How to watch ‘Saturday Night Live’ on NBC without cable

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The cast of SNL will have to get creative to keep it live in the COVID era. Here’s how cord cutters can watch the 46th season opener. After a long hiatus and a truncated season that ended with most of the cast filming socially distant sketches from their homes, Saturday Night Live is returning this weekend for its 46th season. Fast-developing news updates around President Trump’s COVID-19 diagnosis raise questions about how the NBC comedy show will handle the topic, but expect to see no shortage of politics-related lampoonery at Studio 8H in New York City. Read Full Story

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How to watch the ‘Best of Broadway’ special live on NBC without cable

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Miss Broadway? Stream this musical benefit special tonight. It’s for a good cause. If you’re like me and have been missing the thrill of live Broadway musicals over the past nine months, this might just be the next best thing. A benefit called One Night Only: The Best of Broadway will air tonight on NBC and will feature cast performances from a number of shows that were shuttered in March when the coronavirus pandemic first struck New York City. Read Full Story

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How to watch the 2020 Kentucky Derby live on NBC without cable

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Thanks to the coronavirus pandemic, the famous horse race at Churchill Downs is happening this weekend instead of in May. Thanks to the coronavirus pandemic and its domino effect of disruption, the world’s most-anticipated horse race is late on arrival. Normally, the Kentucky Derby takes place in May, but COVID-related delays forced racing officials to get creative, and so all the action will happen today (Saturday, September 5), on Labor Day Weekend. Read Full Story

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How to watch the ’30 Rock’ reunion special live on NBC and elsewhere without cable

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Some NBC stations will reportedly not air the ’30 Rock’ reunion special over the air, but there are still ways to stream it, including on Peacock. NBCUniversal’s 2020 check-in with the cast of 30 Rock has a very 2020 problem. The reunion special, which features characters from the popular comedy as they cope with the realities of the coronavirus pandemic, will be a little trickier to watch than the NBC comedy was in its heyday. Read Full Story

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How to watch the last presidential debate tonight on CNN, MSNBC, and elsewhere live without cable

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President Trump and former vice president Joe Biden will face off in Nashville for the last debate of the 2020 presidential election. The second and final presidential debate between Donald Trump and Joe Biden will take place tonight at Belmont University in Nashville. Although few voters likely remain undecided this late in the election season—and, in fact, more than 46 million have already cast their ballots —the event will nevertheless offer the candidates one last dialogue (combative as it may be) on a host of high-stakes topics, including the coronavirus pandemic, climate change, racial justice, and national security. Kristen Welker of NBC News will moderate. Read Full Story

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How to watch the Rockefeller Center Christmas tree lighting live on NBC without cable

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COVID be damned. The NYC tree-lighting event is happening in 2020. Here’s how cord cutters can stream it on NBC. In a win for normalcy, the annual tree-lighting event at Rockefeller Center in New York City will happen this year, coronavirus pandemic be damned. Although crowds are restricted and viewing limited at the famous Midtown Manhattan complex, holiday revelers can still watch the lighting of the Christmas tree live on a screen. Read Full Story

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This comedian put on ‘SNL’ by himself. It’s a delirious glimpse of COVID-19 entertainment

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Ian Abramson staged a one-person variety show on Saturday night, and the snippets are a fever dream of live entertainment in the age of coronavirus. Everything is really weird right now. We’re stuck at home. Hollywood production has ground to a halt. Sure, we can use this time to watch classic movies that are bespoke to our mood , but live entertainment, which has been a staple of our viewing pleasure since . . . Aeschylus? . . . has been imperiled by physical distancing and fear of spreading COVID-19. Read Full Story

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