Like Thursday night's Disney Family Singalong, Saturday's One World: Together at Home special could promise to be one of the few positive things we remember about the coronavirus pandemic.
The lineup for the all-star event was curated with the help of Lady Gaga, so you know it's got to be good, and the night will be emceed by funnymen trio Jimmy Fallon, Jimmy Kimmel and Stephen Colbert.
If the entertainment alone doesn't lift your spirits, the cause certainly will. Not only is the event in celebration of our health care heroes, proceeds from the event, which have already topped $35 million, go to support the World Health Organization.
So who's performing during One World: Together at Home, and how do you tune in? We've got the info, below.
In a nutshell: everyone. From Taylor Swift to Lizzo, and Stevie Wonder to Andrea Boccelli, the genres are wide and the talent is deep.
Among those making an appearance or scheduled to perform:
- Lady Gaga
- Alicia Keys
- Taylor Swift
- Stevie Wonder
- Celine Dion
- Chris Martin
- Camila Cabello
- Shawn Mendes
- Maren Morris
- The Killers
- Elton John
- Paul McCartney
- Eddie Vedder
- Billie Eilish
- J Balvin
- John Legend
- Pharrell Williams
- LL Cool J
- Shah Rukh Khan
- Andrea Bocelli
- Burna Boy
- Kacey Musgraves
- Keith Urban
- Sam Smith
Celebtrities like Oprah Winfrey, Priyanka Chopra Jonas, David Beckham, Ellen Degeneres, Matthew McConaughey, and Amy Poehler are also scheduled to appear.
Hulu with Live TV is $54.99 a month, but there's a one-week trial membership available now so you can watch the concert for free, and decide whether or not to commit to the service later.
How to watch One World Together, At home:
There are lots of ways to watch the special, from traditional cable broadcasts, to streaming on social media. Here's where to find it.
The festivities kick off at 2 p.m. EST on Saturday with a six-hour live stream event before the two-hour long concert begins at 8 p.m. EST.
Tune in to the livestream on Amazon Prime Video, YouTube, Twitter, Instagram, Facebook, and more.
The concert itself airs on linear TV from 8 p.m. to 10 p.m. EST on ABC, CBS, NBC, NatGeo and Univision.
No cable? If you have a ROKU player (opens in new tab), you can use it in combination with platforms like Sling TV or Hulu with Live TV to catch the broadcast.