From The Associated Press
With the 94th Academy Awards just around the corner, there’s just enough time to scrutinize some of the 10 Best Picture nominees before the lights go out at the Dolby Theatre.
Following last year’s scaled-down ceremony at Los Angeles’ Union Station, this year’s Oscars return to the Dolby Theater in the heart of Hollywood with three presenters, Regina Hall, Amy Schumer and Wanda Sykes, to moderate proceedings.
Those who run the show have promised it will be just under three hours, which is one of the reasons they have decided to award eight pre-show awards including editing, original score and hair/make-up, and cut them into the live broadcast.
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And if choosing between 10 movies in one day seems a bit tedious, you could just stick with the most nominated movie to air on Netflix, The Power of the Dog.
Here’s everything you need to know to watch the Oscars live:
WHEN ARE THE OSCARS AND WHAT CHANNEL ARE THEY ON?
The Oscars will be streamed live on ABC on Sunday, March 27 at 8:00 p.m. ET. ABC’s official red carpet pre-show begins 90 minutes earlier at 6:30 p.m. ET, but many outlets, like E!, will be waiting from 3 p.m. for the stars to arrive
But it only gets really full after 5 p.m.
HOW TO SEE THE OSCARS WHEN YOU HAVE CABLE
The easiest way to watch the show is to tune the channel to your local ABC affiliate.
If you’re a cord cutter or don’t have access to an antenna, you can also watch the Oscars online with a Hulu + Live TV subscription that costs $69.99 a month.
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