How to watch the Oscars 2022

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In 2022 The Oscar remains one of the most prestigious American film awards, despite decline in viewership. Streaming services achieve full cultural saturation as Netflix or Apple TV+ may win the Best Picture Oscar at the 94th Academy Awards on Sunday.

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Extensive coverage of nominated WIRED films includes thoughtful review from Dune senior editor Angela Watercutter, analysis of how Encanto was optimized for TikTok from senior editor Jason Kehe and an article from reaction of climatologists in the film Judgment Day Don’t look up senior writer Amit Katwala.

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Make sure you have plenty of snacks on hand, a few drinks in the fridge, and a cozy blanket nearby if you’re enjoying the Oscars from the comfort of your living room couch. Whether or not you have access to cable TV, we’ve compiled a list of the best ways to watch the 2022 Academy Awards live, as well as ways to stream the awards ceremony after it goes live.

How to watch the Oscars

The 2022 Academy Awards will be broadcast live from the Dolby Theater in Los Angeles on March 27 at 8:00 pm EST on ABC. The 94th Academy Awards won’t have one specific host for acerbic Twitter users — Amy Schumer, Wanda Sykes and Regina Hall will co-host the ceremony.

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If you already have a cable TV subscription that includes ABC, you can watch the 2022 Academy Awards on your TV, ABC.comor through ABC Application on iPhone and Android smartphones.

Viewers who frequently watch shows on ABC, CBS, NBC, or FOX might consider investing around $50 in TV antenna which receives over-the-air channels. Depending on local availability, you may be able to stream the awards ceremony live through your ABC partner without any subscription.

Another good choice to watch the 94th Academy Awards live stream without cable is to use a live stream subscription service such as YouTube TV, FuboTVor Hulu + Live streaming. All three options provide at least one week of free trial for new users. The standard monthly rate for YouTube TV is $65 for over 85 channels, and new members currently get three introductory months of $55 each. FuboTV has over 100 channels for $70 per month.

I would recommend Hulu + Live TV to anyone who watches a decent amount of on-demand entertainment along with watching live TV. The service has about 75 channels. What Hulu+ Live TV lacks in obscure channels you’ll probably never watch, it makes up for in access to Disney+, ESPN+, and Hulu with $70/month ads. For $6 a month, you can upgrade to Hulu without ads.

Additional American Sign Language (ASL) Live for the 94th Academy Awards will be featured on the Oscars YouTube channel.

Viewers who are willing to wait one day can stream the entire ceremony on demand with a subscription to Hulu.

What films are nominated?

Directed by Jane Campion and released on Netflix. dog power has the most potential wins at the 94th Academy Awards, receiving a total of 12 nominations. dog power among the nominations “Best Film”, “Direction” and “Best Actor” for Benedict Cumberbatch. With 10 nods Dune The adaptation is the second most nominated film this year. Steven Spielberg’s rendition of the classic musical West Side Story and an image of Kenneth Branagh Belfast in time Conflict in Northern Ireland both received seven Oscar nominations.

Want to watch more top-notch movies at home? WIRED where to find nominated films on streaming services will point you in the right direction. drive my car, Dune, King Richard, Alley of Nightmaresand West Side Story all are part of the HBO Max catalog. The list of Oscar-nominated films streaming on Netflix includes Don’t look up, Lost daughterand dog power. The options available on Apple TV+ are more limited, but the service has two Best Picture nominees: CODA and The tragedy of Macbeth.

Science fiction lovers who want to immerse themselves in the world of Frank Herbert’s 1965 novel. Dune should be familiar with WIRED’s analysis of his stillsuit invention, war predictionsand influence on Burning Man as well as our questions and answers with Frank’s son, Brian Herbertand directed by Denis Villeneuve.


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