Tony Awards 2019 : How To Watch The Tony Awards Online & TV On air Sunday, June 9 on CBS live from Radio City Music Hall in New York, with Tony winner James Corden handling host duties. The three-hour show will air live on the East Coast and be delayed to 8 PM PT on the West Coast.
The 73rd annual Tony Awards take place on Sunday, June 9. While the Tonys telecast will go out live to TV viewers on the east coast beginning at 8 p.m. ET on CBS, the show will be delayed for west coast fans. The Tony Awards will be available to cable and satellite TV subscribers on the CBS website and app as it airs in each time zone. The ceremony takes place just blocks away from Broadway at Radio City Music Hall in Manhattan. James Corden (“The Late, Late Show”) hosts the ceremony. This past Tony champ picked up an Emmy for emceeing the 2016 ceremony.
There will be performances from the four Best Musical nominees (“Ain’t Too Proud – The Life and Times of the Temptations,” “Beetlejuice,” “Hadestown,” “The Prom” and “Tootsie” ), the two Best Musical Revival contenders (“Kiss Me, Kate,” “Oklahoma!”) and “The Cher Show.”
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CBS will also stream the show live in select markets on its CBS All Access subscription service (a free one-week trial is available). The network is also available on SVOD services including Hulu, YouTube TV, DirecTV Now and PlayStation Vue; all require a subscription.
Ahead of the 73rd annual awards, the official Live from the Red Carpet show will be hosted by Montego Glover and Denny Directo beginning at 5 PM ET on CBS’ Twitter feed and at Entertainment Tonight‘s ET LIVE site and social channels. Playbill.com is also hosting red carpet show on Facebook Live with Ruthie Fierberg and Felicia Fitzpatrick co-hosting.
CBS Television Stations meanwhile, is airing Broadway.com Presents “At The Tonys With Imogen Lloyd Webber.” The annual special is set to air Sunday at 8:30 AM ET on WCBS-TV in New York City and 4:30 PM PT on KCBS-TV in Los Angeles, and around the throughout the weekend.
The roster of presenters includes many performers who got their start in the theater. Among those taking to the stage to hand out these top theater honors will be: Kristin Chenoweth, Darren Criss, Jesse Tyler Ferguson, Tina Fey, Sutton Foster, Josh Groban, Danai Gurira, Jake Gyllenhaal, Samuel L. Jackson, Shirley Jones, Regina King, Jane Krakowski, Judith Light, Laura Linney, Lucy Liu, Aasif Mandvi, Audra McDonald, Sienna Miller, Catherine O’Hara, Michael Shannon, Brian Stokes Mitchell, Marisa Tomei and Samira Wiley.
We are predicting the winners of all 26 categories at the Tony Awards. Our official odds are derived from the predictions of readers like you. “Hadestown” will win a whopping nine Tonys, including the coveted prize of Best Musical. “The Ferryman” will take home a half dozen trophies including Best Play.
This year’s Tony Awards, which has been broadcast on CBS since 1978, will feature performances from nominees including Ain’t Too Proud – The Life and Times of the Temptations, Beetlejuice, The Cher Show, Choir Boy, Hadestown, Kiss Me, Kate, Oklahoma!, The Prom and Tootsie. The show will also feature a special performance by Tony winner Cynthia Erivo.
Hadestown leads all nominees heading into tonight with 14, with the more traditional jukebox musical Ain’t Too Proud coming in at second with 12. Tootsie has 11 nominations; The Ferryman nine and Beetlejuice 8.