By EW Staff
September 17, 2017 at 07:00 AM EDT

The 69th annual Emmy Awards will be held on Sunday night live from Los Angeles.

But for those who don’t own a television or want to watch online, there are plenty of options to view television’s biggest night.

How to stream the Emmys online

CBS will live-stream the Emmys on Sunday night via CBS All Access. Viewers in more than 125 cities, including New York, Los Angeles, Chicago, Philadelphia, Denver, and Miami can watch the Emmys online through the CBS streaming platform (which is available on Apple TV, Amazon TV, Roku, and more).

Hulu Live also offers CBS as part of its streaming platform for users who don’t subscribe to CBS All Access. Another option is to watch for free via fuboTV.

How to watch the Emmys without cable

In addition to watching online via live-streams, viewers can watch the Emmys without cable on television by purchasing an over-the-air antenna. (For advice on which to purchase on short notice and more about the OTA options, check out this subreddit devoted to the product.)

How to watch the Emmys on TV

That one is easy: The Emmys air on CBS with Stephen Colbert set to host. The show starts at 8 p.m. ET and airs live around the country.

This year’s Emmy Awards will feature stars from HBO’s Big Little Lies, Netflix’s Stranger Things, NBC’s Saturday Night Live, HBO’s Westworld, NBC’s This Is Us, Hulu’s The Handmaid’s Tale, and many other hit shows. Last year’s big winner, HBO’s Game of Thrones, was not eligible for Emmy Awards consideration because its latest season aired outside the eligibility window.