How to Watch the 2024 Tony Awards Online

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Broadway’s biggest night is here. The 77th annual Tony Awards will take place Sunday, June 16 at New York City’s David H. Koch Theater at Lincoln Center.

The ceremony will broadcast on CBS but cable-cutters are in luck as the show will also stream live on Paramount+ With Showtime, whose monthly plan is currently 50% off, bringing down the price to only $5/Month.

The proper ceremony will begin at at 8 p.m. ET, with “West Side Story” star Ariana DeBose returning to host for the third year in a row. DeBose’s hosting duties will presumably be less stressful than last year’s Tony Awards, which went without a script in solidarity with the WGA strike, leading her open the show dance sequence that went immediately viral.

“Hell’s Kitchen,” a musical inspired by Alicia Keys’ teenage years in New York City, and “Stereophonic,” the story of a rock group in danger of splintering, dominated this year’s nominations. The two shows, one focused on a pre-celebrity pop titan coming into her talent and the other examining a darker, druggier side of the music industry, picked up a leading 13 nods. They were followed closely by “The Outsiders,” a musical adaptation of S.E. Hinton’s coming-of-age novel and the Francis Ford Coppola film of the same name, which earned 12 nominations. “Hell’s Kitchen” and “The Outsiders” will duke it out for best musical, while “Stereophonic” was nominated for best play. 

Aside from Paramount+, cord-cutters can also watch the ceremony on a number of live TV streaming platforms that carry a local CBS affiliate — such as Hulu + Live TV, Fubo TV, Sling TV and DirecTV. DirecTV and Fubo TV, which both offer free trials, are the best options for those looking to tune into the special event but not commit to a monthly subscription.

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