The 2021 Oscars are nearly here, and there are a bunch of ways to tune in along with everyone else!
The Academy Awards ceremony, which was pushed back due to the pandemic, will take place tonight (Sunday, April 25), about two months later than usual.
The 2021 ceremony will kick off at 8 p.m. ET on ABC, and will be broadcasting live from both Union Station and the Dolby Theatre in Los Angeles.
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ABC will also air a pre-show beginning at 6:30 p.m. ET called Oscars: Into the Spotlight, hosted by Ariana Debose and Lil Rel Howery and a post-show called Oscars: After Dark with Colman Domingo and Andrew Rannells as hosts.
To watch, you can stream at ABC.com and the ABC app if you have a cable subscriber log-in.
If you don’t, you can still watch without cable by subscribing to a platform that carries ABC, including Hulu + Live TV, YouTubeTV, AT&T TV and FuboTV. Roku users can also live stream the Oscars via ABC News Live on The Roku Channel. The Roku coverage via ABC News includes a red carpet broadcast at 4:30 p.m. ET.
This year’s Best Original Song contenders will perform during the Oscars: Into the Spotlight pre-show, so make sure to tune into that if you’re looking to see all the performances this year.
The Oscars ceremony will primarily be held at Los Angeles’ Union Station, as well as 10-to-12 Oscar hubs around the world, including London and Paris. Take a look at the set design for the L.A. venue.
Here are our editor predictions for this year’s ceremony.