On Monday night, viewers can get more into the holiday spirit as the "CMA Country Christmas" will be televised and live streaming. The country music-themed special will feature some of the best in the business when it comes to the genre. Jennifer Nettles will host the show which is pre-taped earlier this month but will have live streaming at the same time as the telecast on Monday night. Here's a look at the latest details in terms of the performer lineup, start time, Television channel, and "CMA Country Christmas" live streaming options.

'Country Christmas' performers

Jennifer Nettles won't only be hosting, but expect her to provide at least a few performances.

The country star brought out the album "To Celebrate Christmas" just last month and is likely to perform a few of the songs from it. Joining her will be several other stars from the country music world.

Among the special's performers lineup will be Brett Eldredge, Trisha Yearwood, Chris Young, Kelsea Ballerini, Rascal Flatts, Jordan Smith of "The Voice" season 9, Loretta Lynn, Amy Grant, Joey Alexander, Kelly Clarkson, Idina Menzel, Sarah McLachlan, Kacey Musgraves, Andra Day, and Brad Paisley. Several of these performances may be collaborative efforts as Paisley will team up with Young for "The First Noel," and Ballerina will bring on young piano phenomenon Joey Alexander for her performance of "My Favorite Things" from "The Sound of Music."

How to watch live on TV & online

Tonight's "CMA Country Christmas" has a scheduled air time of 8 p.m.

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Eastern Time. The ABC Network will provide the two-hour special on all ABC affiliate channels across the nation. In addition, the show can be seen via a live stream feed, but only in select regions of the country.

To watch the "CMA Country Christmas" special live streaming online, cable or satellite customers in one of the eight specific regions of the U.S. can use the ABC Go or Watch ABC website and compatible mobile apps. Among the participating regions are major cities including New York City, Los Angeles, Philadelphia, San Francisco, and Raleigh.