After returning with a trio of emcees last year, the 95th Oscars will be once again hosted by Jimmy Kimmel. The 2023 Academy Awards will air live on ABC Sunday, March 12, at 5 p.m. PT/8 p.m. ET.
This year’s best picture nominees are Everything Everywhere All at Once (which leads with 11 nominations), against All Quiet on the Western Front, Avatar: The Way of Water, The Banshees of Inisherin, Elvis, The Fabelmans, Tár, Top Gun: Maverick, Triangle of Sadness and Women Talking.
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Broadcast live from the Dolby Theatre at Ovation Hollywood, the event will be livestreamed with American Sign Language interpretation on the Academy’s YouTube channel for Deaf or hard-of-hearing viewers. The schedule includes live performances of nominated songs: Rihanna (who is nominated for her first Oscar) will sing “Lift Me Up” from Black Panther: Wakanda Forever; Sofia Carson and Diane Warren will perform “Applause” from Tell It Like A Woman; actress Stephanie Hsu, David Byrne and music trio Son Lux will perform “This Is A Life” from Everything Everywhere All at Once; and Rahul Sipligunj and Kaala Bhairava will sing “Naatu Naatu” from RRR.
Oscars 2023: Red Carpet and Ceremony Date and Time
The 2023 Oscars will begin at 5 p.m. PT/8 p.m. ET., and it will replay at 8 p.m. PT.
ABC’s The Red Carpet Live: Countdown to Oscars 95 pre-show will be hosted by World News Tonight anchors Linsey Davis and Whit Johnson with commentary by ABC News correspondent Chris Connelly, ESPN’s Andscape senior entertainment reporter Kelley Carter, Variety‘s Elizabeth Wagmeister and Clayton Davis, and celebrity stylist Joe Zee. The red carpet pre-show coverage airs live from 10 a.m. to 1 p.m. PT/1 to 4 p.m. ET and can be streamed live for free at abc.com starting at 10:30 a.m. PT/1:30 p.m. PT.
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E! will also be covering the red carpet starting at 2 p.m. PT/5 p.m. ET. Live from E!: Oscars will be once again hosted by Laverne Cox, who will be joined by E! News co-host Adrienne Bailon-Houghton, Access Hollywood‘s Zuri Hall, E! style correspondent Zanna Roberts Rassi, fashion designer Christian Siriano and pop culture expert Naz Perez. The network will also kick off its coverage with Live from E!: Brunch at the Oscars starting at 12 p.m. PT/3 p.m. ET live from the Hollywood Roosevelt hotel; get more details here.
How to Watch the Oscars 2023 on TV and Online
Cable subscribers can watch the 2023 Oscars online live on ABC.com or the ABC app, logging in with their TV provider credentials.
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 a device that supports apps, you’ll need to plug a streaming stick or other device (such as Apple TV, Google Chromecast, Amazon Fire TV Stick or Roku) into your television to watch online without cable.
If you are watching the Oscars from outside the U.S., you can use ExpressVPN to access your live TV streaming account and securely watch internationally.
Read on below to find out where to stream the Oscars 2023 online.
Stream the Oscars on DirecTV Stream
Previously AT&T TV, DirecTV Stream lets you watch more than 65 other channels under its Entertainment package ($75 monthly), including ABC. Other plans offer over 90 to 140 channels, with prices ranging from $100 to $155 per month. For a limited time, new customers save $120 over their first year by signing up for any package and the DirecTV Stream device (sold separately).
DirecTV Stream Subscription
$75 and up monthly
Stream the Oscars on FuboTV
Priced from $75 to $95 quarterly, FuboTV has a range of plans with a minimum of 140 channels, including most of the popular news, entertainment, lifestyle and sports networks as well as over 130 events in 4K. If you’re a new customer, you can watch the 2023 Oscars for free when you sign up for Fubo’s seven-day trial.
$75 and up quarterly
Stream the Oscars on Hulu + Live TV
You can also watch the Oscars without cable on Hulu with Live TV, which includes ABC and more than 85 other major cable news, entertainment and sports channels. The live TV streaming service comes bundled with Disney+ and ESPN+ and is available with or without ads (except on ESPN+) for $70 to $83 monthly. You can add Cinemax, HBO Max, Showtime and Starz for an additional monthly fee.
Hulu with Live TV, Disney+ and ESPN+ Subscription
$70 and up monthly
Stream the Oscars on Sling
Another way to watch the 95th Oscars online is with Sling TV. The online TV streaming service offers free three-day trials for its Blue and Orange & Blue plans ($40 to $55 per month), which include ABC and more than 40 other local broadcast channels.
Sling TV Subscription
$40 and up monthly
Stream the Oscars on YouTube TV
YouTube TV 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.
YouTube TV Subscription
$65 and up monthly
Stream the Oscars with ExpressVPN
If you are watching the Oscars internationally, you can use ExpressVPN to access your live TV streaming account and securely watch from outside of the U.S. The service costs $7 to $13 per month and lets you log into high-speed servers across more than 90 countries while keeping your data private and secure, and new subscribers get three free months; learn more here.
$7 and up monthly