The Oscars award show is tonight. This award show awards the best movies, actors and people within in the Hollywood movie industry. It is probably the biggest night in all of Hollywood.
They are being broadcasted on ABC again this year and the event will begin at 8 p.m.
For those who are looking to stream the event, YouTube TV, Hulu with Live TV, DirecTV Now, PlayStation Vue will all be streaming the event live on ABC. All of the services offer free trials that are about 5-days long depending on which service you choose. Make sure that your local ABC affiliate is offered in your area before you sign up for a free trial.
ABC will be streaming the event through their website too. However, in order to stream it from them, you must sign in with your TV provider credentials.
Twitter will be livestreaming the red carpet ceremony live on their website and app. E Network will also have coverage all-day of the event. It can be found on a variety of live TV streaming services too, which you can watch before The Oscars start in the evening.
A fun fact about The Oscars is that in 2016, the 2015 Steve Jobs movie got multiple nominations. The nominations were for Best Actor (Michael Fassbender playing Steve Jobs) and Best Supporting Actress (Kate Winslet playing Joanna Hoffman). Fassbender lost to Leonardo DiCaprio and Kate Winslet lost to Alicia Vilkander.
Here is a clip of Leonardo DiCaprio winning his Oscar:
All services mentioned in this article are compatible and work on the iPhone, iPod Touch, iPad, Apple TV and Mac. We hope you enjoy the show this year.