It's almost time for Donald Trump's second State of the Union address to begin.
The speech was delayed by a week as a result of the recent federal government shutdown, when House of Representatives Speaker Nancy Pelosi disinvited the POTUS from the chambers until the government was reopened. Originally slated for Tuesday, Jan. 29, the State of the Union address will now air on Tuesday, Feb. 5.
Donald Trump has said that the theme of his second State of the Union address will be "unity," and Democrats are also pushing a message of solidarity, with plans for congresswomen on both sides of the aisle to wear white as a showing of support for one another. Following Trump's speech, Georgia's former gubernatorial candidate Stacey Abrams will deliver the Democrats' response to the SOTU.
In addition to streaming the event live via the embedded NBC News window above, here's how to watch the 2019 State of the Union live.
ABC News will kick off its coverage of the State of the Union address and the Democratic response at 9/8c, with George Stephanopoulos anchoring the broadcast, as David Muir, Martha Raddatz, Jonathan Karl, Cecilia Vega, Pierre Thomas, Terry Morgan, Mary Bruce, Matthew Dowd, Cokie Roberts, Meghan McCain, Donna Brazile and former New Jersey Gov. Chris Christie join in to offer analysis. Digital coverage will also be available on ABC News and FiveThirtyEight, starting at 8:30/7:30c, with Devin Dwyer leading up the live-streamed show. ABC News Radio will also cover the SOTU live, and the network's "Start Here" podcast will feature additional commentary on the morning of Wednesday, Feb. 6. ABC News One will also air coverage of the president's speech, with Stephanie Ramos, Serena Marshall and Mona Kosar Abdi corresponding live from Washington.
CBS News will air the SOTU live on the CBS Television Network, starting at 9/8c. CBS Evening News anchor Jeff Glor will be joined by Face the Nation's Margaret Brennan as well correspondents Nancy Cordes, Major Garrett, Nikole Killion and Ed O'Keefe during the coverage. Ahead of the broadcast, CBS News will also feature several hours of preparatory coverage and commentary on CBS This Morning and CBS Evening News with Jeff Glor. CBSN will also feature special coverage on its live stream, starting at 5/4c with a SOTU-centered installment of Red & Blue. For radio listeners, CBS Radio will also begin its coverage at 9/8c.
C-SPAN's coverage of the State of the Union address will launch live at 8/7c on broadcast and online as well as via the C-SPAN Radio App. C-SPAN will feature Abrams' response to the SOTU address live following Trump's speech.
CNN's special coverage of the SOTU and Abram's response will begin at 8/7c, with Anderson Cooper, Wolf Blitzer, Jake Tapper, Dana Bash and Chris Cuomo all on hand to anchor. The coverage will also be available online at CNN.com and via the CNNgo apps.
Fox News will begin its coverage of the POTUS' address and the Democrats' response starting at 8:55/7:55c, with Bret Baier and Martha MacCallum as co-anchors and Chris Wallace, Laura Ingraham, Dana Perino, Juan Williams and Bret Hume on hand to analyze the speech. Correspondents John Roberts and Mike Emanuel will also report live from Washington. Meanwhile, FOX will air separate coverage at 9/8c, with Shepard Smith as anchor and A.B. Stoddard and Kristin Fisher as on-site correspondents. Streaming coverage will also be available online and via Fox News Radio.
MSNBC's coverage of the State of the Union address will be co-anchored by Rachel Maddow and Brian Williams starting at 8/7c. Fellow show hosts Nicolle Wallace, Ari Melber, Chris Matthews, Chris Hayes, Lawrence O'Donnell and Joy Reid, as well as network contributor Eugene Robinson, will be joining in on the commentary. MSNBC will also continue coverage of the SOTU after its completion with two special segments hosted by Matthews and Melber, starting at 12/11c.
NBC will begin its coverage of the SOTU at 9/8c with Lester Holt, Savannah Guthrie and Chuck Todd leading the network's coverage live from 30 Rock in New York City. NBCNews.com/SOTU will also feature coverage of the speech and Abrams' response, with a live-streams of the network's special report and NBC News Digital's program, which will be hosted by Ali Velshi.
PBS NewsHour will also offer primetime coverage of the SOTU, starting at 9/8c, with Judy Woodruff anchoring, with in-studio guests that include columnist Mark Shields, Amy Walter, MoveOn's Karine Jean-Pierre, Chris Buskirk and ethics expert Peter Wehner. Correspondents Yamiche Alcindor and Lisa Desjardins will also report live from Washington, and The Washington Post's Robert Costa will also contribute. This coverage will be available online at pbs.org/newshour, and NewsHour will also release a podcast of commentary and analysis on Wednesday, Feb. 6.
Noticias Telemundo will also broadcast its coverage, Trump, the State of the Union, starting at 9/8c, with anchor José Díaz-Balart leading the coverage. Former congressman Carlos Curbelo, former Obama Administration Secretary of Labor Hilda Solis and Telemundo correspondent Lori Montenegro will also offer commentary during the show. The network will offer simultaneous translation of the speech into Spanish via its livestream at NoticiasTelemundo.com.