If you're planning to ring in 2015 from the comfort of your couch tonight, then good: It means you'll have a front row seat for the best New Year's Eve party that you can attend in your best pair of lazy pants.
MTV's New Year's Eve 2015 will broadcast live tonight from Times Square, where Victoria Justice and "Guy Code"'s Charlamagne will host a countdown to the new year, while comedians from "Girl Code" and "Guy Code" stop by to reminisce about the best and most memorable moments from 2014... also known 'round these parts as The Year of the Booty.
Our party kicks off at 11pm ET. But if you're considering your options and wondering what other, lesser New Year's Eve parties might be airing on TV tonight, we've got you covered. Here's what's happening:
Dick Clark's New Year's Rockin' Eve with Ryan Seacrest
Ryan Seacrest will be joined by Jenny McCarthy and Fergie for ABC's New Year's Eve countdown -- which ends with a performance by Taylor Swift, of course.
New Year's Eve with Carson Daly
Those old enough to remember Carson's stint as host of MTV's Total Request Live can tune in to NBC and enjoy the nostalgia of seeing him host the network's NYE party featuring performances by Tony Bennett, Lady Gaga, Seth MacFarlane, Blake Shelton, Gwen Stefani and Pharrell Williams.
New Year's Eve Live with Anderson Cooper and Kathy Griffin
When Cooper and Griffin team up for CNN's New Year's countdown, anything can happen... and probably will.
Pitbull's New Year's RevolutionGetty Images
Fifth Harmony and others will perform at Fox's New Year's party, live from Miami.
"The Walking Dead" New Year's MarathonAMC
If you'd rather avoid the spectacle of flying confetti and dropping balls altogether, this is as good a time as any to tune into AMC's back-to-back-to-back (x infinity) showings of every episode of "The Walking Dead," which will not only fill the final hours of your new year but also get you several days deep into 2015! The last available episode (the mid-season finale of Season 5) airs at 5:00am on Saturday, January 3.
King Julien's On-Demand New Year's CountdownNetflix
Although Netflix designed this video for use by parents who want to trick their children into going to bed before midnight on New Year's Eve, there's no reason why you can't use it to ring in the new year early and then go to bed at a sensible hour, where you will be fast asleep long before the first hard-partying revelers start to puke on their shoes.