NEW YORK — Hollywood is gearing up for the 95th Academy Awards, where the top nominee is “Everything, Everywhere and At Once” and the movie industry is hoping to move past the slap in the face of last year’s ceremony. Here’s everything you need to know about the 2023 Academy Awards, including when it’s happening, where to watch it live and this year’s controversies.
WHEN IS THE OSCARS?
The Oscars will be held on March 12 at the Dolby Theater in Los Angeles. The ceremony will begin at 5:00 PM live on ABC.
CAN YOU BROADCAST THE OSCARS?
The broadcast can be streamed with a subscription to Hulu Live TV, YouTubeTV, AT&T TV and Fubo TV. Some of these services offer short free trials. You can also stream the show on ABC.com and the ABC app by authenticating with your ISP.
WHO IS HOSTING?
Jimmy Kimmel will host for the third time and for the first time since 2018. It was also the last Oscar ceremony with a solo host. After Kimmel’s last appearance, the show went without a host for several years. Last year, Regina Hall, Amy Schumer and Wanda Sykes hosted the trio. In a promo for this year’s show, titled “Top Gun: Maverick,” Kimmel made his humble case for being the right man for the job, noting that he can’t get slapped because “I cry a lot.”
WHAT IS THE 2023 OSCAR NOMINATION FOR BEST PICTURE?
10 films are competing for the best film: “All Quiet on the Western Front”, “Avatar: The Path of Water”, “Banshee of Inishreen”, “Elvis”, “Everything Everywhere and At Once”, “Fablemen”, “Tar”, “Top Gun” : Maverick”, “Triangle of sadness”, “Women who talk”. Here’s a guide on how you can watch them.