The 2019 Tony Awards, June 9, will be on CBS live from New York’s Radio City Music Hall, with Tony winner James Marquden hosting duties. The three-hour event will run live flights on the east coast and delay the night at 8 p.m. on the West Coast.
CBS will also be on its CBS All Access subscription service (available for a free one-week trial) to live stream on the election market. Networks are also available in SVOD services including Neu, YouTube TV, TV now and PlayStation; A subscription is required for everyone.
Prior to the 73rd annual awards, the official live from the red carpet show, Montego Glover and Dena Diadhor will be hosted at 5pm on CBS’s Twitter feed and Entertainment Tonight at Midnight et live site and social channels. Playbill.com, Ruthii Fifberg and Felesia Fitzpatrick co-hosts are hosting live red carpet shows on Facebook.
Meanwhile, CBS television stations “Imzen Lloyd Webbar ” Presents Broadway.com. The annual special 8:30 air Sunday is set in New York City’s WCBS-TV and 4:30 p.m. PT-TV, in Los Angeles and throughout the weekend.
This year’s Tony Awards, which aired on CBS after 1978, have included performances from nominations, including the show’s not-so-proud life & Time, Bitjuice, four shows, choir Boy, Hadadlongtime, Kiss Me, Kate, Oklahoma! Totsy. The show will have special performances by Tony winner Cynthia Erevo.
With all the nominations being conducted tonight, it is not a great pride to come to second place with 12 others including the more traditional jukebox music. Totsy received 11 nominations; The hopper 9 and the BetUS Lejuice 8.
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