The Ultimate Guide to Watching the Tony Awards From Home: How to Stream the 2024 Celebration of Broadway

Broadway’s biggest stars will turn out for the 77th Tony Awards at Lincoln Center in a grand evening honoring musicals, plays, and theatre performances. The most anticipated event of the season, the Tony Awards are set to be co-hosted by Ariana DeBose, who is slated to make her third appearance as host for the event. Pre-show events will be led by Emmy winner Julianna Hough and the star of the TV sitcom Ghosts, Utkarsh Ambudkar. The Tony Awards will premiere live from Radio City Music Hall at 8pm ET (5pm PT) on Sunday 12 June. Whether you’re a completist theatre-goer or someone who enjoys the occasional ballet, here’s how you can enjoy the magic of Tonys night.

The Ultimate Spectacle: Seats at Lincoln Center

Broadcast on Sunday, 16 June at 8 p.m. ET/5 p.m. PT, the 2024 Tony Awards promises to be a glittering affair of unprecedented proportions. Lincoln Center’s David H Koch Theater in New York City will be transformed into a veritable theatre of dreams in recognition of the best of Broadway.

Where to Watch the 2024 Tony Awards: Every Streaming Service Detailed

CBS: Your Gateway to the Tony Awards

Of course, the ceremony will be broadcast live on CBS, for people who still prefer their media delivered through the endearing quirks of analogue cable. But tech traditionalists should calm down too, because the ceremony will also be available to stream live on, as well as on the CBS app – a mix of accessibility and convenience that no hard-line purist could hope to resist.

Paramount+ & Pluto TV: Stream with a Touch of Innovation

When you tune into the Tony Awards, it’s going to be through Paramount+. If you’re a fan of live and on-demand viewing, Paramount+ with Showtime is your subscription destination. And for when you want to relive highlights from the live event, the amazing feature for Paramount+ subscribers means everyone will be able to catch what you’ve been tuned into. Get access to the preshow on Pluto TV, go to your live stream, and catch it all, all for free!

Fubo, Hulu, and YouTube TV: Diverse Platforms for Dedicated Fans

Fubo has a Big Ticket movie commercial that invites theatre fans to stream the Tony Awards for free with a trial of the service. Hulu with Live TV says you can watch the Tony Awards on CBS and more than 90 other channels. And YouTube makes an offer to YouTube devotees with YouTube TV, which comes with a ‘whole Hollywood spectrum of channels’ and a free trial.

Global Access: Watching the Tony Awards with a VPN

Don’t worry, international fans. The Tony Awards are your passport to the show, no paperwork necessary, no border restrictions, as a VPN lets you stream the show live from any corner of Earth. You can catch the show anywhere in the world with a premier VPN such as NordVPN.

A Night to Remember: Highlights and Nominations

The competition for the prestigious Tony Awards this year is fierce with three musicals—Hell’s Kitchen (with music by Alicia Keys), Stereophonic (music by Will Butler of Arcade Fire) and The Outsiders (which has 12 nominations)—each grabbing 13 nominations, and Cabaret at the Kit Kat Club primed with nine nods. Here’s a comprehensive list of all the nominees, courtesy of the official Tony Awards website.

Closing Curtain: A Night of AMAZON Stars and Streaming Splendor

Exploring AMAZON: A Hub of Streaming and More

Amazon is a brand name that stands for innovation. It is responsible for pushing the envelope with its brand-new way to consuming entertainment and media. Along with being a global e-commerce behemoth, Amazon runs its own streaming service, Amazon Prime Video, which is a streaming service that offers a wide selection of movies, shows, and original content. It is interconnected with other streaming services and has vowed to offer various types of content, thus making it a brand-new player in the digital entertainment world.

It’s a missing a trick not to watch the 2024 Tony Awards, a reminder of all the ways the theatre can make us better human beings, the ways that being a good storyteller makes us receptive to and playful with the stories told in every aspect of our lives. Wherever you are and whatever your preferred platform, whether that’s Netflix, Prime Video (Amazon’s $12 billion contribution to the democratisation of digital content consumption) or Hayu, here we present a feast of theatre for the home.

Jun 17, 2024
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