The 2017 MTV Movie and TV Awards—yep, the annual event now includes television shows—airs tonight (Sunday, May 7) and promises to be quite a party. In addition to funnyman Adam Devine hosting, presenters include Amy Schumer, Zac Efron, Hailee Steinfeld and the cast of 13 Reasons Why, while Big Sean, Noah Cyrus, Pitbull, and Camila Cabello are among the performers.
In addition to (finally) getting with the program and recognizing TV shows, the awards show made another big change this year: gender-neutrality. This means instead of breaking nominees out by sex, nominees will go head to head in their respective categories (Mandy Moore of This Is Us and Atlanta‘s Donald Glover are both up for Best Actor in a Show, for example.) A relevant move that places actors on the same plane and takes gender politics out of the equation, allowing performances to speak for themselves.
MTV also updated its legendary Best Fight Award to Best Fight Against the System, which will celebrate the film or TV show that made the biggest sociopolitical impact in 2016.
Don’t worry: The broadcast’s signature categories like Best Kiss, Best Villian, and Best Tearjerker will still be handed out, though now they’ll be separated by movies and TV shows, and the MTV Generation Award is still alive and well (and going to the cast of the Fast and Furious franchise.) The Golden Popcorn award is also back, with a slight upgrade:
As for how to watch the show, you can tune into MTV at 8 p.m. EST (there will be standard tape delay on the west coast), or watch the show on Spike, Comedy Central, VH1, BET, TV Land, MTV2, and MTV Classic. If you choose to watch online at MTV.com, you’ll need a TV provider and a subscription login. And for a full list of the nominees, head right here.