Seniors may have missed out on the last several weeks of classes and a traditional graduation ceremony, but the upcoming virtual commencement special Graduate Together: America Honors the High School Class Of 2020 is here instead to recognize this year's graduates and share some positive words in celebration of their achievements by a number of special guests.
Though students won't be walking down the aisle during the special, they will be treated to a collection of musical performances, inspirational vignettes, and other commencement messages from special guests and celebrities, including former President Barack Obama and First Lady Michelle Obama. While it's not the ceremony students expected, it's certainly one to be remembered.
The Graduate Together: America Honors the High School Class Of 2020 is hosted by the LeBron James Family Foundation in collaboration with the XQ Institute and the Entertainment Industry Foundation Partner. Along with Lebron himself, other special guests include the Jonas Brothers, Bad Bunny, H.E.R, Lena Waithe, Pharrell Williams, Malala Yousafzai, David Dobrik, Maren Morris, Zendaya, Olivia Wilde, and Liza Koshy, among others.
Graduate Together: Class of 2020 special: When & where
Graduate Together: America Honors the High School Class Of 2020 is a one-hour, commercial-free show you'll be able to watch on more than 30 broadcast and cable networks and online streaming channels. The show begins at 8 p.m. EST on Saturday, May 16. You can catch it airing live on channels such as ABC, CBS, Fox, and NBC, as well as streaming on Hulu, The Roku Channel, CBS All Access (opens in new tab), YouTube, and more.
How to stream Graduate Together live in the U.S.
One of the channels airing the Graduate Together: America Honors the High School Class Of 2020 special is ABC News Live, which happens to be streaming live on Hulu even with its most affordable base plan. Hulu with Live TV normally starts at $55 per month, though ABC News Live is the one channel you can receive with a base Hulu plan starting as low as $5.99 per month.
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How to watch Graduate Together live from anywhere
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