The royal wedding is upon us, people. In just three short weeks, Meghan Markle and Prince Harry will tie the knot at St. George's Chapel in Windsor Castle as thousands of their loved ones—not to mention almost the entire planet—watch. Markle and Prince Harry's wedding is, hands down, the most anticipated pop-culture event of the year. Nothing's been as big as this since, well, Prince William and Kate Middleton's wedding in April 2011.
It's only fitting, then, that the coverage of Markle and Prince Harry's nuptials is robust and extensive. You don't have to live in the U.K. to see the royal wedding with your own two eyes. A slew of networks and cable channels will be doing ’round-the-clock coverage of it come May 19. The most notable one is BBC America, which will simulcast BBC One's live streaming of the wedding as part of its epic "Royal Wedding Week" programming slate. If you don't have access to BBC America, though, no worries. There are still plenty of ways to watch Markle and Prince Harry say, "I do." Here's how you can get in on the action:
E! News: The network will be airing E! Live From the Royal Wedding starting at 5:00 A.M. ET, and it will include wall-to-wall coverage of the ceremony. At 7:00 P.M. ET, E! will also air a recap, just in case you don't want to make up at 5:00 A.M. on a Saturday.
Decca Records: Hours after the royal wedding wraps, Universal Music's streaming platform Decca Records will release footage to watch instantly. A physical copy of the ceremony will be available on May 25.
PBS: The network will also live-broadcast the royal wedding starting on Saturday morning.
CBS: Gayle King and Kevin Frazier will host CBS' extensive, multiplatform royal wedding coverage starting at 4:00 A.M. ET. CBS' coverage will be available to stream for free on CBSN, CBS News' 24/7 streaming news network. A prime-time special will air later that night on CBS at 8:00 P.M. ET.
ABC: Robin Roberts and David Muir will host a special five-hour edition of Good Morning America live from Windsor Castle on Saturday, May 19. An augmented-reality feature on ABC News' IOS app will help audiences feel like they're actually at the festivities. Then, a few hours later, ABC will air a 20/20 special about the wedding. Abcnews.com and its social platforms will simulcast all of this.
NBC: Savannah Guthrie and Hoda Kotb will host a specia, four-hour edition of Today from Windsor Castle starting at 4:30 A.M. ET.