Golden Globes

Golden Globes 2019 FAQ: How to live-stream the show, where to watch on TV,, The Golden Globe Awards are Sunday night, which means it was exactly one year ago that Oprah Winfrey gave a speech that convinced many that she was about to run for president. Winfrey later shot down these rumors, but still — what a moment.


Anyway, who knows what will happen this year? Here’s how to watch the show:

Where to watch on TV:

The Golden Globes airs Sunday, Jan. 6, on NBC at 8 p.m. (All times Eastern.)

Where to watch the show online:

If you have one of these cable providers, you can watch on or via the NBC app in select markets. Or, find a live stream on DirecTV Now, Sling TV, fuboTV or YouTube TV in markets with a local NBC station.

What time the show is over:

About 11 p.m.

The hosts:

Former Golden Globe winner Andy Samberg (NBC’s “Brooklyn Nine-Nine”) and current Golden Globe nominee Sandra Oh (BBC America’s “Killing Eve”) will take the stage.

Who’s going to win:

This is just a guess, but get ready to hear “And the award goes too . . . ‘A Star Is Born!’ ” a lot on Sunday. The critical favorite has five nominations, which is tied with “Green Book” and “The Favourite.” Dick Cheney biopic “Vice” technically has the most nominations with six, but it has suffered some pretty negative reviews since its release. On the TV side, expect a tough fight between HBO’s “Sharp Objects” and FX’s “The Assassination of Gianni Versace: American Crime Story” in the limited series category; the drama and comedy prizes are tougher to predict, though you should see Julia Roberts win for Amazon’s “Homecoming.” (Globes voters really love when movie stars do TV.)

Red carpet:

At 6 p.m., E! airs “Live From the Red Carpet: The Golden Globes,” hosted by Ryan Seacrest and Giuliana Rancic. The Golden Globes has its own red carpet that you can watch here. NBC is skipping a red carpet special to air the Philadelphia Eagles-Chicago Bears playoff game at 4:40 p.m., so here’s hoping it doesn’t go into overtime?

Golden Globe Awards

Golden Globe Awards : New year, new you, new Hollywood awards season. On the first Sunday of the year, we’re getting the first big awards show of the season with the Golden Globes. And it’s sure to be a wild one with a pile of movies and TV shows looking to play spoiler against the favorites.


If you’re someone who isn’t going to be able to plop down in front of a TV that’s hooked up to cable or an antenna to watch the Golden Globes ceremony when it airs on NBC at 5 p.m. PT, you’re not outta luck, because the Golden Globes ceremony will once again be available for streaming.

It won’t be free, however. In order to stream the Golden Globes on NBC, you’ll need to use the NBC app or go online to in your web browser on a computer, where you can watch NBC’s live feed from whatever is your local affiliate station. And in order to access that live feed, you will need a login with a valid cable or satellite provider.

Alternatively, you can stream NBC via a streaming TV service that carries the network — such as Sling — and watch online that way. Many of those services have a free trial you can sign up for if you’ve never used them before, so if you’re looking for a free option that doesn’t involve a bootleg stream, that’s about it.

Meanwhile, the situation with the 2019 Golden Globes red carpet is a little bit more complicated with NBC carrying an NFL playoff game immediately before the ceremony, but you can catch all the details you need right here in our post on that subject.

The 2019 Golden Globes will be hosted, as you may know, by Andy Samberg and Sandra Oh — a duo that is expected to absolutely own the evening. Fingers crossed.

Bears Vs Eagles

Bears Vs Eagles : 2019 NFL Playoff Schedule, Scores, Odds And Wild Card Picks

The Wild Card round of the 2019 NFL Playoffs will come to a close when the upstart Chicago Bears host the defending champion Philadelphia Eagles in a late-afternoon Sunday showdown. This intriguing contest will be the first postseason game hosted at Soldier Field since 2011, which may end up being a major advantage for Chicago.


Last year, Philadelphia was able to ride a backup quarterback and red-hot defense to its first ever Super Bowl title last year, but had a first-round bye and played both NFC games at home as the No. 1 overall seed. Nick Foles is once again under center for the Eagles to start the playoffs, but the club barely snuck in as the conference’s final seed after winning three-straight to close out the campaign. While Philly has experience on its side and clearly knows what it takes to win this time of year, the Bears are hungry and dangerous after a long postseason hiatus.

