As you may have heard, President Trump will not attend the 2017 White House correspondents’ dinner on Saturday night. However, the traditional elements of the evening remain the same — a red carpet, followed by dinner and scholarship award presentations, capped off with a speech by a comedian.  (This year, it’s “The Daily Show” correspondent Hasan Minhaj.) Here’s how to watch on TV and online:

When does it start and when does it end? 

The red carpet starts around 5 p.m.; The Washington Post will have a red carpet feed on Facebook Live. Typically, everyone heads into the dinner around 7 p.m. — the awards and speeches kick off at 9:30 p.m., and everything wraps at approximately 11 p.m.

Where can I watch it? 

C-SPAN’s coverage will start at 9:30 p.m. You can also watch the whole thing on C-SPAN’s live stream on YouTube. The Washington Post will also have a live stream.

CNN, Fox News and MSNBC will air portions of the dinner throughout the night, and also provide coverage of President Trump’s rally in Pennsylvania, scheduled to start at 7:30 p.m.

What if I miss it? 

Never fear! C-SPAN will re-air the entire event at midnight.

Isn’t there some sort of Samantha Bee show happening … ?

Indeed. At 10 p.m., TBS will air Bee’s “Not the White House correspondents’ dinner,” which is raising money for the Committee to Protect Journalists. If you don’t have cable, the entire broadcast will stream on Twitter at 11 p.m. (With a red carpet special at 9 p.m.) Details are a secret, but Bee says it is not a Trump roast, like some have assumed. “But this really is, for us, a celebration of the journalism that makes our show possible,” she told Vulture. “So we are just here to celebrate the freedom of the press, for as long as we have it.”

Comedian Michelle Wolf will have the odd task of roasting an empty chair in President Trump's absence. (Nicki DeMarco/The Washington Post)