What time do the 2017 Emmy awards start on Sunday, what channel is the annual awards show on, and how can you watch the emmys live online? Here’s what you need to know ahead of tonight's big event, including live stream and mobile viewing options for the red carpet arrivals and the three-hour awards show.

If you love judging the red carpet fashions, coverage for the celebrity arrivals at the Microsoft Theater in Los Angeles will start hours before the Emmys begin on Sunday night. Several networks will stream right from the red carpet — find the details below.

Emmy Awards start time, streaming options

The annual awards show begins at 8 p.m. ET/ 5 p.m. PT on your local CBS TV channel. The event will be hosted by Stephen Colbert.

If you're not near a television on Sunday night, CBS will be live streaming the Emmy Awards online on CBS All Access or via the CBS mobile app. If you don't have a paid subscription to All Access, you can sign up for a free trial. You must cancel before the trial is up so you won't be charged the monthly fee.

Red carpet live stream

Unfortunately, CBS is not offering a red carpet pre-show via their live stream. However, there is an option if you don't want to miss this year's fashion hits and misses.

E! Entertainment will air "Live from the Red Carpet" special starting at 6 p.m.

ET/ 3 p.m. PT. The event will stream live through E! Entertainment's YouTube channel.

If you have cable TV, don't miss E!'s "Fashion Police" on Monday, September 18 at 8 p.m. ET to see which Emmy fashions get the thumbs up or thumbs down.

2017 Emmy Awards predictions

Who will win an Emmy this year? Everyone has a favorite show or actor but there are some clear favorites in the list of nominees.

"Westworld" (HBO) and "Saturday Night Live (NBC) lead the pack with a whopping 22 nominees each. Alec Baldwin has created quite a stir portraying President Donald Trump on "SNL" — it won't be a shocker if he ends up winning the best supporting actor award during this year's Emmy Awards show.

In addition to Westworld" and "Saturday Night Live," the Washington Post predicts "This is Us" will also walk away with Emmy Awards tonight.

Other expected Emmy Award wins including "Stranger Things" (Netflix), "Veep" (HBO). Gold Derby also predicts "Big Little Lies" (HBO) will win six Emmy Awards on Sunday night, with awards going to Nicole Kidman, Laura Dern, Alexander Skarsgard, Jean-Marc Vallee, and writer, Alexander Skarsgard.