Oddsmakers are indicating that Chicago should handily advance, installing the squad as a six-point favorite in the Wild Card. This isn’t a huge shock considering the Bears led the league in scoring defense in 2018, with their Pro Bowl-laden lineup allowing a mere 17.7 points per game to opponents. They also ranked No. 1 in rushing yards allowed and turnovers created, as well as finishing third in sacks and yardage conceded.

Chicago wasn’t as prolific on the offensive end, but did finish in the top-10 for points scored this season. The Eagles didn’t do anything particularly well during an up-and-down title defense campaign, ranking No. 23 in total defense, No. 12 in scoring defense, No. 14 in total offense and No. 18 in scoring offense. Their rushing defense did fall inside the top-10 (finishing seventh in the league), but Philadelphia’s inability to guard against the aerial attack—allowing the third-most yards to opposing signal-callers in 2018—may hurt the club during its playoff run.

Will the Bears come up with their first postseason victory in eight years today, or will the Eagles once again rally around their backup signal-caller and use a “nobody believes in us” mentality to jump-start another Super Bowl run? Pro handicapper Jon Price of has provided his thoughts on the outcome below and you might be shocked at who he believes will advance to the Divisional Round. Before seeing the Vegas expert’s pick against the spread, have a look at the full schedule, start time, viewing info and updated odds for this Wild Card clash. You can also find scores from the other postseason contests, as well as relevant betting trends, quotes from star players and coaches, interesting tweets and more for the upcoming Bears-Eagles battle in the 2019 NFL Playoffs.

2019 NFL Playoffs TV Schedule And Betting Lines

Seeding Matchup Time (ET) TV Odds/Results
Saturday, January 5
No. 3 AFC vs. No. 6 AFC Houston Texans vs. Indianapolis Colts 4:35 p.m. ABC IND 33 – HOU 17
No. 4 NFC vs. No. 5 NFC Dallas Cowboys vs. Seattle Seahawks 8:15 p.m. FOX DAL 24 – SEA 22
Sunday, January 6
No. 4 AFC vs. No. 5 AFC Baltimore Ravens vs. Los Angeles Chargers 1:05 p.m. CBS BAL -3
No. 3 NFC vs. No. 6 NFC Chicago Bears vs. Philadelphia Eagles 4:40 p.m. NBC CHI -6

Byes: Kansas City Chiefs (AFC No. 1), New England Patriots (AFC No. 2), New Orleans Saints (NFC No. 1), Los Angeles Rams (NFC No. 2)

  • Over the last 15 years, teams that have made the playoffs the year before are 22-8-1 against the spread against opponents that failed to make the previous year’s postseason. The Eagles qualified for the 2018 NFL Playoffs, while the Bears did not.
  • Since Nick Foles took over again this season, the Eagles are 3-0 straight-up and 2-0-1 ATS.
  • Philadelphia is 3-0 ATS in its last three meetings with Chicago.
  • The underdog is 5-0 SU across the Eagles last five playoff games.
  • The total has gone OVER in all seven of the Bears previous seven home games against NFC East foes.

Eagles vs Bears

Eagles vs. Bears: Final Odds, TV Schedule, Predictions for 2019 NFC Wild Card,, The Chicago defense has swarmed over its opponents this season.David Banks/Associated Press

That’s a saying that seems to defy logic in the life experience, but it often comes into play.

The Chicago Bears are hoping it does not come back to haunt them Sunday afternoon, when they host the defending Super Bowl champion Philadelphia Eagles in an NFL wild-card game.

Eagles vs. Bears: Final Odds, TV Schedule, Predictions for 2019 NFC Wild Card

The Eagles made the playoff when they defeated the Washington Redskins in Week 17 while the Bears beat the Minnesota Vikings. If Chicago had lost that game, Philadelphia would not have made the postseason.

The Bears played courageously and well against the Vikings, and if the No. 3-seeded team and NFC North champions are going to beat the sixth-seeded Eagles, they are going to have to do the same thing at Soldier Field.

Nick Foles (72.3 completion percentage, seven TD passes) is once again at the helm for the Eagles, just as he was last year when they went on their Super Bowl run. An injury to starter Carson Wentz put Foles in the lineup in the postseason a year ago, and Wentz is sidelined once again.

While the Eagles are still committed to Wentz for the long term, head coach Doug Pederson has full confidence in Foles because of his arm strength, touch and ability to make all the throws at the most important moments.

The Bears are hoping second-year quarterback Mitchell Trubisky is just as capable as the Philadelphia backup. Trubisky has had several winning moments in leading Chicago to a 12-4 record during the regular season, and many of those moments have been with his legs.

