The Academy Awards will be exclusively broadcast on ABC, though subscribers can also watch using the ABC app. The ceremony will begin at 8 p.m. ET/5 p.m. PT and is scheduled to conclude at 11 p.m. ET/8 p.m. PT. Click the link below to watch Oscar Nominations 2021 live stream for free.
How to watch Oscar Nominations 2021?
You can tune in on ABC’s website and the ABC app through your TV provider, or stream the night’s events on AT&T TV ($69.99/month), Hulu Live TV ($64.99/month), or YouTube TV ($64.99/month).
On a budget? Hulu Live TV and YouTube TV both offer free weeklong trials for new subscribers, so if you sign up just before the ceremony and cancel your membership immediately afterward, you won’t pay a cent.
What If I don’t have cable?
No cable? No problem. You can live stream the Oscars using services like Sling TV, Hulu, Fubo TV, AT&T TV, and YouTube TV. Non-subscribers will need to purchase a streaming subscription or sign up for a free trial.
When are the 2021 Oscars?
The 93rd annual Academy Awards, which will be held “in-person” (whatever that means…) at the Dolby Theatre in Hollywood, premieres Sunday, April 25.
Who is Hosting Oscar Nominations 2021?
Similar to last year’s ceremony, there will be no host for the 2021 Oscars. We’re not necessarily surprised, considering Karey Burke, ABC’s entertainment president. Previously revealed that the no-host model has been successful in the past.
Once again, the Academy Awards will rely on award presenters to propel the ceremony forward throughout the night, with the Oscars remaining hostless since 2018 when we last saw Jimmy Kimmel take on the role.
One significant change this year will be the location of the 2021 Oscars. While we will see the inside of the Academy Award’s usual venue at the Dolby Theatre in Hollywood, this year the ceremony will predominantly take place outdoors. Complying with Covid-19 guidelines, you can expect to see this year’s nominees in the courtyard of Los Angeles’ downtown railway station, Union Station.