Vanessa Hudgens will host the 90-minute, end-of-year special on Sunday Dec. 6 at 8 p.m. ET/PT.
Because of the coronavirus, we won't be getting the traditional 2020 MTV Movie & TV Awards this year, but that doesn't mean we can't look back at the best moments in past pop culture! In lieu of a normal awards show, on Dec. 6, the network is putting on the MTV Movie & TV Awards: Greatest of All Time special, hosted by Vanessa Hudgens.
The 90-minute special will honor major moments in movies and TV from the 1980s until now, feature appearances from yet-to-be-named guests, and honor "GOATs" across several categories, including Scream Queen, Legendary Lip Lock, Dance Your A** Off, Heartbreaking Break-Up, Comedy Giant, Zero to Hero, She-Ro, and Dynamic Duo.
Additionally, the late Chadwick Boseman, star of Black Panther, activist and role model, will be awarded the Hero for the Ages honor, recognizing on-screen heroism "only surpassed by the true hero they were off-screen."
Here's everything you need to know on how to watch the first-of-its-kind show.
When is the MTV Movie & TV Awards: Greatest of All Time special? Hudgens will host the event, airing on Sunday, Dec. 6 at 8 p.m. ET/PT.
How to watch: The show will air on MTV and on MTV.com or the network's app. MTV is also available on a number of live TV streaming services, including Philo, fuboTV, AT&T TV Now, YouTube TV and Sling TV with the Entertainment package.
Who's presenting: Sabrina Carpenter and Chelsea Handler are among the presenters for the show, ET exclusively revealed on Friday. Other announced presenters include Maddie Ziegler, Neve Campbell, Jacob Bertrand, Sofia Carson, Lily Collins, Derek Hough, Peyton List, Xolo Maridueña and David Spade. Meanwhile, Boseman's Marvel counterparts Don Cheadle and Robert Downey Jr. will present the late star's Hero for the Ages honor.
Who's performing? Sia is set to perform, as well as Steve Aoki with Travis Barker.
Anything else to know? ET can exclusively reveal that during the awards show on Sunday, MTV will debut exclusive clips from Warner Bros. Pictures' Wonder Woman 1984, as well as Netflix's Never Have I Ever season 2 and the new film Music from Sia.
That's about everything you need to know ahead of the decades-spanning movies and TV celebration!
Meanwhile, watch the video below for the biggest moments from last year's MTV Movie & TV Awards.