How to Watch the Oscars 2023 Livestream

The red carpet, er, champagne, is being laid out for Hollywood’s greatest night on Sunday as the start of the Oscars 2023 draws nearer. Jimmy Kimmel is presenting the 95th Academy Awards for the third time, but the ceremony will be different in other ways besides the influx of new 2023 Oscar candidates. The Academy has even hired a first-of-its-kind “crisis team” to make sure that there are no recurrence of last year’s incident that shall not be named. Many honorees (including all of the fiercely contested best-actor contenders) are first-time nominees.

The presenters and performers for the Oscars 2023 have already been revealed, which is thrilling. Even first-time participant Pedro Pascal is bypassing a potential viewing party in favour of presenting at the Academy Awards, even though his popular HBO series The Last of Us will show its finale at the same time as the ceremony. Here’s how to watch the Oscars 2023 live and guarantee that all of Vanity Fair’s predictions come true while celebrities gather for the evening and live coverage from the Vanity Fair Oscar Party.

How to Watch the Oscars

ABC will broadcast the 2023 Oscars on Sunday, March 12. By logging in with a participating television provider, you can watch the ceremony live online at (or through the ABC app) or on television at your local ABC affiliate. (You can get information about different suppliers here.) If you’ve given up cable, you can stream content on Hulu + Live TV, YouTubeTV, AT&T TV, Sling TV, or FuboTV. Many of these services offer free trials. The best news of all? This year, Roku is providing access to the Oscars without a membership on the ABC News channel.

Where to Watch the the Oscars Red Carpet

The Oscars are not a race; they are a marathon. As a result, the awards ceremony is preceded by festivities for several hours. The ABC News Live website will launch ABC’s On the Red Carpet Live! Countdown to Oscars 95 at 1 p.m. ET/10 a.m. PT. The Countdown to the Oscars lead-in will then be hosted by Ashley Graham, Vanessa Hudgens, and Lilly Singh and will air on ABC on Saturday at 6:30 p.m. ET/3:30 p.m. PT. At 1 p.m. ET/10 a.m. PT, Live From the Red Carpet coverage on E! will begin with host Laverne Cox.

How to Watch the Oscars Postshows

The Vanity Fair Oscar Party, which will honour all of the 2023 Oscar candidates with a night of glitz and rumours, will take place after the awards are presented, and that’s when the real fun can start. The Oscars livestream will begin at 9 p.m. PT with Hollywood Black List founder Franklin Leonard joining VF’s Katey Rich and Mike Hogan for conversations with A-list celebrities and an analysis of the Oscars in 2023. This programme, entitled After the Oscars With Vanity Fair, will be broadcast on as well as on the YouTube and Twitter accounts of the magazine.

Watch the Vanity Fair Oscar Party Live broadcast, which will feature star-studded red-carpet coverage with the top nominees and winners of the evening, starting at 10:30 p.m. PT. Visit the Vanity Fair TikTok channel and for exclusive content including frank interviews and fashion comments the morning after the Oscars. Subscribe to the “HWD Daily” email, and follow Vanity Fair on Twitter and Instagram to stay up to date on everything Oscars 2023.

When Do the Oscars Start?

On Sunday, March 12, the 95th Academy Awards will start at 8 p.m. ET/5 p.m. PT. The broadcast this year will be broadcast live from the Dolby Theatre. Before the action begins, cast your vote for the VF Oscars and view the list of this year’s candidates. The awards will be broadcast live on ABC.

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