Oscars 2023 is here, and as the stars and visionaries behind 2022’s most memorable films prepare to make their way to the Dolby Theater in Los Angeles, California, here is the start time, how and where to watch online, and all other pertinent information. This year, All Quiet On The Western Front, Everything Everywhere All At Once, The Banshees Of Inisherin, and Elvis battle for Best Picture, while Brendan Fraser will go head-to-head with Austin Butler for the top acting prize of the night alongside industry veterans Cate Blanchett and Michelle Yeoh. The 95th Oscars ceremony is shaping up to be one historic and unforgettable night.
Whether viewers want to know which of their favorite films will take home the gold this year or whether Will Smith is going to the Oscars after that shocking moment at Oscars 2022, there’s something for everyone to tune in for this year. Celebrate the “Great Green Wave” as a record number of Irish performers are nominated at Oscars 2023 in myriad categories, including directing, acting, and music, as well as the fact that more Asian performers have been recognized at Oscars 2023 by the Academy than in any other year. All the excitement starts tonight, and luckily there are more ways than ever to watch the 95th Academy Awards.
What Time The Oscars 2023 Ceremony Starts
Oscars 2023 will begin at 8 p.m. ET and 5 p.m. PT on Sunday, March 12th, 2023. However, before viewers know who will win Best Actress at Oscars 2023, there’s lots of fun programming leading up to the ceremony, including On The Red Carpet Live: Countdown to Oscars 95, hosted by Linsey Davis and Whit Johnson who discuss the fashion on display beginning at 1 p.m. ET and 10 a.m. PT. The official lead-in to Oscars 2023, Countdown to the Oscars, will begin at 6:30 p.m. ET and 3:30 p.m. PT and include a sneak peek into Hollywood’s big night with hosts Ashley Graham, Vanessa Hudgens, and Lilly Singh.
How To Watch & Stream Oscars 2023 In The U.S.
There are several ways to watch and stream the Oscars 2023 in the United States. The 95th Academy Awards ceremony will broadcast live on ABC and be streamed simultaneously on ABC.com and through the ABC app. Finding out who will win Best Director at Oscars 2023 is as easy as logging into one of several streaming services for those who don’t have cable or want an alternative. Hulu Live TV, AT&T TV, Fubo TV, and YouTube TV will all be streaming the show, with many offering a free trial to new subscribers.
How To Watch & Stream Oscars 2023 Internationally
For those who want to be part of all the excitement of the Academy Awards but live overseas, there are several ways to watch and stream Oscars 2023 internationally. The official Oscars website has neatly compiled a list of every network broadcasting the ceremony live, and the aforementioned streaming services are available internationally with some modifications. The most nominated films are also the most diverse; Everything Everywhere All at Once is the most-nominated with 11 total nominations, and All Quiet on the Western Front ties The Banshees of Inisherin with nine nominations each, and all are up for Best Picture at Oscars 2023.
Who Is Hosting The Oscars 2023 Ceremony?
Jimmy Kimmel returns to host the Oscars 2023 after previously hosting in 2017 and again in 2018, making it his third time stewarding Hollywood’s biggest night. Kimmel is known not only for his love of movies and television but for his breezy and likable personality. The late-night talk show host recently celebrated the 20th season of Jimmy Kimmel Live! In a way, Kimmel hosting the Oscars 2023 feels like an extension of recognizing Kimmel’s contribution to media and entertainment. Kimmel never misses an opportunity to make others a part of something positive about himself, and there’s no doubt he’ll turn the love outward tonight.
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