Oscars 2018: When And How To Watch On TV And Online
The Academy Awards are the biggest night in Hollywood, and with movies like Get Out and The Shape of Water nominated for best picture, this year’s ceremony could be one of the most interesting of all time. Where can you watch the Oscars, though?
Thankfully, there are a number of ways to check out the ceremony, whether you have a TV or not. Not only will the Oscars air on broadcast TV and stream online, but the show will also be available on demand once it’s complete.
Below, take a look at every way you can watch the 90th Academy Awards. Before the ceremony, you can also use this guide to find out where to watch every movie up for an Oscar this year, along with each of the nominees.
When and where to watch the Oscars live
The 90th Academy Awards take place on Sunday, March 4. The red carpet kicks off at 5 PM ET, with the ceremony itself beginning at 8 PM ET.
The show, which will be hosted by Jimmy Kimmel, is being broadcast live on ABC. If you aren’t at a TV, though, never fear. Not only will streaming TV services like Sling, YouTube TV, DirecTV, and PlayStation Vue be airing ABC’s feed of the show, the ceremony will also stream live on ABC Go and the ABC app.
Where to watch the Oscars on demand
The day after the ceremony, the telecast will be available on demand from ABC–through its normal TV services, along with streaming TV plans. That’s not the only way to watch it, though. Hulu will stream both the awards show and the red carpet special.