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How to watch the MTV Movie & TV Awards online without cable

A mini guide for cord cutters who want to watch MTV’s annual Movie & TV awards, airing tonight at 9 p.m.

How to watch the MTV Movie & TV Awards online without cable
[Image: courtesy of MTV]

Because Mondays are apparently the perfect night for awards shows, MTV is airing its annual Movie & TV Awards tonight, honoring the best and brightest on the big and small screens and asking that age-old question: Can Riverdale compete in the same weight class as Game of Thrones? I guess we’ll find out.

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Shazam! star Zachary Levi hosted the voter-driven awards, with nominees including Avengers: Endgame and Us in the movie category and Schitt’s Creek and The Haunting of Hill House in the television category. You can check out the full list of nominees here.

The awards ceremony took place on Saturday, June 15, at Barker Hangar in Santa Monica, California, but it will be broadcast tonight on MTV at 9 p.m. ET/CT. For cord cutters who want to stream the show on their smart TV, computer, or mobile device, I’ve rounded up a few different options below:

  • Streaming services: Viacom-owned MTV is noticeably absent from some of the top streaming services, including YouTube TV and Hulu with Live TV. However, you can find MTV and other Viacom networks on SlingTV, DirecTV Now, FuboTV, and Philo TV. These services are easy to sign up for and easy to cancel if you’re not happy with them.
  • MTV online: If you have pay-TV credentials from a cable or satellite company, you can watch MTV live directly from its website. Find it here.
  • MTV mobile: MTV offers live TV on its mobile apps for iOS and Android. Again, you’ll need pay-TV login credentials to watch the channel that way.
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About the author

Christopher Zara is a senior staff news editor for Fast Company and obsessed with media, technology, business, culture, and theater. Before coming to FastCo News, he was a deputy editor at International Business Times, a theater critic for Newsweek, and managing editor of Show Business magazine

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