Emmy Awards
Those without a TV will still be able to catch the 70th annual Primetime Emmys thanks to livestreams. Pictured: 69th Emmy Awards host Stephen Colbert speaks from the stage in Los Angeles on Sept. 17, 2017. Kevin Winter/Getty Images

The time to celebrate and honor some of the best work on television has arrived, and the 70th 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 simultaneous live broadcasts at 8 p.m. EDT and 5 p.m. Pacific, NBC is expected to live stream the event as well. The network provides Live viewing on their website, which anyone can access with a valid cable service provider. The FAQ page for the streaming states that it is available through participating providers in New York, Los Angeles, Chicago, Philadelphia, Boston, Washington D.C., Hartford, Connecticut, Dallas, Miami, San Francisco, San Diego and Bristol, Virginia.

In addition to watching online, viewers can download the free NBC app to watch on their phones or other electronic devices.

This year’s show is sure to be one full of laughs, as viewers will be treated to “Saturday Night Live-Weekend Update” co-hosts Colin Jost and Michael Che taking on the role of co-hosts of the awards for the first time. The two have worked together on the Saturday night staple variety program since 2014. They inherited the roles from former co-star Seth Meyers and current co-star Cecily Strong.

In addition to Che and Jost, viewers will get to see a bevy of TV stars who will be presenting as well. According to a press release, Alec Baldwin, Rachel Brosnahan, Millie Bobby Brown, Michael Douglas, Tina Fey, Kit Harington, Taraji P. Henson, Kate McKinnon, Tracy Morgan, Bob Odenkirk, Sandra Oh and Constance Wu are set to take the stage and announce some winners.

As for some of the top awards going out, there are sure to be some heated competitions. Several top shows will be competing to win the title of best drama series, with Hulu’s “The Handmaid’s Tale” going up against HBO’s “Game of Thrones,” and “Westworld,” Netflix’s “The Crown” and “Stranger Things,” FX’s “The Americans” and NBC’s “This Is Us.”

The 70th Annual Emmy Awards air beginning at 8 p.m. EDT on NBC.