Academy Awards will honor the best movie of the year 2020 and 2021. The 93rd Academy Awards earlier was scheduled to be held in February, but the event was delayed due to the Covid-19 pandemic.
The ceremony will be held at two locations in Los Angeles: Union Station and Dolby Theatre. The Dolby Theatre has been the home of Oscars since 2001.
How to Watch Oscar 2021
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The ceremony will be broadcast this Sunday at 8 pm ET. You can watch the show live on ABC through cable or any streaming service with access to the channel.
You can also watch the 93rd Academy Awards by tuning to ABC on your television or live stream* the Oscars at ABC.com or the ABC app.
Online TV streaming services with access to ABC, including Hulu + Live TV, YouTube TV, and Fubo TV, will also stream the 93rd Academy Awards. However, for all the services, you have to pay $65 a month each.
How to Stream Oscar 2021 for free
You can stream ABC with Locast for free. Locast offers free local channels in 31 markets. However, you’ll have to register for a Locast account and donate at least $5 a month for uninterrupted viewing, as donation requests will interrupt your streams every few minutes.
Sky Channel once again holds exclusive rights to Academy Awards. The coverage will start from 10 pm local time on its particular channel Sky Cinema Oscars, with the ceremony beginning at 1 am.
Channel 7 will telecast the Oscars’ The ceremony starts at 10 am local time on Monday, with a prime time at 9.30 pm.
The ceremony will stream live from Los Angeles on Disney+ Hotstar Premium at 5:30 am on Monday. You can watch the ceremony on both Star Movies, and Star World channels live.
The 2021 Academy Awards will be conducted by celebrity presenters, including Rita Moreno, Zendaya, Brad Pitt, and Bryan Cranston.
In Academy Awards, most nominees will be attending the Oscars 2021 in person rather than virtually.