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The 93rd Academy Awards will honor the best films of the year — here’s how to watch live this Sunday to see all the winners

The 93rd Academy Awards will honor the best films of the year — here’s how to watch live this Sunday to see all the winners


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The 93rd Academy Awards will recognize some of the best films from 2020 and early 2021. The ceremony will be broadcast on April 25 at 8 p.m. ET from Union Station in Los Angeles, while the night’s performances will be held at the Dolby Theatre. You can watch the show live on ABC.

This year’s event has already made history with its nominations. “Minari” actor Steven Yeun is the first Asian-American ever nominated for a best actor Oscar. “Nomadland” director Chloé Zhao is the first woman of color to receive an Oscar nomination for best director. Zhao joins “Promising Young Woman” director Emerald Fennell in the category, making this the first year two women are simultaneously nominated for the award.

The 2021 Academy Awards will be the third Oscars ceremony in a row to be conducted without a host. The show will still loop in a number of celebrities to present categories, however, including Rita Moreno, Zendaya, Bryan Cranston, and Brad Pitt.

Unlike previous awards shows during the pandemic, most nominees will be attending the event in person rather than virtually, but venues will be set up in London and Paris for people outside the US.

Updated on 4/22/2021 by Ben Blanchet: This article has been completely revised with details for the 2021 Oscars.

How to watch the 2021 Oscars

The 2021 Oscars will be held on April 25 at 8 p.m. ET on ABC. The show is expected to wrap up around 11 p.m. ET. Prior to the ceremony, a pre-show will start at 6:30 p.m. ET.

You can watch the Oscars on ABC via cable, satellite, antenna, or any live streaming service with access to the channel. The show will also be streamed via and the ABC app. That said, ABC’s site and app both require you to sign in with an authenticated pay-TV provider.

Live streaming services with ABC

To watch the 2021 Oscars without cable, you can use one of several live TV streaming services with access to ABC, including Hulu + Live TV, YouTube TV, and Fubo TV.

All three services offer plans that start at $65 a month and include ABC in select markets. Hulu’s website, FuboTV’s website, and YouTube’s website all let you check to see what channels are available in your area.

Hulu + Live TV offers a total of around 65 channels, along with access to all of Hulu’s on-demand movies and shows. YouTube TV features around 85 channels, and Fubo TV’s base plan includes around 120 channels.

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Another way to stream ABC is with Locast, a non-profit app that offers free local channels in 31 markets. Although the streaming service will let you watch the Oscars for free, you’ll have to register for an account and donate at least $5 a month for uninterrupted viewing. Otherwise, a donation request will interrupt your streams every few minutes.

Streaming Subscription (small) What movies and performers are nominated for 2021 Oscars?

Eight movies are up for best picture this year, with Netflix’s “Mank” receiving the most nominations (10) of any film at the ceremony.

You can find a full list of 2021 Oscar nominations here, and we’ve compiled all the nominees in the four main categories below:

Best picture


Actress in a leading role

Actor in a leading role