On May 19, the world will be watching the royal wedding of Harry and Meghan. The networks will carry all the pomp and circumstance live, and leading up to and following the big event, there are many royal shows to get us all in the mood.

On E! the festivities begin with a roster of royal, pop culture and style experts — including Karamo Brown (“Queer Eye”) and Michelle Lee (editor-in-chief, Allure Magazine) — discussing the lifestyle, fashion and weddings of three amazing women: Princess Diana of Wales, Duchess of Cambridge Kate Middleton, and Meghan Markle. E!’s royal wedding special “The Real Princess Diaries: From Diana to Meghan” premieres on May 7.

E! Chief News Correspondent and royal expert, Melanie Bromley, will be doing comprehensive reporting from the U.K. the week leading up to the wedding, kicking off May 14th on “E! News.”

Melanie Bromley, Giuliana Rancic and Brad Goreski will be live in Windsor with five hours on “E! Live From the Royal Wedding,” airing May 19. “E! Royal Wedding Rundown” will air May 19 following the ceremonies.

Hallmark Channel is in full royal mode on May 19 with several regal movies. First is the bride herself, Meghan Markle in the 2016 movie “Dater’s Handbook.” This is not a royal-themed story, but having Markle start the festivities sets the stage for the rest of the day’s films: “Royal Matchmaker,” “Once Upon a Prince,” “Royal Hearts,” and the world premiere of “Royally Ever After.”

PBS begins coverage on May 14 with its Royal Wedding Watch. Every weeknight it will air a series of programs leading up to the big day on Saturday. These five shows will culminate in the broadcast of the wedding.

And, if you want to get more royal stories, there are plenty of movies that have been on the market. Start hunting them down now to binge watch these films about real and fictional royals:

“Diana” (2013)

“Diana and I”

“Diana: 7 Days” (2017)

“Diana, Our Mother: Her Life and Legacy” (2017)

“Diana: A Tribute to the People’s Princess” (1998)

“Diana: Last Days of a Princess” (2007)

“The Murder of Princess Diana” (2007)

“The Queen” (2006)

“The Royal Romance of Charles and Diana” (1982)

“The Story of Diana”

“Charles and Diana: Unhappily Ever After” (1992)

“Diana: Her True Story” (1993)

“William and Kate” (2011)

“William & Catherine: A Royal Romance” (2011)

“Prince William” (2002)

“Prince William and Kate: The Royal Romance” (2011)

“The King’s Speech” (2010)

“The Prince and Me” (2004)

“Royal Wedding” (1951)

“Roman Holiday” (1953)

“A Royal Night Out (2015)

Currently available on Netflix:

“The Crown”

“The Royals”

“The Royal House of Windsor”

“Elizabeth at 90”

“Young Victoria”

“Prince Philip”

“The Windsors”

“Edward VIII: The Nazi King”