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Where to Watch the Royal Wedding

Royal Wedding: Where to Watch the Coverage on TV

The royal wedding is just a few hours away! When Prince William and Kate Middleton tie the knot, the whole world will be watching. If you're one of the many hoping to tune in, I've put together a TV guide for which channels will have coverage of the event. All the times listed below are in the Eastern Time Zone, so adjust your alarm clock accordingly.

Friday, April 29 Live Wedding Coverage

  • ABC 4:00-10:00 a.m. ET Barbara Walters and Diane Sawyer host live coverage from London
  • CBS 5:00-9:00 a.m. ET Katie Couric hosts live coverage from London
  • NBC 4:00-10:00 a.m. ET Meredith Vieira, Matt Lauer, Brian Williams, Natalie Morales, Ann Curry, and Al Roker host live coverage on special edition of Today from London
  • BBC 3:00-8:30 a.m. ET Huw Edwards hosts live coverage from London
  • CNN 4:00 a.m. Piers Morgan, Richard Quest, Anderson Cooper, Kiran Chetry and Cat Deeley host live from London
  • E! 4:00-9:00 a.m. ET Giuliana Rancic hosts live coverage from London; E! will repeat coverage immediately after the original telecast
  • Fox News Channel 4:00-8:00 a.m. ET Shepard Smith and Martha MacCallum host live coverage from London

For a listing of specials and other coverage leading up to the big day, just

.

Monday, April 18

  • ABC 10:00 p.m. Barbara Walters hosts 20/20 Special: William & Catherine: A Modern Fairytale

Sunday, April 24

  • Fox News 9:00 p.m. Countdown to the Royal Wedding special prime time documentary

Wednesday, April 27

  • NBC 8:00 p.m. Inside the Royal Wedding Special, hosted by Meredith Viera and Matt Lauer

Thursday, April 28

  • ABC 8:00 p.m. Chris Cuomo in London and Elizabeth Vargas in NY host 20/20 Special with a behind-the-scenes look at what Kate Middleton's life will be like after the nuptials
  • Bravo 11:00 p.m. Watch What Happens Live: Royal Wedding Spectacular with Andy Cohen

Friday, April 29 Post-Wedding Coverage

  • CBS 8:00 p.m. The Royal Wedding: Modern Majesty prime time special with Katie Couric
  • ABC 9:00 p.m. Barbara Walters hosts 20/20 Special with highlights from the big day
  • NBC 9:00 p.m. Dateline two-hour documentary, hosted by Ann Curry
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littlemunchkin littlemunchkin 4 years
Just watched it all here in the UK. So proud to be British :-)
Ayosayprettygrl Ayosayprettygrl 4 years
i think its overrated but still pretty cool- i wasnt even alive for Diana's wedding or funeral so i'll be recording it. Going to another day of school :-(. Summer already PLEASE!!
Shannon-Vestal Shannon-Vestal 4 years
Yep, Anon, it'll be streaming live here! http://www.buzzsugar.com/Watch-Royal-Wedding-Live-Streaming-15868031
pandawoman pandawoman 4 years
The Royal Wedding is an interesting slice of history. If you follow the Royals, they do many good works. I don't claim to know nearly what the British know, but they deserve respect, and the people deserve respect. My friend is planning a slumber/watch-the-wedding party with tea, china, cucumber sandwiches, etc. People who think negatively should keep their opinions to themselves and allow people who do appreciate the event to enjoy it.
JanetG0307 JanetG0307 4 years
woohoo! too bad i have to work on friday and i'm not able to take the day off (too many others requested off...damn them!). DVR is my lifesaver.
Redowl Redowl 4 years
I am staying up all night long!This is a very helpful list.However, as a Canadian I would suggest that everyone watch the coverage of the actual Wedding via CTV or CBC Canadian Television networks. You can guarantee that the names, titles, details of what is happening etc. will be correct. I cringed when I heard Cat Deeley (CNN) say that you address Queen Elizabeth as Your Royal Highness; she is Her Royal Majesty - quite a difference. Thank goodness CNN has Piers Morgan on board. He knows of what he speaks!
Redowl Redowl 4 years
I am staying up all night long! This is a very helpful list. However, as a Canadian I would suggest that everyone watch the coverage of the actual Wedding via CTV or CBC Canadian Television networks. You can guarantee that the names, titles, details of what is happening etc. will be correct. I cringed when I heard Cat Deeley (CNN) say that you address Queen Elizabeth as Your Royal Highness; she is Her Royal Majesty - quite a difference. Thank goodness CNN has Piers Morgan on board. He knows of what he speaks!
Becky-Kirsch Becky-Kirsch 4 years
The real question is: who's staying up all night to watch it live?
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