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It's time to ring in the new year and although, we refuse to believe it's already 2023, we love any excuse for a celebration. Between starting your resolutions of saving money early by making cocktails at home or making sure you can do every New Year superstition from the comfort of your own home, we can't wait to ring in 2023. So, if you're opting to watch the ball drop from your couch, here's a rundown of all the television programs perfect for leading you into the new year!
Dick Clark's New Year's Rockin' Eve with Ryan Seacrest
Eighteen-time host, Ryan Seacrest, is returning to Times Square's iconic countdown along with co-hosts Liza Koshy and Jessie James Decker. With a special Disney twist, this year's broadcast will take fans from coast to coast as singer Ciara takes over hosting duties live from Disneyland for 100 Years of Wonder Celebration. The party doesn't stop there either. New Year's Rockin' Eve is taking the party down to the Big Easy as Billy Porter hosts live from New Orleans and actress Roselyn Sanchez takes the reins live from Puerto Rico.
Country Living caught up with singer Jessie James Decker right after releasing her new duet "I Still Love You" and before the big night where she'll make a lucky person's dreams come true by awarding them with a $1 million prize. She mentioned that although her family will be watching from back home, she's excited for this year's lineup, especially Aly & AJ and Dove Cameron. "I love doing this every year. It's honestly something I look forward to," she said. "It's the most classic New Year's show there is so I always feel so grateful to be part of it."
New Year's Eve Live: Nashville's Big Bash
Broadcasting live from Music City, country music fans are in for a treat (a five-hour long one to be more specific). Hosts Jimmie Allen, Elle King and Rachel Smith are ringing in 2023 the best way they know how: with music! Featuring a lineup consisting of 50 performances that include Flo-Rida, Zac Brown Band, Luke Bryan, and more, you're going to need your favorite dancing shoes for the new year.
Miley's New Year's Eve Party
Miley Cyrus and Dolly Parton...on one stage...together...in Miami? Say less! The Hannah Montana star debuted her New Year's party last year on NBC and due to its success, she's back for a second year along with the newly appointed Rock & Roll Hall of Fame star who also happens to be her godmother. With musical performances from the hosts, Sia, Rae Sremmurd and more, we have no doubt that the show is going to entertain us all the way into the new year.
New Year's Eve Live
News anchor Anderson Cooper and Bravo's Andy Cohen are back to their December 31st shenanigans live from NYC's Times Square. After the network announced that the hosts are no longer allowed to drink alcohol during the broadcast, needless to say fans weren't too thrilled, but knowing Anderson and Andy's personalities, they won't need much liquid courage to bring all the laughs into 2023. Viewers can also look forward to appearances from celebrities like Usher, Ellie Goulding, and Kevin Hart throughout the night.
But, wait! There's more...
The party doesn't end there. These are just a handful of programs to get you ready to ring in the new year. Other broadcasts to count you down to 2023, include:
NBC's A Toast to 2022 beginning at 8PM ET followed by Miley's New Year's Eve Party
Fox News Channel's All-American New Year 2023 beginning at 10PM ET with a pre-show special beginning at 9PM ET
Meta's The Shaq'tacular Spectacular available for viewing on Meta Quest TV and Shaq's social pages
Univision's Asì Sonó El 2022 and Feliz 2023 beginning at 8PM ET
PBS's United in Song 2022: Ringing in the New Year beginning at 8PM ET followed by an encore performance at 9:30
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