Everything You Need To Know About The 2017 MTV Movie & TV Awards

It's all happening

Put on your binge-watching sweatpants, because the MTV Movie Awards now officially include television. The annual show recognizes unforgettable stories that come to life onscreen — plus the people who make the magic happen. This year, it all goes down Sunday, May 7 in Los Angeles, with a live broadcast starting at 8 p.m. ET.

This gives you ample time to catch up on all those shows and movies you kept meaning to watch but never got around to. It's now or never, my friend. When all your friends are raving about Beauty and the Beast or theorizing about Stranger Things, don't you want to add to the conversation? Ditch your excuses and get your binge-watch on. Then vote for your faves so they can take home MTV's Golden Popcorn award. (Though perhaps Eleven would prefer a Golden Eggo.)

Here's what you need to know before the big night. We'll be updating this page, so check back regularly for more news. See you soon!

  • Fast & Furious will drive home with the Generation Award.

    Rev your engines for Fast & Furious, the first franchise to win the Generation Award, one of the night's biggest honors. After eight explosive movies, the cast deserves it. Vin Diesel will accept the award with support from costars Michelle Rodriguez, Tyrese Gibson, and Jordana Brewster.

  • The nominations are here, so get to the polls.

    Jordan Peele's Get Out leads the pack with six noms, followed by Beauty and the Beast with four. As for TV, Stranger Things and Game of Thrones are killin' it with four and three noms, respectively. Golden Popcorn would go well with the Iron Throne, if you ask me.

  • Drumroll, please ... your host is Adam Devine!
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    At last year's awards show, Devine sloppily made out with his Pitch Perfect costar Rebel Wilson onstage. Now he's hosting the whole damn night. How on earth is he going to outdo himself? Stay tuned.

  • Buckle up for Camila Cabello, Pitbull, and J Balvin's 'Hey Ma' performance.

    The music video for "Hey Ma," off The Fate of the Furious soundtrack, really turns up the heat. Camila Cabello, Pitbull, and J Balvin will bring that same fire when they hit the road stage for the song's first televised performance.

  • Zara Larsson, All Time Low, and Bea Miller will perform beforehand for lucky fans.

    The party actually kicks off hours before the awards show. Zara Larsson, All Time Low, and Bea Miller are rocking the stage at MTV's Movie & TV Awards Festival, which takes place from 2 to 5 p.m. PT next to the red carpet. Hosts Terrence J and MTV News correspondent Gaby Wilson will be chatting with celebs as they arrive at Shrine Auditorium. Admission is first-come, first-served, but if you can't make it to Los Angeles, catch the live stream on

Be sure to tune in for the big show at 8 p.m. ET on May 7, 2017. Vote for your faves here and keep checking MTV News for updates leading up to the 2017 MTV Movie & TV Awards.