How To Stream The 2017 Teen Choice Awards Online So You Can Stay Young & Fun

The Teen Choice Awards is one of the most fun, young, hip awards shows of the year. Categories range from the more traditional “Choice TV Drama Actress” to the more absurd “Choice Male Hottie.” Teens vote on the actors, musicians, and personalities they most want to see win. Winners walk home not with a shiny trophy but a colorful surfboard. The 2017 Teen Choice Awards airs this Sunday, August 13 at 8 p.m. ET on Fox. For many of the viewers, simply turning on the television seems like an antiquated way to watch the show. But, there are a few ways to stream the 2017 Teen Choice Awards online, so you don’t miss any of the fun.

Such fun includes all the big names like Miley Cyrus, who will be presented with the “Ultimate Choice Award.” It’s a full circle night for Cyrus who presented the same award to Britney Spears spears back in 2009. Additionally, the fan favorite cast of Riverdale will be there to be adorable IRL, Harry Styles is up for a slew of both singing and acting awards, and many more up-and-coming fresh faces will be walking the colorful carpet.

Don’t miss the event that has teens (and adults, let’s be real) across the country excited. Here are all the ways to stream the Teen Choice Awards this Sunday.

Fox.com

If you have one of the cable providers listed here, then you can visit fox.com and stream the show live by simply logging in with your cable info (or a friend’s).

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Fox Now Apps

If you’re on the move, you can stream the show on your iPhone, iPad, Android, Kindle Fire or Apple TV using the Fox Now app. Again, you’ll need that cable login to watch the show.

Social Media

Not everyone has a cable login at their fingertips. If you want to follow along with the show live, log onto Twitter or Instagram to keep up with the action in a second-hand way. There’s the official Teen Choice Awards twitter account as well as plenty of celebrities who should be live tweeting the event. It’s not quite the same thing as watching, but you can at least keep up with the fun.

Once the event has aired, it will be available on Fox.com as well as all over YouTube. There will be plenty of time to catch up on the performances, awards and dancing celebrities if you can’t watch live. Ah, the wonders of the 21st century.

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