TV's biggest night is less than a week away — The 66th Emmy Awards kick off live on NBC from the ceremony in Los Angeles on Monday, August 25, at 8 p.m. ET.


But for those of you without a TV, don't despair! There's still a way for you to be a part of the glitzy affair.

NBC and the Television Academy often live-stream the annual award show on their websites — NBC.com and Emmys.com — so check there first. No livestreaming site is public yet, but we're not ruling out the possibility!

Regardless of whether the show itself is livestreamed this year, the Television Academy has announced the return of the Emmys Backstage LIVE! second-screen experience, which will stream simultaneously on both NBC.com and Yahoo.

15 cameras set up around the Nokia Theatre will grant web viewers exclusive behind-the-scenes access as the golden trophies are doled out. You'll see celebs rub elbows in the Green Room, you'll see winners claim their prize at the trophy table, you'll see their Q&A in the press room, and you'll see presenters rehearse their bits at the producers' table.

Even better, you'll see the feeds from all 15 cameras in a grid, so you can switch between each view at any time.

See? Everybody wins.

Dan Clarendon is an assistant editor at Wetpaint Entertainment. Follow him on Twitter and Google+!