To most, the Emmy Awards are hailed as television's biggest night — to others, it is yet another opportunity to pick apart the styling choices of their favorite actors and actresses.

Fashion forward fans are in luck, however. Rather than wait around for photos of celebrities on the red carpet to hit the web, they can tune in to either a live broadcast or live stream of the red carpet arrivals. Correspondents will be staked out across the carpet, asking questions about gowns, suits, manicures and — hopefully — much, much more. Those looking to soak up every possible Emmy moment from start to finish can tune in to E! for a pre-red carpet show at 4:30 p.m. EDT and 6 p.m. EDT for their red carpet coverage. ABC will be broadcasting live from the Emmy Awards red carpet in Los Angeles, at the Microsoft Arena at  7 p.m. EDT.

Those without access to a television set can catch the red carpet in several corners of the internet. CBS and ABC will be streaming the red carpet show on their websites. A cable subscription is not necessary. The 2016 Emmy Awards website will also be streaming the show. People magazine, which recently teamed up with Entertainment Weekly to create an online network featuring exclusive fashion and entertainment centered content, will be streaming their red carpet coverage HERE. To tune in, viewers will have to download the People/Entertainment Weekly Network app, which will allow them to watch on Apple TV, Roku and more.

Following the red carpet, celebrities will head inside for the 2016 Emmy Awards. The award show will be hosted by Jimmy Kimmel, who assured friends that his famous friends are definitely in the hot seat. While fans are certainly anticipating some off-the-cuff jokes from the late night TV hosts, it’s the awards that have everyone on the edge of their seats. With several nominations each, there is buzz that “Game of Thrones” and “Veep” — both of which air on HBO — will sweep the show.

Tune in to ABC at 7 p.m. EDT on Sunday, Sept. 18, 2016, for the 68th annual Emmy Awards.