On Monday night (June 18), MTV returns with its 27th annual Movie and TV Awards, a star-studded event honoring the best in film and television from the last year. Before you can watch in its full glory, though, there are a few details you may need to get out of the way. Like, for example, what time it's on, who's performing, how can you stream it if you're a ~millennial~ cord cutter, and so on.

If you haven't been breathlessly following every update about the show, we've got you covered: Below, an easy guide to all your burning questions.

What Time Is It On?

8 p.m. ET. (Though it's not live— the show was pre-taped on Saturday, June 16).

How Can You Stream?

MTV will live-stream the entire thing on its website. Those with cable and satellite subscriptions can also watch online via any of MTV's family of channels, as well as BET, Comedy Central, Spike, and TV Land.

Who's Hosting?

Tiffany Haddish, Girls Trip star, originator of the Beyoncé-biter story, and gift to us all.

Who's Performing?

Nick Jonas will perform with DJ Mustard, as will Beyoncé signees/Grown-ish stars Chloe x Halle.

Who Else Will Be There?

Presenters and attendees include Kristen Bell, Common, Michael B. Jordan, Mila Kunis, Lady Gaga, Gina Rodriguez, Seth Rogen, and Zendaya.

Anything Else I Need to Know?

That pretty much covers it! You can see the full list of nominees here.

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