With New Year's Eve on a Saturday (meaning even more drunks than usual racing from party to party), plus super-spreader risks and lots of scary weather, we expect more than a few of you will be staying in for the big ball drop. Not to worry, though—we've got you covered with a list of NYE media entertainment you can enjoy from the safety of your living room. As for us, we expect to pass out sometime around 9:30.

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

Beginning at 5pm PT on 12/31, NYE mascot Ryan Seacrest and co-host Liza Koshy will take over Times Square with performances by Duran Duran, New Edition, j-hope and Jax. These will be interspersed with segments beamed from around the globe featuring such artists as Farruko, Billy Porter, Dove Cameron, FINNEAS and Wiz Khalifa. West Coast musical guests (coming to you from Disneyland) will include Aly & AJ, Ciara, Fitz & the Tantrums and Halle Bailey. Tune in to ABC to watch the big ball drop. And for a more gradual ball drop, tune into the rest of our lives.

New Year's Eve Live: Nashville's Big Bash

This Music City extravaganza will be hosted by Elle King, Jimmie Allen and Entertainment Tonight's Rachel Smith. Starting at 5pm PT on CBS, the event will boast a batch of fresh collaborations, including the aforementioned Allen and Flo Rida, Kelsea Ballerini and Wynonna Judd, Sheryl Crow and Ashley McBryde, Steve Miller and King Calaway, Thomas Rhett and Riley Green and Zac Brown Band with The War and Treaty.

CMT’s Cody Alan and WCBSLonnie Quinn will go live from NYC for the Times Square ball drop before the Nashville crowd rings in the New Year in Central Time. Jason Aldean, Darius Rucker and Luke Bryan are among the slew of other acts expected to hit the stage throughout the evening. The special will stream on Paramount+ as well. Jack Sussman will be toasting the fact that we won't be there.

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SiriusXM Rings in 2023 With Sam Smith, Lizzo, Phish, Grandmaster Flash and More

SiriusXM plans to ring in 2023 with a series of curated channels, special takeovers and live broadcasts. Starting at 5pm PT on 12/31, the satellite giant will close out the year with its Unholy New Year’s Eve 2023 special live from Miami with HITS 1’s Mack and co-host Sam Smith. Lizzo, Charlie Puth, Halsey, One Republic, Cardi B, 5SOS, Avril Lavigne and Chainsmokers will be on hand. Phish Radio will broadcast live coverage of the jam band's annual Madison Square Garden show on 12/31 at 3pm PT.

On New Year's Day, Grandmaster Flash will host a 12-hour special dubbed "The Grandmaster Flash Quik-Mix Theory DJ Marathon" on LL COOL J's Rock the Bells channel. Expect rare mixes from fellow hip-hop legends DJ Jazzy Jeff, Mannie Fresh, Mix Master Mike, Pete Rock and more. The boom bap begins at 9am PT.

The Lizzo Channel will include music from the Grammy darling as well as selections by Beyoncé, Prince, Rihanna, JAY-Z, Missy Elliott, Lauryn Hill, 21 Savage, Cardi B, SZA and more, all chosen by the outlet's namesake.

Roll the Dice on Las Vegas Countdown to 2023

Chris Isaak, Kenny Loggins, Blue Man Group, Belinda Carlisle, Usher and Keith Urban will join the revels on KLAS-TV's 29th Annual Las Vegas Countdown to 2023 live from the Palms Casino and Resort in Sin City. Also appearing: Yachtley Crew (pictured), known in some circles as The Titans of Soft Rock. And by "some circles," we mean the shipboard cabin of manager Andy Gould.

Beginning at 8:58pm PT on 12/31, the syndicated program will air in 14 Nexstar markets, including San Francisco, Denver and Portland; as the real publications like to say, check local listings. Please note: Andy will not be sharing his champagne, as it’s a rare vintage.