The Tony-award winning musical show, "She Loves Me" will be the first Broadway show to be broadcast live thanks to a deal announced by BroadwayHD.

When and where can you watch it?

The show can be watched by viewers at the end of the month, on Thursday, June 30 at 8 p.m. ET. Serving as something of a Netflix-style service that caters to stage shows rather than movies or television series, the  BroadwayHD service's main goals is to help broaden Broadway's audiences to those who cannot go to live shows. The live show will be made readily available to subscribers to the service. Non-subscribers, however, will also reportedly be able to watch the show for an approximate $10.00 pay-per-view fee.

What to expect for the show?

The story is said to be based on the Hungarian play, Parfumerie, by Miklós László, which was the inspiration for the film, “You Got Mail.” The plot revolves around two feuding co-workers, who normally cannot stand each other, who unknowingly become each other's secret admirer through an anonymous pen-pal service. A performance of the show, from the 2016 Tony Awards show, can be watched below:

The show, during the live production, will also star various well-known names, such as Laura Benanti, Zachary Levi and Jane Krakowski. Produced in association with Ellen M. Krass, the production will air live from the Roundabout Theatre Company’s Studio 54, in New York. The production can also be watched live at the Roundabout Theatre through various times until its closing date of July 10, 2016.

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Behind the scenes

While not the first show to be aired by the BroadwayHD service, whose past offerings included various productions of “Daddy Long Legs,” “Old Hats,” and “Buried Child,” this will be the first time a show will be streamed live. Stewart F. Lane and Bonnie Comley, who are the co-founders of BroadwayHD, released a statement that this live show is a “dream of ours” come true and that they were “honored to expand the reach of live theater.” Todd Haimes, who serves as artistic director of the Roundabout Theatre Company, also released a statement that this was "an incredible opportunity" that will help the show expand beyond its "limited run" at the studio.