Watch George H.W. Bush Funeral: Live Stream, TV Channel, How to Watch Service at Washington National Cathedral

Millions of Americans are likely to tune-in to pay their respects to late President George H.W. Bush, who died last week. The 41st president's funeral is scheduled for Wednesday.

Watching Wednesday's services online should be quite simple. Nearly every major news broadcaster will be covering the funeral—you can online via NBC, ABC or CBS, for instance. For TV, it's just about the same—any of the major networks will have coverage. A live stream can also be watched below.

Memorial services have been ongoing all week, with the funeral in Washington D.C. Washington set to take place at the National Cathedral on Wednesday before Bush's body would be transported to Texas for separate services.

Remembrances for Bush have flooded in. President Donald Trump was expected to attend the funeral on Wednesday. Trump has spoken highly of the late president, despite his public spats with the Bush family.

"Looking forward to being with the Bush family," Trump tweeted Wednesday morning. "This is not a funeral, this is a day of celebration for a great man who has led a long and distinguished life. He will be missed!"

The funeral was scheduled to get underway at 11 a.m. EST. Every living president—Barack Obama, Bill Clinton, Jimmy Carter and, of course, Bush's son George W. Bush—were expected to be in attendance. World leaders such as German Chancellor Angela Merkel, Jordan's King Abdullah II and Charles, Prince of Wales, were also expected to be at the funeral to pay their respects.

George W. Bush was expected to deliver a eulogy at the funeral, as were former Canadian Prime Minister Brian Mulroney, former Senator Alan Simpson and author Jon Meacham, Bush's biographer.

"You'll see a lot of joy," Ron Kaufman, Bush's former White House political director, told Reuters about the funeral. "It'll show the way of life that people took for granted in many ways and now kind of long for."