The Academy Awards are always full of glitz and glam, and most fans and critics have their predictions set for the 2020 ceremony—Joaquin Phoenix and Brad Pitt will probably snag their first Oscars (Pitt has one already, but for producing), and 1917 may be a lock for Best Picture. And while Best Original Screenplay may go to Parasite, Best Director is still a bit of a toss-up.
But if you don't know just where you want to watch the ceremony yet, we created this handy guide—here's how you can watch and stream the 2020 Oscars on February 9.
How to watch the 2020 Oscars
For those of you that have cable, watching the Oscars will be as simple as turning on your TV and tuning in to ABC at 8 p.m. EST, 5 p.m. PST.
How to stream the 2020 Oscars
If you're subscribed to an online cable service like AT&T Now, Hulu with Live TV or YouTube TV, you'll be able to access ABC, but other services like Sling and Fubo.TV don't include ABC in their channel lineup.
The Oscars awards ceremony will be available on demand at abc.com or the ABC app after the broadcast, but you'll still have to sign in with a TV provider. If you don't mind waiting, no sign-in will be required after February 17.
And while the Oscars website won't be live streaming the ceremony, they will have clips of the nominees, announcement footage, and other real-time moments.
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