It’s time for the actors to choose who they look up to. The 2016 Screen Actors Guild (SAG) Awards air Saturday, and pop culture junkies won’t want to miss a second of it. It’s the only awards show where it’s simply actors voting for their fellow thespians to get awards. If you’re not by a TV, don’t worry. An internet connection can easily allow viewers to tune in. 

To watch the Screen Actors Guild Awards online, you’ll need to have a cable subscription. Go to the live player on either the TBS website or TNT website and put in your username and password from your cable provider. You’ll be able to watch the show online just like you would on TV.

Those who don’t want to watch the live stream can still keep up with news from the SAG Awards online. They’ll have Katie Lowes, who “Scandal” fans know as Quinn Perkins, on social media to give followers a behind-the-scenes look at the awards show. Follow her Twitter here or Instagram here.

Some of the best actors in Hollywood are expected to attend the event. Nominees include big and small screen stars. Jon Hamm from “Mad Men,” Viola Davis from “How to Get Away With Murder” and Julia Louis-Dreyfus from “Veep” are among the TV nominees, while the film nominees include Leonardo DeCaprio from “The Revenant,” Idris Elba from “Beasts of No Nation,” and Saoirse Ronan from “Brooklyn.” The star power doesn’t end with the nominees. Anthony Mackie, Rachel McAdams, Jason Mitchell, Mark Ruffalo, Susan Sarandon and Kristen Wiig have been announced as presenters. Tina Fey and Amy Poehler will also be there to present Carol Burnett with a Lifetime Achievement Award.

The SAG Awards will air on TV Saturday at 8 p.m. EST on TNT and TBS.