Trubisky (3,223 passing yards, 24 TDs; 421 rushing yards, 3 TDs) has regularly turned third-down plays into first downs with his speed and power while running with the ball. He has also made some key throws, and he has improved this season but will still miss some open receivers.

He is far more accomplished as a runner than as a passer at this point.

The Bears have turned into a high-level team on the verge of joining the NFL‘s elite because they have one of the best defenses in the league. It is a hard-hitting unit, led by edge-rusher Khalil Mack (12.5 sacks, six forced fumbles), defensive lineman Akiem Hicks (7.5 sacks, five passes batted) and rookie linebacker Roquan Smith (team-high 121 tackles, 5.0 sacks).

They also have a pair of All-Pro players in the secondary in cornerback Kyle Fuller (seven interceptions, 21 passes defensed) and free safety Eddie Jackson (six interceptions, two returned for TDs; two fumble recoveries, one returned for a TD). Chicago led the NFL with 27 interceptions.

The Eagles struggled throughout much of the season, and having a chance to defend their title looked like pipe dream in November, when they had a 4-6 record after a Week 11 loss to the New Orleans Saints.

However, Philly rebounded to win five of their final six games to get back to the postseason.

Nagy turned out to be an idea leader for the Bears, bringing creativity and confidence to a team that had little of either characteristic under former head coach John Fox.

The Bears played with pizzazz after acquiring Mack from the Oakland Raiders shortly before the start of the season, and they rolled to the NFC North title.

The regular season doesn’t matter for either team, but Chicago’s defense will wreck opposing offenses, and the Bears have home-field advantage. We see Chicago winning this game to advance to the divisional round to face the Los Angeles Rams and covering the spread against the Eagles.

Philadelphia will put up a good fight, but the fourth quarter will belong to Chicago.

Chargers vs Ravens

Chargers vs Ravens : In what turned out to be a Wild Card preview, the Baltimore Ravens defeated the Los Angeles Chargers 22-10 in Week 16.Their only away defeat came at the Los Angeles Coliseum against the Rams. Both the Ravens and Chargers look capable of making a playoff


For Baltimore to be successful, they will have to utilize the same gameplan from their win, when they held Los Angeles to a season-low 198 yards. The Chargers averaged 384.3 yards per game over the course of the regular season and are a force to be reckoned with on offense. Baltimore will look to their best defenders, including cornerback Jimmy Smith, who is the first Ravens player since Corey Graham in 2013 with multiple interceptions in a single game.

Chargers vs Ravens Live Stream : Watch AFC Wild Card Playoff Live Free on TV

However, the Chargers are still coming in with a savvy veteran at quarterback in Phillip Rivers. He set his second-highest completion percentage mark this year, completing 68.3 percent of his throws. Rivers’ career postseason completion percentage is 60.3 percent, lower than all but two of his 15 career seasons. Behind Rivers, the Chargers scored on 42.5 percent of its drives this year, the fifth most in the league. It’s the highest percentage and league rank in that category since 2013, when Los Angeles’ scored on 44.9 percent of their drives, ranking second.

Baltimore will enter the game with their own solid quarterback in Lamar Jackson, who has been among the league’s best in recent weeks. Since Jackson became the starter in Week 11, Baltimore has averaged 229.6 rushing yards per game — no team has ever averaged more yards per game after Week 11. Both teams head into Sunday riding hot streaks. The Ravens won the last four home games of the year for an overall 6-2 record. In the last game, however, Baltimore allowed 426 yards, the most in a home game since Oct. 11, 2015. Los Angeles ended the regular season winning six consecutive road games, tied for the second-longest streak in team history. Sunday’s game should be a closely contested matchup.

The Baltimore Ravens are back in the playoffs for the first time since the 2014 season. After inserting Lamar Jackson as the starter due to injuries, the Ravens have never looked back, surging late in the year to win the AFC North.To advance to the Divisional Round, Baltimore will have to defeat the Chargers again. In Week 16, the Ravens defense silenced one of the hottest offenses in the league. In the Wild Card, the Chargers will be much more familiar with the Ravens offensive game plan, and will have a healthy Melvin Gordon as a spark plug. As the only rookie quarterback in the postseason, Lamar Jackson will have the chance to prove many draft analysts wrong if he can secure a playoff victory in his first year.Baltimore Beatdown has you covered with predictions, analysis and more of the matchup. Be sure to check back after the final whistle for a break down of the game.

