Streaming companies within the United States have been enjoying scorching potato with the Eurovision Song Contest in recent times, and never at all times to nice outcomes. Who can neglect the darkish days of 2019, when the world’s most lovely singing competitors had no official U.S. streaming accomplice, leaving numerous American followers scratching their heads on the final minute.
The excellent news is, we’re in a greater place this 12 months: For the second 12 months in a row, NBCUniversal’s Peacock streaming service is airing the Eurovision Song Contest, together with the Grand Final, which takes place on Saturday, May 14, in Turin, Italy. Unfortunately, you might need to pony up a little bit money to see it. According to Peacock, the competition is accessible by its premium tiers: $4.99 a month or $9.99 a month for the ad-free model. All advised, it’s not a nasty deal. And you may cancel at any time.
The Grand Final is ready to air at 9 p.m. Central European Time (3 p.m. ET or midday PT). Ten international locations have certified to compete—Belgium, Czech Republic, Azerbaijan, Poland, Finland, Estonia, Australia, Sweden, Romania, and Serbia—with the operating order to be decided by a draw. You can try further statistics over on the Eurovision World web site.