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Watch SAG Awards Online Live Streaming Red Carpet Plus Ceremony Possibilities

Update: When it comes to the red carpet arrivals, you can watch the SAG Awards live-streaming online on TNT on Sunday, Jan. 29, beginning at 3 p.m. PT/6 p.m. ET. The Associated Press will have its own live coverage here. (You must RSVP by providing your email address.) And at the bottom of this article we’ve embedded a SAG Awards’ live-stream feed of the red carpet arrivals.

Now, much like with the Golden Globes, watching the actual SAG Awards ceremony online will take some trial and error. For now, possible sites where you may be able to watch the SAG Awards online are TV.com (they have a SAG Awards feed page), UStream.com, livestream.com, rentadrone.tv, and Justin.tv. Those websites will quite possibly offer user-generated streams showing the ceremony. Just bear in mind that many of those feeds may be both of dubious legality and poor quality. Make sure to check back for updates.

Presenters at the 2012 SAG Awards include Kevin Bacon, Midnight in Paris/Misery/Harry’s Law‘s Kathy Bates, The Artist‘s Bérénice Bejo, My Week with Marilyn‘s Kenneth Branagh, Friday Night Lights’ Kyle Chandler, The Help/The Debt/CoriolanusJessica Chastain, Hotel Rwanda/Flight‘s Don Cheadle, The Descendants/The Ides of March‘s George Clooney, Albert Nobbs/DamagesGlenn Close, Breaking Bad‘s Bryan Cranston, Matt Czuchry, Doubt/The Help‘s Viola Davis, Dallas’ Patrick Duffy, The Artist/Little White LiesJean Dujardin, 30 Rock/Date Night‘s Tina Fey, Hidden Moon/DallasLinda Gray, Love and Other Drugs/Playing the Field‘s Judy Greer, I Dream of Jeannie‘s Larry Hagman, J. Edgar/Mirror Mirror‘s Armie Hammer, and The Hangover Part II‘s Ed Helms.

Also, SAG President Ken Howard, Southland/Ray‘s Regina King, Hugo/Gandhi‘s Ben Kingsley, The Office‘s John Krasinski, The Good Wife‘s Julianna Margulies, BridesmaidsMelissa McCarthy, Moneyball/The Tree of Life‘s Brad Pitt, Black Swan/Thor‘s Natalie Portman, Bridesmaids/Grown Ups’ Maya Rudolph, Avatar/The WordsZoe Saldana, Man on a Ledge/The Closer‘s Kyra Sedgwick, The Help‘s Octavia Spencer, The Iron Lady/Great Hope SpringsMeryl Streep, Mary Poppins‘s Dick Van Dyke, My Week with Marilyn/Brokeback Mountain‘s Michelle Williams, Midnight in ParisOwen Wilson, Bridesmaids/Imogene‘s Kristen Wiig, and The DescendantsShailene Woodley.

Oscar nominee (1980, for Robert Redford’s Ordinary People) Mary Tyler Moore will be receiving SAG’s Life Achievement Award. Among the SAG Award nominees in the various motion picture and television categories who were not included in the above paragraphs are Downtown Abbey‘s Maggie Smith, Mildred Pierce‘s Kate Winslet and Guy Pearce, Cinema Verite‘s Diane Lane, A Better Life‘s Demián Bichir, Albert Nobbs’ Janet McTeer, J. Edgar‘s Leonardo DiCaprio, The KennedysGreg Kinnear, Appropriate Adult‘s Emily Watson, Suits’ Patrick J. Adams, BeginnersChristopher Plummer, We Need to Talk About Kevin‘s Tilda Swinton, Warrior‘s Nick Nolte, and The Artist‘s Penelope Ann Miller and John Goodman.

Plus Bryce Dallas Howard, Emma Stone, veteran Oscar nominee Cicely Tyson (1972, for Martin Ritt’s Sounder) and Oscar winners Mary Steenburgen (1980, for Jonathan Demme’s Melvin and Howard) and Sissy Spacek (1980, for Michael Apted Coal Miner’s Daughter), all of them in the running as cast members of Tate Taylor’s The Help; BridesmaidsRose Byrne, Jill Clayburgh, and Chris O’Dowd; Dexter‘s Michael C. Hall; American Horror Story‘s Jessica Lange; and The DescendantsRobert Forster, Matthew Lillard, and Beau Bridges.

And more: The Office‘s Steve Carell, Jenna Fischer, Ellie Kemper, Rainn Wilson, James Spader and Zach Woods; Nurse Jackie‘s Edie Falco; Modern Family‘s Sofia Vergara, Ed O’Neill, Ty Burrell, Julie Bowen, Ariel Winter, and Eric Stonestreet; The Lost Valentine/Hot in Cleveland‘s Betty White; Two and a Half Men‘s Jon Cryer; Midnight in ParisMarion Cotillard, Rachel McAdams, Michael Sheen, Carla Bruni, and Adrien Brody; Moneyball‘s Jonah Hill; and Thurgood‘s Laurence Fishburne.

And finally, Boardwalk Empire‘s Steve Buscemi, Kelly Macdonald, Gretchen Mol, Michael Shannon, and Dabney Coleman; Game of Thrones’ Mark Addy, Sean Bean, Peter Dinklage, Lena Headey, Donald Sumpter, and Kit Harington; Glee‘s Jane Lynch, Lea Michele, Chris Colfer, Matthew Morrison, and Corey Monteith; and Too Big to Fail‘s Paul Giamatti and James Woods.

The Actor statuette photo: Screen Actors Guild

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