Emmy Awards
Those without a TV will still be able to catch the 69th annual Primetime Emmys thanks to livestreams. Getty Images

The time to celebrate and honor some of the best work on television has arrived, and the 69th Annual Primetime Emmy Awards are sure to be a wonderful show. However, those who don't have access to a television to catch the live event will still have their chance to see all the big moments as they happen.

In addition to the television broadcast at 8 p.m. EDT, CBS will be streaming the show Live on their All Access website, as well as on the CBS app. All that's needed to receive access to these platforms is a valid subscription to a cable provider.

Those who watch the show will surely be in for a treat, as this year will see "The Late Show" host Stephen Colbert try his hand at hosting the awards show for the first time. Since taking over as host of "The Late Show" in 2015, he has managed to propel the show to the top spot when it comes to late night broadcast ratings. In fact, according to Mashable, he has helped take the show to the top spot, ahead of "The Tonight Show starring Jimmy Fallon," which previously held the ratings crown. His commentary on political and social issues had also helped him outpace his competitors by more than 100 million views on Youtube as well. Considering his success there, it seems likely he will impress in his first big awards show gig.

In fact, Colbert already promised to be a great host in early promos for the Awards show, which included political references with jokes about hacking.

"You know, there's been a lot of hacking this year," he says in the promo. "So to ensure that the winners remain top secret, I've had my assistant place all the envelopes in this giant safe."

Colbert then gestures to the safe, from which a person can be heard groaning inside, leading to his reassurance that they would be released soon.

"Only a couple more weeks," he says.

In addition to Colbert, TV fans will get to see a bevy of TV stars who will be presenting as well. According to a press release, the presenters will include Riz Ahmed, Anthony Anderson, Alec Baldwin, Jason Bateman, Jessica Biel, Edie Falco, Anna Faris, Allison Janney, Rashida Jones, Nicole Kidman, Debra Messing, Lea Michele, Shemar Moore, Kumail Nanjiana, Jim Parsons, Tracee Ellis Ross, Adam Scott, Oprah Winfrey and Reese Witherspoon.

The show will also likely feature some heated competitions for the top awards, with several top performances nominated in each category. One of the big of the categories to pay attention to are the races for Outstanding Lead Actor in a Drama Series, which will see Sterling K. Brown and Milo Ventimiglia of "This Is Us" face off against Anthony Hopkins from "Westworld," Bob Odenkirk from "Better Call Saul," Matthew Rhys from "The Americans, Live Schreiber from "Ray Donovan," and Kevin Spacey from "House of Cards."

Another huge race will likely be the Outstanding Lead Actress in a Limited Series or Movie character, which will see Nicole Kidman and Reese Witherspoon of "Big Little Lies," Jessice Lange and Susan Sarandon of "Feud: Bette and Joan," Carrie Coon of "Fargo," and Felicity Huffman of "American Crime" all face off for the award.

The 69th Annual Primetime Emmy Awards will air Sunday, Sept. 17 at 8 p.m. EDT on CBS.