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Tony Awards How to Watch the 75th Annual Tony Awards

From the U.S. Paramount+ broadcast to international viewings and New York City watch parties, we've got all the details for tuning in to Broadway's biggest night.

The final countdown to Broadway's Biggest Night is on! Following an 18-month hiatus and a September ceremony last year, theatre will be celebrating this past 2021–2022 season with the 75th Annual Tony Awards in its customary June time slot. The Tonys will take place Sunday, June 12 at Radio City Music Hall in New York City. 

Following last year's two-part broadcast shared by CBS and Paramount+, the 2022 Tony Awards will include an hour of exclusive programming streaming on Paramount+, followed by the awards ceremony broadcasting live on on CBS and simultaneously streaming on Paramount+, making this year's ceremony the first in Tony Awards history to be available live nationwide.

In addition to U.S live stream, the awards will be broadcast by select international media partners. Or if you're actually in New York City, we've got you covered for in-person watch parties, too.

Emmy winners and current Broadway stars Darren Criss and Julianne Hough will host the first hour of the 2022 Tony Awards live on Paramount+. The Tony Awards: Act One, set to stream live June 12 at 7 PM ET from Radio City Music Hall, will see multiple Tony Awards given out and special performances to be announced. The live broadcast will be available to all Paramount+ subscribers.

Hosted by recent West Side Story Oscar winner and Tony nominee Ariana DeBose, the three-hour awards ceremony will air live on CBS and stream simultaneously on Paramount+ (for premium-level subscribers only) from 8 PM ET The broadcast will also be available to stream on demand on Paramount+ for all membership tiers following the live stream.

Paramount+ has apps for most major devices—including Apple/Android TV, iOS and Android mobile, Fire TV, Roku, and many smart TVs—allowing viewers to watch the awards on nearly any device. For more information about the streaming platform's supported devices, click here.

If you're not within the United States, you may not have access to the above platforms, but there are international partners broadcasting the Tony Awards around the world. You can also keep up with the latest from the ceremonies with our live, up-to-the-minute updates at and on our homepage.

CTV/Bell Media
will broadcast the awards June 12 at 8 PM ET on CTV, and the CTV app.

Latin America, Central and South America
AMC's Film & Arts channel will broadcast the awards June 12 at 20 H.

AMC's Film & Arts channel will broadcast the awards September 26 at 20 H.

WOWOW will stream the awards ceremony live June 13 at 8 AM JPN. 

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If you'll be in New York on the day of the ceremony, opt to watch the awards with other theatre fans at one of the city's many watch parties hosted by some of Broadway's favorite insiders. 

The Skivvies at Joe's Pub
Nick Cearley and Lauren Molina (The Skivvies) host their annual scantily-clad soiree at The Public's cabaret spot, Joe's Pub. The evening starts at 7:45 PM with a pre-show and then performances on every commercial break throughout the entire broadcast. Special guests for this years show include: two-time Tony winner Michael Cerveris, Tamika Sonja Lawrence, Lesli Margherita, Leslie McDonel, Amy Hillner Larsen, Jonathan Hoover (aka Inappropriate Patti), Aaron Marcellus, Diane Phelan, Evan Todd, Jennifer Sanchez and Sutton Lee Seymour. Click here for tickets. 

Seth's Tony Watch Party
Join host Seth Rudetsky in his living room—or rather, the West Side Comedy Club—for giveaways, games, and special guests. Doors open at 6:30 for the two-part broadcast. Brava! Click here for tickets. 

Feinstein's/54 Below
Enjoy a three-course dinner while you watch the ceremony on the large screen at Feinstein's/54 Below. All guests will be invited to fill out ballots with their Tony predictions for prizes including tickets and gift cards for future shows at the midtown supper club. Click here for tickets. 

The Green Room 42 with Ben Cameron
Catch the Tonys on the big screen at the theatre district cabaret spot The Green Room 42. The evening promises loads of fun with Broadway veteran, host Ben Cameron. Get dinner and drinks while you enjoy trivia games during the commercial breaks. Click here for tickets.


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