Summer time is here and so are the 2021 Country Music Television Music (CMT) Awards.
Cohosted by Kane Brown and Kelsea Ballerini, the lively evening will take place in Nashville, Tennessee. What's more, the only entirely fan-voted show will feature a roster full of country music’s biggest names. Apart from performances by H.E.R. and Chris Stapleton, country music fans will also get to enjoy watching Luke Bryan, Miranda Lambert, Carrie Underwood, Dierks Bentley, Lady A, Dylan Scott and others take the stage.
How to Watch the 2021 CMT Music Awards
The CMT Music Awards will air Wednesday, June 9 at 8 p.m. ET on CMT. In addition, the special event will also air on six other networks: MTV, MTV2, Pop, TV Land, Logo, and Paramount Network.
If you plan to watch from your laptop, you can head over to the CMT site. Otherwise, if you prefer to tune in from a mobile device, you can download the MTV and Paramount Network apps. After signing in with your TV provider login, you’ll be able to watch on various devices.
How to Stream the 2021 CMT Music Awards
YouTube TV: For $65 per month, you can access CMT, MTV, Pop, TV Land, and Paramount Network, plus 70+ other channels.
Hulu + Live TV: You can add the Live TV feature to your Hulu subscription for an additional $55 a month. To start, you can sign up for a free one-month trial.
Sling TV: For $30 a month, the streaming platform has CMT, MTV, MTV2, TV Land, Logo, and Paramount Network available via the Sling Blue package. Before you commit to a package though, you can try the service three days for free.
fuboTV: Tune into CMT, MTV, Pop, TV Land, and Paramount Network with a courtesy seven-day free trial. After it’s up, you can choose to keep the 118 channels for $65 a month.
Philo: CMT, MTV, MTV2, TV Land, Logo, and Paramount Network are several of the 63 channels the service offers for $20 a month. You can try it out first with a free seven-day trial.
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