Dolly Parton, Miley Cyrus and Ryan Seacrest: Your New Year's Eve guide to celebrating from the couch

Erin Jensen
USA TODAY

As 2022 winds down, New Year's Eve TV celebrations are turning up. 

If partying at home is preferable to braving frigid temperatures, ride-share surge prices, crowded clubs and bars and overbooked restaurants, worry not. We've got you covered! Festivities are bringing the music, star power and even tipsy hosts (fingers crossed), all of which you can enjoy from the comfort and joy (comfort and joy) of your own home.

You can make it your resolution to get out more next year – or not! Here's how to party with Dolly Parton, Miley Cyrus, Ryan SeacrestJimmie Allen and more. 

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Miley Cyrus and Dolly Parton will host “Miley’s New Year’s Eve Party” on NBC.

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Miley Cyrus and her godmother Dolly Parton will ring in the New Year from Miami for Cyrus' second NYE special, which she hosted last year with Pete Davidson

While Parton previously sang about her "9 to 5," her working hours will be a little later come Dec. 31. For the special, airing on NBC and streaming live on Peacock, she'll be working 10:30 p.m. to 12:30 a.m. EST. Musical acts and other guests have not yet been announced.

A more sober CNN celebration?

CNN's new CEO, Chris Licht has reportedly called for coverage with less booze. Variety says that during a November town hall, Licht expressed to staff "on-camera drinking eroded the credibility of CNN personnel and damaged the 'respectability' they may enjoy among viewers." 

So what does that mean for anchor Anderson Cooper, who typically indulges at the nudging of his pal, "Watch What Happens Live" host Andy Cohen?

Cohen told The Hollywood Reporter that nothing about their celebration will change.

"What (Chris Licht) said was that he didn’t want the correspondents out there drinking, but that he wanted Anderson and I to do our thing," Cohen told the outlet. "So I’m happy to do our thing. My only directive for years on CNN has been to have fun on New Year’s Eve, and that is absolutely what I plan to do." 

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Ryan Seacrest returns to host "Dick Clark's New Year's Rockin' Eve."

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The "Live with Kelly and Ryan" host returns to headline ABC's festivities, kicking off at 8 EST/PST. For "Dick Clark’s New Year’s Rockin’ Eve," Seacrest will be joined in Times Square by YouTube star Liza Koshy and singer Jessie James Decker. 

Tony winner Billy Porter will venture back to New Orleans to usher in the New Year. And singer Ciara will celebrate from Disneyland, the show's newest location, in pre-taped segments.

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

CBS is going to two-step into 2023. Country artists Jimmie Allen and Elle King and "Entertainment Tonight" correspondent Rachel Smith will host its second Nashville New Year, beginning at 8 EST/PST on CBS and Paramount+. 

Tune in for the performances from artists including Brooks & Dunn, Kelsea Ballerini, Little Big Town and the Zac Brown Band. 

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