The American Music Awards return on Sunday (Nov. 20) hosted by Wayne Brady. The show will air live from the Microsoft Theater in Los Angeles on ABC.
If you’re in town and would like to catch the show in person, tickets are still available here.
See below for everything you need to know about tuning into this year’s AMAs, and what to expect.
When Are the 2022 AMAs?
The 2022 American Music Awards will air live on Sunday, November 20 at 8 p.m. ET/PT on ABC. If you have cable (or a digital TV antenna like these from Amazon), you can watch the AMAs on TV through your local ABC affiliate.
The AMAs will also be available to stream in full the day following the event. Sign up for Hulu here to watch the AMAs.
How to Watch the AMAs Online Free
If you’ve cut the cord, you’ll still be able to watch the American Music Awards live by streaming it using SlingTV, fuboTV, DirectTV Stream, or Hulu + Live TV. Most of these services offer free trials, which will allow you to watch the AMAs for free online and stream performances without cable.
For those without cable, ABC can be streamed online via fuboTV or DirectTV Stream will give you access to ABC as well, as both services include ABC, to let you watch the AMAs live on TV or stream the American Music Awards from your laptop, tablet or phone.. Signing up for free trials of
Who Is Performing at the AMAs?
Anitta, Dove Cameron, Ari Lennox, Beba Rexha, GloRilla, Carrie Underwood, Charlie Puth, Imagine Dragons, Tems, Stevie Wonder, Wizkid, J.I.D., and P! NK will take the stage.
Who Is Nominated at the 2022 American Music Awards?
Bad Bunny leads the pack with eight nominees, while Beyoncé and Taylor Swift hold the title for the most-nominated female artists with six nominations each. Drake also earned six nods, while Adele, Harry Styles, and The Weeknd with five nods.