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‘Jay-Z & Gayle King: Brooklyn’s Own’: How to Watch & Stream for Free

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CBS News is giving viewers a deeper dive into Jay-Z‘s life, career and successes with none other than the rapper himself in an exclusive interview with TV personality’s Gayle King. The primetime special will take place on Tuesday (Nov. 14) at 9 p.m. ET on CBS News and Paramount+, and will feature never-before-seen footage from their three-hour interview — parts of which previously aired on CBS Mornings — which took place in the Brooklyn Public Library where an exhibit of Jay-Z lives.

“He’s more than a musician, he’s a mogul,” King said in a press release. “He’s more than a rapper, he’s a visionary.”

The 24-time Grammy-winning artist will explore some of fans’ most burning questions, such as his life growing up in the Marcy Houses in Brooklyn, the meanings behind some of his most well-known lyrics, the origin story behind one of his nicknames and more.

Keep reading to learn the streaming options available.

How to Watch Jay-Z & Gayle King: Brooklyn’s Own

The primetime special will air exclusively on CBS News on Tuesday (Nov. 14) at 9 p.m. ET. Cable viewers can watch the hourlong special on any channel with CBS News — just check your cable provider’s channel guide. If you don’t have cable, you may be able to get CBS through an HD antenna like one of these here from Amazon.

Paramount+ is also home to CBS News and will be airing a livestream of Jay-Z & Gayle King: Brooklyn’s Own for Paramount+ with Showtime subscribers. It will also be available on-demand the day after for Paramount+ Essential subscribers. Already a member? Just log into your account and you’ll be able to watch the primetime special for no additional cost.

Not a subscriber? Paramount+ offers a one week free trial for new users, which means you can watch the interview special for free. After your trial is over you’ll be charged the regular subscription fee based on the plan you choose. Click here or the button below to start your free trial now.

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There are two plans you can choose from: Paramount+ Essential and Paramount+ with Showtime. The Essential plan is the ad-supported option and cheapest at $5.99/month. You’ll have access to the entire Paramount+ library, live CBS News, NFL on CBS and UEFA Champions League. Paramount+ with Showtime will is $11.99/month and includes everything in the Essential plan (minus the ads) as well as Showtime originals and content, live TV on CBS, college football and the ability to download eligible content to watch offline. Looking for more savings? You can save over 15% off on an annual plan.

Besides the Jay-Z interview, you’ll be able to watch programs including Halo, Grease, Mission Impossible series, Smile, Top Gun: Maverick, Zoey 102, Beavis & Butthead, Big Brother, Duran Duran: A Hollywood High, iCarly, Mixtape and more. Showtime content you can look forward to bingeing include Yellowjackets, The Curse, Fellow Travelers, Billions, Mayor of Kingstown, The Chi, Uncoupled, Homeland, The 12th Victim, Why Women Kill, Couples Therapy and much more.

Prime members can also add Paramount+ to Prime Video library as a premium channel add-on.

Watch part of Gayle King’s interview with Jay-Z that previously aired on CBS Mornings.

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