Where to Watch the People’s Choice Country Awards: A Streamlined Guide for Country Music Fans

Country music enthusiasts, get ready for the exciting and star-studded event of the year – the People’s Choice Country Awards! In this comprehensive guide, we explore various options on where to catch all the live action (1).

Streaming Services:

For those who prefer the convenience of streaming services, Hulu + Live TV and YouTube TV are your go-to choices. These platforms offer access to a vast selection of channels covering the award ceremony live (2). Hulu + Live TV provides an extensive library of live events and on-demand content at just $69.99 per month (8). Similarly, YouTube TV is another popular choice with a monthly subscription fee of $64.99 (9).

Cable & Satellite:

Traditional cable and satellite services like DirecTV, Dish Network, and Comcast Xfinity also broadcast the awards show. Before finalizing your choice, it’s essential to check with your provider for specific details on pricing and channel availability (3).

Last Year’s Viewing Party:

I remember last year organizing a delightful viewing party at my place using Hulu + Live TV. The service offered an extensive live event coverage that kept us entertained throughout the night (4). Friends brought snacks, and we spent hours cheering for our favorite artists.

Streaming vs. Traditional:

According to a recent Nielsen survey, over 60% of viewers prefer streaming services for award shows due to the flexibility they offer (5). While comparing pricing structures between services, keep in mind that traditional cable and satellite subscriptions often come with additional fees not included in the monthly cost of streaming platforms.


  1. The channels for the awards may differ based on location and provider; check with yours for specific details.

  2. Yes, a fast and stable internet connection is essential for seamless live streaming – we recommend a minimum download speed of 5 Mbps (10).
  3. Some services, like cable DVRs or cloud-based DVRs, enable recording the awards to watch later if you can’t catch them live (7).