Jung Kook’s NBC Takeover: How to Watch the BTS Star on ‘Today’ & ‘Tonight Show’ Without Cable

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Jung Kook is celebrating the release of his first-ever solo album, titled Golden, and to kick off his U.S. promotion, he’s appearing on Today and The Tonight Show Starring Jimmy Fallon. That means you’ll get double the opportunity to see the BTS member on your screen.

The K-pop singer’s first appearance will be on The Tonight Show, where he’ll be interviewed by host Jimmy Fallon, which airs live on Monday night (Nov. 6) on NBC at 11:35 p.m. ET. Then, he’ll perform some of his tracks live during Today‘s Citi Concert Series, which you can see in-person on Wednesday (Nov. 8) at Rockefeller Plaza at 5:15 a.m. ET. If you’re not able to score some travel deals to see it live — or are not that early of a riser — the performance will be aired the same day on NBC at 8 a.m. ET.

Fallon teased Jung Kook’s guest appearance via Instagram on Wednesday (Nov. 1) with a short video announcing the “Seven” singer coming on the show.

“@bts.bighitofficial’s #JungKook makes his solo Tonight Show debut Monday, November 6th at 11:35/10:35c on @nbc! 🫰💜 #FallonTonight #JungKookOnFallon,” the caption says.

Make sure to grab your BTS merch and check below to see all the streaming options available.

How to Watch Jung Kook on Today & The Tonight Show

The Tonight Show Starring Jimmy Fallon and Today are both part of NBC programming. If you have cable, you can tune in to the NBC channel and watch Jung Kook’s appearances for no additional cost. You’ll just need to check your cable provider’s channel guide to find what channel NBC is on. You may also be able to get the NBC channel through an HD antenna like one here from Amazon.

Don’t have cable? Peacock is the official streamer for all things NBC, Bravo and more. If you have Peacock already, just log in to your account and you’ll be able to watch the programs live for no added cost. If you’re not already subscribed, you can take advantage of the platform’s affordable pricing plans that’ll give you access to the streamer’s entire library including The Tonight Show and The Today Show.

$5.99/month or $59.99/year

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There are two plans that you can choose from: Premium or Premium Plus. Peacock’s Premium plan is the ad-supported option that’s 5.99/month and comes with over 80,000 hours of TV series, movies and sports. You’ll also have access to live sports and events, new and original shows, movies and Peacock exclusives as well as over 50 always on live TV channels and current Bravo shows.

The Premium Plus plan is $11.99/month and includes everything in the Premium plan as well as no ads, the ability to download and watch eligible programs offline and your local NBC channel live. For additional savings, you can opt for the annual plan, which gives you 12 months for only the cost of 10.

More Affordable Streaming Options

Looking for even more savings? There are some live TV streamers that have promos and free trials available, so you can stream Jung Kook on The Tonight Show and The Today Show online for free.

DirecTV Stream not only comes with a 5-day free trial, but is also offering $10 off the first three months (after the free-trial ends), which means you can save an additional $30. After your free trial ends you’ll be charged the regular subscription price based on the plan you choose.

Another option is fuboTV, which has a 7-day free trial and includes the NBC channel. You’ll be able to watch both shows for free along with hundreds of other live TV channels and sports. All plans also include DVR storage to record programs to watch later. Once the free trial has ended you’ll be charged the regular subscription based on the plan you choose at checkout.

SlingTV also offers the NBC channel and multiple plans that you can personalize to your liking. While the streamer doesn’t offer a free trial, they do have a 50% off promo going on that gives you half off your first month.

Hulu + Live TV offers the most amount of content as you’ll receive hundreds of live TV channels in addition to the Hulu library. The platform also offers a 30-day free trial, which means you can watch Jung Kook online for free. After your free trial is over you’ll be charged the regular subscription price of $76.99/month.

If you like bundling, you can expand your content library even more by bundling Hulu + Live TV with Disney+ and ESPN+.

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