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After three years of hostless ceremonies, the Oscars return with not one, but a trio of hosts. Regina Hall, Amy Schumer and Wanda Sykes will co-host the 94th Academy Awards, which will air live on ABC on Sunday, March 27 at 5 p.m. PT/8 p.m. ET.
Films with the most Oscar nominations include The power of the dog (which has 12 names), Dunes (10 recognitions), Belfast and West Side Story (seven nominations each) and King Richard (six names). Joining these movies in the best picture category are Apple + TV CODAby Netflix Don’t look up, drive my car, Licorice Pizza and alley of nightmares.
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Broadcast live from the Dolby Theater in Hollywood, the event will be broadcast live with American Sign Language interpretation on the Academy’s YouTube channel for viewers who are deaf or hard of hearing, marking a first for the ceremony. The program includes the first live performance of Encanto“We’re Not Talking About Bruno” and four of the five nominated songs will be performed. Sebastián Yatra will sing “Dos Oroguitos” by Lin-Manuel Miranda from Encanto Beyoncé will sing “Be Alive” (co-written with Dixson) from King Richard. Billie Eilish and her brother Finneas will perform “No Time to Die,” which they co-wrote for the latest James Bond film, and Reba McEntire will sing Diane Warren’s “Somehow You Do” from four good days.
A band consisting of Blink-182 drummer Travis Barker, Sheila E., pianist Robert Glasper and Oscar-winning musical director Adam Blackstone will also perform. This year’s festivities also include the new Fan-Favorite award, which will recognize the most-voted film in a Twitter poll.
Oscars 2022: red carpet and date and time of the ceremony
Vanessa Hudgens, Terrence J and fashion designer Brandon Maxwell will host ABC’s red carpet coverage, which begins at 3:30 p.m. PT/6:30 p.m. ET. The ceremony will begin at 5:00 p.m. PT/8:00 p.m. ET.
E! will also cover the red carpet from 2 p.m. PT/5 p.m. ET, and Laverne Cox, E! style correspondent Zanna Roberts Rassi, celebrity stylist Brad Goreski, weird eyeKaramo Brown and Naz Perez will provide commentary.
How to watch the 2022 Oscars on TV and online
Cable subscribers can watch the 2022 Oscars live online at abc.com or the ABC app and log in with their TV provider credentials. Those who miss the live stream can watch the awards show on demand on Hulu starting March 28.
Cord cutters and those without a cable subscription can watch the Oscars on any live TV streaming service that offers access to ABC. If you don’t have a smart TV or app-enabled device, you’ll need to plug in a streaming stick or other device (such as Apple TV, Google Chromecast, Amazon Fire TV Stick, or Roku) to your TV to watch online. without cable.
Read below to find out where to stream the 2022 Oscars online.
Fubo TV Stream live and on demand from over 100 cable channels (including ABC) and plans start at $70 per month for the Pro package and $80 for the Elite option. A seven-day free trial is available for new subscribers.
Hulu TV Live The video-on-demand streaming platform’s live TV option includes ABC and starts at $70 per month for the ad-supported option or $76 per month for the ad-free plan. Membership includes Disney+ and ESPN+ plus access to original Hulu content such as The Kardashians, The Handmaid’s Tale, Pam and Tommy and more.
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$70 and more per month
YouTube television The popular video platform’s live TV service offers access to over 85 networks, including your local ABC channel. Monthly subscriptions start at $65, but new subscribers can get a deal right now for $55 per month for the first three months.