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How To Stream New Year's Eve TV Specials & Bring In 2017 The Right Way

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Every year millions of people make there way to Times Square to see the ball drop as they bring in the New Year. Although that's great for them, the rest of us would much rather celebrate the New Year in the comfort of ours, or someone else's, warm home. So each year friends and family gather around the TV to bring in the New Year with some entertainment programs and champagne. However, with modern technology, many people will turn to the internet to find those New Year's Eve specials instead of watching them on TV. So how can you stream New Year's Eve TV specials? Well, thankfully there are various specials available to you and there'll all online.

While Dick Clark's New Year's Rockin' Eve with Ryan Seacrest continues to reign when it comes to New Year's Eve programming, there seems to be more and more different New Year's Eve specials to watch each year. Carson Daly and Pitbull have thrown their hats in the ring for best New Year's Eve productions, and it seems there's something available for just about everyone. Each special has it's own list of celebrity guests and performers and no matter which one you watch, you'll definitely be entertained.

Dick Clark's New Year's Rockin' Eve with Ryan Seacrest

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If you have a cable subscription you can log into ABC.com and watch the live TV stream. Just tune at 10 p.m. ET to watch the show. It's really that easy.

Late Night With Seth Meyers

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Although the late night host won't be there with you to bring in the New Year, he will have a special episode at 10 p.m. ET that you can watch on NBC.com with a cable subscription.

New Year's Eve With Carson Daly

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Carson Daly will take over New Year's Eve duties on NBC at 11:30 p.m. ET, which can also be streamed on NBC.com with a cable subscription.

Pitbull's New Year's Revolution

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Then, of course, you can always ring in the New Year with Pitbull, Queen Latifah, and Snoop Dog in Miami by watching this special on Fox.com. All you need is a cable subscription, some working Wi-Fi and you're good to go. So go forth and may the streaming gods be with you!