The 75th Annual Peabody Awards are airing Monday night on Pivot, but there is a way to watch it online too.
The Peabody Awards, which took place in late May, are set to air Monday from 8-10 p.m. ET/PT on Pivot. This year's honored TV shows include ABC's black-ish, SundanceTV's Deutschland 83, Netflix's Marvel's Jessica Jones, Netflix's Master of None, USA's Mr. Robot, HBO's The Leftovers, Amazon Video's Transparent, Lifetime's UnREAL, PBS's Wolf Hall and Cbeebie's Katie Morag. Plus, individual and institutional winners include David Letterman, Stanley Nelson Jr. and The Daily Show with Jon Stewart.
In the TV broadcast, viewers should expect to see acceptance speeches from the likes of Letterman, Jon Stewart, Transparent creator Jill Soloway, India's Daughter's Leslee Udwin, Master of None co-creators Alan Yang and Aziz Ansari, and Mr. Robot's Sam Esmail.
Keegan-Michael Key (of Key and Peele, which won a Peabody Award in 2014) hosted the event.
"If you watch this on June 6th, if you DVR this, you have literally given yourself a menu of all the stories that matter from the last year," Key said at the event. "[Stories] that should resonate with you, that should should make you get up and do something."
The Peabody Awards have long been considered one of the greatest honors in the entertainment industry.
If you want to watch the Peabody Awards online, you may be able to do so. Pivot has its own live streaming on its site, though only some cable providers allow this service through Pivot. Check now to see if yours is listed.