then you can stream live local and primetime games on a mobile device using the Yahoo Sports or NFL app. Both options are free and each app is available on iOS and Android smartphones and tablets. 

What you get:

These apps provide live streaming for regular season local and primetime games, playoffs, and the Super Bowl. With that said, you can only watch the games on a mobile device. You’ll also need to ensure that your location services are activated on your phone or tablet.

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Alec Baldwin’s first interview since the fatal ‘Rust’ shooting airs December 2 — here’s how to watch on ABC and Hulu

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Alec Baldwin speaking to ABC in his first interview.

  • ABC News will air Alec Baldwin’s first interview since his involvement in a fatal shooting on the set of “Rust.”
  • Baldwin says he didn’t pull the trigger on the gun that killed Halyna Hutchins and injured another.
  • The interview will air on December 2 at 8 p.m. ET on ABC, and will be available to stream on Hulu later.

In his first interview since his alleged involvement in the shooting that killed cinematographer Halyna Hutchins and injured director Joel Souza, Alec Baldwin says he did not pull the trigger on the weapon that fired a live round on the set of “Rust.”

ABC News will air Baldwin’s interview with George Stephanopoulos on December 2 at 8 p.m. ET. The special, titled “Alec Baldwin Unscripted,” will be added to Hulu to stream after it airs, though ABC hasn’t specified exactly what time it will become available for on-demand viewing.

Previews for the exclusive interview include Baldwin telling Stephanopoulos that he didn’t intentionally fire the weapon that killed Hutchins. However, Baldwin was holding the antique revolver that fired a live round during an October 21 dress rehearsal for “Rust.” Baldwin is both a lead actor and co-producer for the film.

The incident sparked concern across the film industry, with many questioning how a live round could end up in a prop weapon or on a professional film set. Hutchins’ death has also prompted criticism and calls for improved safety standards for Hollywood productions.

ABC is also producing a two-hour episode of “20/20” that will delve further into the “Rust ” shooting and the ongoing investigations of the incident. It will air December 10 at 9:01 p.m. ET, and will stream on Hulu starting December 11.

How to watch ‘Alec Baldwin Unscripted’

ABC News’ exclusive interview with Alec Baldwin is formally titled “Alec Baldwin Unscripted.” The program is hosted by George Stephanopoulos and will air on ABC at 8 p.m. ET on December 2.

If you don’t have access to the ABC network, you can stream the interview on Hulu that same night, though ABC hasn’t said what time it will be ready to stream. Hulu starts at $7 a month for the ad-supported plan and $13 a month for the ad-free plan. The service is available on Apple, Android, Roku, Fire TV, Xbox, PlayStation, and most smart TVs.

If you have a cable subscription, you can also log in to ABC.com with your provider information to watch “Alec Baldwin Unscripted” as it airs. Live TV services like Hulu + Live TV, FuboTV, YouTube TV, and DirectTV Stream also have live access to ABC. That said, if you don’t already have a subscription to one of those services, you’re better off spending less money for standard Hulu and streaming the interview on-demand.

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