Another Tony Awards is behind us, with the 76th Annual ceremony held June 11 at United Palace in Washington Heights. Kimberly Akimbo and Leopoldstadt emerged as the season's most-winning musical and play—see the full list of winners here.
You're reading Playbill, so it's probably safe to assume you watched the ceremony live last night. But any Broadway fan knows that another Tony Awards means another broadcast full of fabulous performances to re-watch again and again, so here's how to stream the 2023 Tony Awards on demand. (And, if you didn't get to catch the ceremony live, don't worry—we'll never tell.)
The Tony Awards: Act One, hosted by Skylar Astin and Julianne Hough, is available to stream on demand where it premiered live, PlutoTV.
As for the main awards ceremony, the three-hour CBS broadcast, full of performances and emotional acceptance speeches, is available to stream on demand for Paramount+ users here. If you don't have a Paramount+ subscription, they offer a seven-day free trial. Past broadcasts have also eventually become available for on demand purchase via Amazon Prime Video and iTunes, so keep an eye out for that, too.
You can also always catch up on all of the evening's performances via YouTube. Playbill has collected all of those here.
Visit Playbill.com/Tonys to get caught up with all our coverage of the 2023 Tony Awards.