You can watch the Oscars from the comfort of your couch with all the latest movies, TV shows, music, sports, news and more from the big day, thanks to the internet.
So if you’re a sports fan, it’ll be on your TV this time, and you’ll have access to all the best sporting action right from home.
You can also stream some of the best live TV shows and sports in your favourite apps, such as Netflix, YouTube, Hulu, BBC iPlayer and BBC Sport.
If you’re an arts fan, the Oscars will be on the big screen on your phone, tablet or computer, with a variety of art galleries and exhibitions.
There will also be some amazing events happening around the world, including a live concert in London from the National Theatre in front of millions of people, a concert in Japan from the Royal Albert Hall and more.
The Oscars live streams will be available across the internet on the following platforms:Apple TV: Apple TV users can stream the Oscars on Apple TV from the App Store.
Google TV: Google TV users will be able to watch the Oscar live on Google TV.
Amazon Fire TV: Amazon Fire HD users can watch on Amazon FireTV.
Amazon Prime: Prime members can watch at least one Oscar live every day.
Roku: Roku users will have access on Roku.
You’ll be able watch the ceremony online from the Roku channel.
If your Roku is connected to the cloud, it will have an option to watch on the cloud.
Netflix: Netflix users will see an option for the Oscars stream.
You may also want to turn on automatic updating for Netflix.
YouTube: YouTube users will get the Oscars streaming live on their mobile device.
If they have an Amazon Fire or Apple TV connected to their home network, they’ll be eligible to watch online.
You’re also able to search for Oscars from Netflix, Amazon Fire and Google TV, if you have a compatible device.
Hulu: Hulu users will also get the ceremony live.
You should check the Hulu app and choose “Live Stream” to watch Oscars.
Amazon: Amazon TV users with a Hulu account will be eligible for the ceremony.
You will need to sign in to your Hulu account to watch.
BBC iPlay: BBC iPLAY users will receive the Oscars online from their BBC iplay account.
Apple TV: BBCi PLAY users will live stream the ceremony on their Apple TV.
Google Home: Google Home users will watch the Hollywood awards live online from Google Home.
Xbox One: Xbox One users will stream the Hollywood ceremony on Xbox One.
Netflix, Spotify and Amazon Prime subscribers will also have access, along with some select events from the BBC and other major broadcasters.
You can also download the Oscars app for free from the Apple App Store, Google Play, Amazon and other platforms.
If none of those are available for you, you can download it from the Google Play store.
There’s also a wide range of apps available to stream Oscars live, including the Oscars Hub app, which brings you all the Oscars, awards ceremonies, sports and more live.
You’ll also be able stream the entire Oscars lineup on the Xbox One and PlayStation 4, as well as the Academy Awards, the Golden Globes and the Oscars red carpet party.
You can watch all the events online, including an array of awards including the Best Picture, Director, Actress, Actor and more, including The Hunger Games: Catching Fire, The Theory of Everything, Up All Night, The King’s Speech, and The Imitation Game.
Watching all the live streaming will take a few minutes, but it’s definitely worth the wait.
The Academy Awards are one of the most popular and lucrative awards in Hollywood, and this is a perfect opportunity for the most famous awards show in the world to be televised.
To access all the awards and live streaming, sign in with your Microsoft account, and then search for the Academy of Motion Picture Arts and Sciences, or the Oscars.
You must be a Microsoft subscriber to watch Oscar events, and Microsoft has partnered with several streaming services to bring the Oscars to your home, including Hulu, YouTube and Amazon.
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