The Oscars 2022 are almost upon us. On March 27, the 94th annual Academy Awards will be held at the Dolby Theatre, honoring the greatest films, performances, and behind-the-scenes movie magic of the year.
To be considered for Hollywood’s greatest honor, a film must have been released between March 1 and December 31, 2021. Given how many films were placed on hold in 2020 due to the coronavirus pandemic, this year’s is sure to be filled with some heavy competition.
Some of the front-runners? Well, Kristen Stewart rustled up some early Oscar buzz for her stunning portrayal of Princess Diana in Spencer, but the profound film was not the only biopic game in town and she may have some heavy competition from Nicole Kidman for Being the Ricardos. Then, of course, there is the Andrew Garfield of it all. Between The Eyes of Tammy Faye, Tick, Tick… Boom!, and Spider-Man: No Way Home, this just might be the year of Garfield. (Yes, we know he’s not likely to be rewarded with a little gold man for his work as Peter Three, but we’re including it here for reasons.)
No matter who wins, it’s going to be a glorious evening full of gowns, Champagne, and drawn-out acceptance speeches. Here’s everything you need to know about how to watch the Oscars 2022.
You can watch live on cable TV. If you are still someone who pays for cable, the Oscars will air on ABC at 8 p.m. E.T. on March 27, 2022.
It will also be available to stream. Aside from the ABC app, the Oscars will be available on Hulu with its Live TV subscription as well as on FuboTV, depending on where you live. Unfortunately, there is no way to stream the awards show at no cost unless you utilize a free trial.
Who is nominated? You can see the full list of Oscar 2022 nominees here. After you’re caught up, don’t forget to check out our guide to where to watch the Oscar nominated movies. There’s still time to stream!