O.J. Simpson's parole hearing is scheduled for today at 1pm EST and multiple tv networks, including ESPN, will be airing the coverage live as it unfolds. You can also catch the footage from Nevada via live stream at the bottom of this post.

According to Emily Smith of Page Six, O.J. will appear in front of parole commissioners through a video call from Lovelock Correctional Center, where he has been serving a sentence for armed robbery and kidnapping after an incident with memorabilia dealers in Las Vegas.

NBC News' Andrew Blankstein and Daniella Silva, believe O.J. has a real shot at being released from prison.

O.J. has served nine years of the 33-year sentence he received for the burglary and kidnapping charges stemming from an armed robbery of sports memorabilia dealers in Las Vegas.

The 69-year old former NFL star was paroled, though not released, on some of the charges in 2013. He was previously acquitted for the murders of his ex-wife Nicole Brown Simpson and Ron Goldman in the infamous 1995 case.

Pending the results of Simpson's parole hearing this week he could be released as early as October of this year.

Check out the live stream footage below.