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Royal Wedding Viewer Guide: Where to Watch

Have you heard? There is some sort of wedding happening tomorrow.

Yes, the broadcast and cable news organizations are all planning coverage of the Royal Wedding between Prince William and Kate Middleton tomorrow morning, with most beginning at 4 AM.

TVNewser will be liveblogging the coverage starting at 4, so if you want to follow along, find out about all the coverage plans below.

Broadcast:

NBC: Coverage starts at 4 AM ET, led by Matt Lauer, Meredith Vieira, Brian Williams, Al Roker, Natalie Morales and Ann Curry from London. More coverage plans here.

ABC: Coverage starts at 4 AM ET, led by Diane Sawyer and Barbara Walters from London. More coverage plans here.

CBS: Coverage starts at 4 AM ET, led by Katie Couric and Erica Hill from London. More coverage plans here.

Univision: Coverage starts at 3 AM ET, led by Chiquinquirá Delgado, Raúl González and Marián de la Fuente.

Cable News:

Fox News: Coverage starts at 4 AM ET, led by Shepard Smith and Martha MacCallum from London. More coverage plans here.

MSNBC: Coverage starts at 3 AM ET, led by Martin Bashir, Chris Jansing, Joe Scarborough, Mika Brzezinski and Willie Geist. More coverage plans here.

CNN: Coverage starts at 4 AM ET, led by Anderson Cooper, Piers Morgan, Richard Quest, Kiran Chetry and Cat Deeley. More coverage plans here.

HLN: Coverage starts at 6 AM ET, led by Robin Meade, Lisa Vanderpump and Brooke Anderson. More coverage plans here.

BBC America: Will simulcast BBC One’s coverage of the wedding starting at 6 AM ET. More coverage plans here.

Other:

E! and TLC will also be covering the leadup to the wedding in the wee hours of the morning.

Remember to check back here tomorrow morning at 4 AM (Editors note: UGH, so early!) for our liveblog.

Cheerio!

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