There definitely will not be a shortage of ways to watch the Royal Wedding of Prince Harry and Meghan Markle [VIDEO] on Saturday, May 19. The much-anticipated wedding will be watched around the world. Even though viewers will not physically be in Windsor, England, they will still be able to see what is happening there. The major networks and some websites will live stream the ceremony so people will be able to see it in real time.

Here is a schedule of times the wedding [VIDEO] will be live streamed.

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The three major networks

Viewers will have a choice of viewing the wedding on the three major television networks starting at different times. The NBC "Today" team is getting a head start on the other networks by broadcasting a special episode a day earlier on Friday, May 18.

On Saturday, NBC will start live streaming at 4:30 a.m. EST. The NBC team consists of Savannah Guthrie, Hoda Kotb, Al Roker, Sheinelle Jones, and Megyn Kelly.

CBS will have the earliest broadcast on Saturday morning, starting at 4 a.m., co-hosted by Gayle King from CBS and Kevin Frazier from "Entertainment Tonight." Journalist Tina Brown will be along with King and Frazier to give commentary on what is happening throughout the day.

If you want to sleep half an hour later, you can wait for the ABC's "Good Morning America" anchors, who will begin streaming five hours of live coverage from 5 a.m. to 10 a.m. EST. Even though the live streaming starts very early on all three of the major networks, some people say they don't mind getting up to see what is happening across the pond.

Other ways to watch

Fox News will begin broadcasting later. Shepard Smith, Sandra Smith, and Ainsley Earhardt will start their coverage at 6 a.m. EST. HBO will show the special "The Royal Wedding Live with Cord and Tish!" with Will Ferrell and Molly Shannon. The special will air starting at 7:30 a.m. EST. PBS will air several highlights leading up to Prince Harry and Meghan Markle's wedding. Meredith Vieira and Matt Baker will host "Royal Wedding Watch."

Jeremy Parsons will begin broadcasting on PEOPLE.com at 6 a.m., and there will be appearances of editors in People's New York City studio and reporters on the ground in Windsor, England. The magazine will also stream the ceremony as it takes place in St.

George's Chapel.

Coverage to continue

Even if people choose not to get up early to watch the royal wedding in real time, they will be able to watch the events of the day at other times. Surely, the coverage will be aired over and over on television and printed in all major newspapers and magazines for a long time to come.