Why should you watch the 94th Oscars? Let us count the ways: first of all—the most obvious reason—to find out who wins! There are also the hosts, and we can't think of three women better suited to bring the humor, heart and (we're sure) more than a few surprises than our emcees Regina Hall, Amy Schumer and Wanda Sykes. And we haven't even mentioned the star-studded presenters and performers.
So, how do you watch? Below, A.frame has everything you need to know.
When are the 94th Oscars?
Sunday, March 27, 2022, starting at 5 p.m. PT/8 p.m. ET and broadcasting from the Dolby Theatre at Ovation Hollywood.
How do I watch the Oscars?
The Oscars will be telecast live on ABC. Watch on your TV (if you're a cable or satellite subscriber, ABC is part of your lineup) or on abc.com and the ABC app via your provider.
You can also stream the ceremony in real time via services like Hulu + Live TV, YouTube TV, DirecTV Stream and FuboTV—many of which offer a seven-day free trial, if you want to plan your Oscars night accordingly.
The Oscars are also broadcast in more than 200 territories, so if you are outside the U.S., you can check your international local listings here.
How do I watch the nominated films before then?
The Power of the Dog is the year's most-nominated film, followed by Dune, Belfast and West Side Story, but there are so many more nominated films to watch this year. (For a full list of nominees, click here.) Why not start with the 10 Best Picture nominees, many of which are available to stream right now at home.
Find out how to watch the Best Picture nominees here.