He's become one of the biggest artists in the world in the last few years and always puts on a good show for his fans. Now, those who love Bruno Mars will have a chance to watch him perform during his first televised special, tonight on CBS, "Bruno Mars: 24K Magic Live At The Apollo."

The special, which was filmed during concerts Mars gave at the legendary Apollo theatre in New York's Harlem, is set to air on CBS at 10 p.m. EST Nov. 29, but those who don't have a TV won't be left out when it comes to watching Mars' epic performance.

The special is set to stream from the CBS All Access app, which is currently offering a free one-month trial, which gives them access to over 9,000 episodes, live television and All Access originals. Customers who sign up for the trial by Dec. 4 and use the code LETSGO, will receive the access to tonight's special for free. The service typically costs $5.99/month afterwards, or $9.99/month for an advertisement free option.

A second live streaming service for the special is available through Fubo, which will allow users to stream their favorite channels. Customers can sign up for a seven-day free trial, which they are free to cancel at any time, in order to watch the event.

According to CBS, the special will not only see parts of Mars' concert, but will also feature him out and about in the streets of New York as well, as he greets his fans.

"The electrifying special was taped at the legendary Apollo Theater in New York City, where Mars kicks off the primetime special in spectacular style, with an epic performance atop the Apollo's landmark marquee," the special's description reads. "Also, Mars and his band the Hooligans take to the streets, visiting, signing and entertaining locals in exciting, intimate, must-see moments. The special features exhilarating, never-before-seen stage performances throughout the broadcast."

Mars previously spoke about what influenced him to do the show, saying he had been inspired to perform at the legendary theatre at a young age.

"Some of my favorite artists in the world have plated at the Apollo," he told E! News. "I grew up watching artists there with my family. Before 'American Idol' and 'X Factor,' 'The Voice' and all these things and competitions, there was 'Showtime at the Apollo.' It was very cut throat and it's kind of a model that I live by and stand by with my band. You get up on that stage, you give it to them and if you do it right, they are going to stand and cheer. If they don't then they will let you know. That mentality is kind of my forever mentality and when you get up on that stage, you get ready to blow someone away."

"Bruno Mars: 24K Magic Live At The Apollo" airs tonight at 10 p.m. EST on CBS.

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Here's how to watch the "Bruno Mars: 24K Magic Live At The Apollo" special without a TV. CBS