NFL Playoff 2019

NFL Playoff 2019 : Super Bowl LIII is set for February 3, and it’s still almost anyone’s game to win. The playoff picture will be quite a bit clearer on Monday morning, when the final eight teams will be set.


The New Orleans Saints, Kansas City Chiefs, Los Angeles Rams and New England Patriots spent Wild Card Weekend on byes.

Two more of the final eight have already punched their tickets—congratulations to the Indianapolis Colts and Dallas Cowboys—and two more will get in on Sunday. We’re here to examine the final two matchups of Wild Card Weekend and to look at what might lie ahead.

First, though, let’s dig into the schedule, highlighting latest odds and over/unders, relayed by OddsShark.

Sunday’s opening game features a pair of teams that faced off in Week 16. The Baltimore Ravens took that game over the Los Angles Chargers, and they did so by two scores on the road. The rematch is at M&T Bank Stadium, which may lead one the think this is a slam-dunk opportunity for the Ravens.

However, the Chargers have a legitimate chance of pulling off the upset.

There are two keys to victory for Los Angeles. The first is avoiding turnovers. Quarterback Philip Rivers tossed two interceptions in the first matchup, and a fumble returned for a touchdown sealed the game for the Ravens. Simple ball protection increases L.A.’s odds of winning.

The other thing the Chargers have to do is contain Baltimore’s rushing attack. Forcing quarterback Lamar Jackson to pass will give the Los Angeles defense opportunities to force mistakes. This is no easy task, but the Chargers have at least had one good look at how the Ravens offense operates.

NFL Films senior producer Greg Cosell recently broke down what the Chargers can expect from the Ravens run game depending on the personnel. He said the following during an appearance on the Dan Patrick Show:

The Ravens have some distinct profiles in their run game. They line up in the pistol. When [Gus] Edwards is in the game, they tend to run a lot of dive action because he’s a straight-line kind of linear runner. When Kenneth Dixon is in the game in the pistol, they tend to run more gap-scheme runs.

The Chargers will have a better idea of how to defend Baltimore’s rushing attack this time around, and if they can contain it, they will start to swing momentum in their favor.

If, however, the Ravens can effectively control the game and the tempo on the ground, they will limit L.A.’s opportunities. The ensuing pressure to score on every possession could lead to some of those mistakes the Chargers need to avoid.

The Philadelphia Eagles and Chicago Bears matchup won’t feature the familiarity of the early game, but it’s going to be one heck of a battle.

On one hand, we have the defending Super Bowl champions once again riding the hot hand of backup quarterback Nick Foles. On the other, we have the upstart Bears, featuring the league’s No. 1 scoring defense (17.7 points per game allowed).

Despite having backup Foles under center instead of Carson Wentz, the Eagles have the more experienced quarterback. Foles has started 44 regular-season games in his NFL career, and he started—and won—all three last postseason.

Mitchell Trubisky has only started 26 games and has no playoff experience. However, the Bears aren’t too worried about it.

“We’ve seen Mitch show up in some big games this year,” tight end Trey Burton said, per Jeff Dickerson of “He has some of the intangibles that not too many quarterbacks have in this league.”

Quarterback experience could play a big role in this game, especially if it goes down to the wire. However, the Bears have a right to feel good about where they stand with Trubisky. Considering how rarely opposing teams score points at Soldier Field, it’s unlikely the second-year signal-caller will have to do a whole lot.

Opposing teams averaged just 17.5 points per game in Chicago during the regular season—and just 16.25 points per game over the second half of the season.

Foles and the Eagles offense will face plenty of pressure, both on the scoreboard and from Bears pass-rushers like Khalil Mack.

Divisional-Round Scenarios

The possibilities for the divisional round are pretty straightforward. With the sixth-seed Colts winning on Saturday, the winner of the Chargers-Ravens game will face the Patriots. Indianapolis will visit the Chiefs no matter what happens Sunday.

Things are a bit more open in the NFC because the fourth-seed Cowboys won on Saturday. If the Bears win, they will be the higher seed over Dallas and will face the Rams. If the Eagles win, the Cowboys will be the higher seed, and Philadelphia would go on to face the Saints.

Looking further ahead, we know that the Colts and the Eagles—should they win Sunday—will be on the road the rest of the way out. The only way Dallas gets to host another game is if the Cowboys and Eagles both win in the divisional round. The winner of the Chargers-Ravens game can host one if both they and the Colts win in the divisional round.