Hairspray Live! airs tonight at 8:00 P.M. ET/7:00 P.M. CT on NBC, with a star-studded cast. Maddie Baillio has been cast as the lead, is surrounded by big names such as Harvey Fierstein, Jennifer Hudson, Ariana Grande, and Derek Hough. Craig Zadan and Neil Meron are producers of the project.
Hairspray Live! is tonight’s live musical adaptation of the 2002 Broadway musical Hairspray, which is based on the 1988 film of the same name. In 1960s Baltimore, Tracy Turnblad’s dream is to dance on The Corny Collins Show. Her dream becomes a reality when she earns a place on the show and becomes a celebrity overnight. Tracy’s mother Edna encourages Tracy along with her friends to introduce her campaign to integrate the all-white Corny Collins Show. Two songs that were written for the 2007 film will be included in Hairspray Live!: “Ladies’ Choice” and “Come So Far (Got So Far to Go).” The songs “The Big Dollhouse” and “The New Girl in Town” from the stage production are not in the television version.
If you’re hoping to watch the show online tonight and cannot get to a television, we have all the info on how to live stream the show, Hairspray Live! below!
Hairspray Live! Viewing Details
Date: Wednesday, December 7, 2016
Time: 8:00 P.M. EST
Starring: Jennifer Hudson, Ariana Grande
Live Stream: NBC Live Website
How To Live Stream Hairspray Live! Online
You can live stream tonight’s airing of Hairspray Live! on the official NBC website. Click here for the NBC stream. If it’s your first time streaming on NBC, you’ll get a free 45-minute preview before you’re forced to “verify” using cable login information. When you click “Verify Now,” you’ll be forced to sign in with a cable provider log in. You must have access to a cable package that includes NBC programming.
How To Live Stream Hairspray Live! On Your Phone
How To Live Stream Hairspray Live! Without a Cable Subscription
NBC’s live broadcast is available through Sling TV, an online streaming service that provides select channels for a monthly fee. Sling’s Blue package, which includes NBC, costs $25 a month but offers a free 7-day trial.