How To Stream The 2017 iHeartRadio Music Awards & Catch Its Amazing Lineup
Packed to the brim with celebrity presenters and performers, the iHeartRadio Music Awards definitely aren't something you're going to want to miss. The show will be broadcast on Sunday, March 5 from 8 to 11 p.m. ET on TBS, TNT, and TruTV, and there's a lot to look forward to. That said, even though it's airing on so many networks, other viewers may still be hoping to stream the iHeartRadio Music Awards if they don't have a TV or cable.
The show boasts quite the line-up. Top 40 favorites like Katy Perry, Bruno Mars, The Chainsmokers, and Shawn Mendes will all be performing. Even new pop stars in the making like Noah Cyrus (honestly, how great is "Make Me Cry," by the way?) will be singing their songs for the big show. The show is set to be MC'd by Ryan Seacrest, a man who's well-loved by all fans and listeners of all the various iHeartRadio channels.
All that's pretty enticing, and don't forget the fact that the red carpet's historically been pretty off the chain — remember Selena Gomez's scene-stealing bright red jumpsuit? How about Keke Palmer's glamourous disco ball mini dress? And, of course, we definitely can't forget about Taylor Swift and her badass "Bad Blood"-era black sequined jumpsuit back from the 2016 show.
There's a lot to take in, but you don't have to worry about missing out: Luckily, iHeartRadio's majorly got you covered. Turns out, there are tons of options for streaming the show, starting with...
Every iHeartRadio Station
"Radio" really is the name of the game when it comes to streaming the iHeartRadio Music Awards — it'll be be simulcast across all iHeartRadio channels nationwide, as well as on their namesake app. Think of it this way: It'll actually be tough to turn on the radio and not catch part of the show.
TBS, TNT, & TruTV
If you've got your heart set on watching the show (as opposed to just listening to it), you've got plenty of choices there as well. The show will be broadcast live on TBS, TNT, and TruTV — all of which have their own live streams available. All you have to do to watch is log in to the network's website or app with a cable subscription. Unless you don't have cable, in which case...
DIRECTV NOW and SlingTV
Services like DIRECTV NOW and SlingTV are great options if you don't happen to have a cable subscription. Both allow you to stream tons of channels live, including the channels that will be airing the show. DIRECTV NOW starts at $35 per month, and SlingTV starts at $20 per month — but it's worth noting that both offer a week-long free trial.
So whether you only need to hear the 2017 iHeartRadio Music Awards or want to see every moment, you should have no problem tuning in.