Teenagers decide who wins the surfboards at the Teen Choice Awards, and they also get to decide how they watch the show. Fox is giving their viewers plenty of ways to tune in to the big night.

The 2016 Teen Choice Awards airs on Fox at 8 p.m. EDT on Sunday, July 31. But those who don’t want to turn on their TV just need an internet connection to live-stream the show. Fox’s website and the Fox Now app allows users to watch live TV from their computer or mobile device. Those watching online will need log in information from their cable subscription, though.

If you love a good red carpet, tune in even earlier. The 2016 Teen Choice Awards pre-show will start at 6:45 p.m. EDT. Again, it can be live-streamed on Fox’s website or app, but those without a cable subscription can watch on the TCA Facebook page.

YouTube personality Kingsley and journalist Danielle Robay will host the red carpet event. They’ll have plenty of celebrities to interview. Jessica Alba, Ian Harding, Lea Michele and more are expected to attend the TCAs. Charlie Puth, Flo Rida and “Empire” star Serayah are set to perform, while Victoria Justice and John Cena are hosting the main show.

“I’m mainly excited to goof off with [co-host] John Cena,” Justice told Women’s Wear Daily. “I feel like he has to lift me at some point; that is necessary. I’ve never hosted anything live like this, so I’m a little nervous.”

While fans will have to tune in to see who wins each category, one man knows he is a winner: Justin Timberlake. The singer has several surfboards from the Teen Choice Awards already, but this one will be particularly special. He’ll accept the Decade Award.

If you’re busy Sunday night, Fox’s website and app will have the entire award show available to watch Monday morning.

Victoria Justice
Victoria Justice will host the 2016 Teen Choice Awards. She is pictured at the TCAs on Aug. 10, 2014 in Los Angeles. Reuters