How to watch the Oscars 2023

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Premiere date: March 12 at 8 p.m. ET/5 p.m. PT 

Award season is upon us and the final boss is here. 

The 2023 Academy Awards are right around the corner, and there’s a lot to look forward to — and dread. From more celebratory feats including Everything Everywhere All At Once absolutely dominating this year, to more grim losses including a snubs list that painfully overlooks Black talent, to what everyone’s probably looking forward to the most — how the hell are they going to address last year’s slap?

It’s safe to say this year’s Oscars are going to be interesting. 

While we all anxiously wait for the fateful day, here’s everything you need to know about where to stream the Oscars in the meantime. 

How can I watch the 2023 Oscars? 

The 2023 Academy Awards will be available to stream online through in a new tab) and the ABC app(Opens in a new tab). If you’re also subscribed to Hulu Live(Opens in a new tab), YoutubeTV(Opens in a new tab), FuboTV(Opens in a new tab), or AT&T TV, the ceremony will also be available to stream on there. 

Who is hosting Oscars this year? 

Taking the gig for a third time, Jimmy Kimmel will be this year’s Oscars host. If we can expect anything from Kimmel, it’s a slew of questionably funny or downright face-palm-worthy jokes. So here’s to hoping he doesn’t repeat that trash Emmys moment. 


Jimmy Kimmel has apologized to Quinta Brunson for hijacking her Emmy win

Who are 2023’s Oscars nominees? 

Everything Everywhere All At Once is joyously taking the lead this year with 11 Oscar nominations including Best Picture, Best Director (Daniel Kwan and Daniel Scheinert), Best Supporting Actress (Stephanie Hsu and Jamie Lee Curtis), Best Supporting Actor (Ke Huy Quan), and Best Lead Actress (Michelle Yeoh). 

Other big pictures also nominated include TÁR, The Banshees of Inisherin, Avatar: The Way of Water, All Quiet on the Western Front, Elvis, and Top Gun: Maverick.

This year’s Oscars is also a year of firsts with a pool of nominees enjoying their first-ever Oscar nomination. From Austin Butler (Elvis) to Paul Mescal (Aftersun), to the more criminally overlooked Brendan Fraser (The Whale), there’s bound to be a lot of happy tears shed this year. 

To stream the 2023 Academy Awards, subscribe to any of the streaming services below. All are currently offering a free trial. 

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