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The Oscars are nearly here. After years of dipping scores, the 2022 Oscars are wanting to start momentum for the awards event once again. However currently the occasion is mired in debate: West Side Story star Rachel Zegler wasnt even welcomed to the procedures (that was quickly rectified, surprising nobody). Frontrunner The Power of the Dog leads the pack with 12 nominations, closely followed by sci-fi epic Dune with 10. Oscars history has already been made, with Jane Campion ending up being the first female to be nominated twice for best director. Shell make more history if she thrives, ending up being only the third female to win the classification. Heres whatever you need to know to tune into the 2022 Oscars on Sunday, March 27. Oscars start timeThe Oscars are set up for on Sunday, March 27, from 5 p.m. PT/8 p.m. ET. Instead of the typical three-hour slog, this year the Oscars have been lost weight. Eight categories have been cut from the program (the awards will exist prior to the telecast), consisting of documentary short, movie hairstyling, makeup and modifying, initial score, production style, animated short, live-action brief and sound. The ceremony will take place in the Dolby Theatre at Hollywood & & Highland, a go back to the normal stomping grounds after last years more intimate event occurred in Union Station in downtown Los Angeles. How to watchThe Oscars will be telecasted on ABC. If youve cut the cord (a cheaper alternative with major perks), you can livestream ABC on YouTube Television, FuboTV, Hulu with Live Television and DirecTV. You can also stream the show live by means of abc.com or the ABC app.

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Now on its 4th name in 3 years, DirecTV Stream ties for many pricey at $70 (the other is Hulu Plus Live Television). The service does have its pluses, however– for instance, it consists of the flipper-friendly capability to swipe left and ideal to change channels. Furthermore it consists of some channels the other services cant, including nearly 250 PBS stations across the country. Read our DirecTV Stream review.

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Theres a lot to like about FuboTV– it provides a wide selection of channels and its sports focus makes it especially appealing to soccer fans or NBA, NHL and MLB fans who reside in an area served by among FuBoTVs RSNs. Its likewise a terrific choice for NFL fans since its one of three services, along with YouTube television and Hulu, with NFL Network and optional RedZone. Read our FuboTV evaluation.

Whos hosting? The Oscars have actually been hostless considering that Jimmy Kimmel held the mic for the 2018 event. Not just is the 2022 event returning to hosting ways, itll include three hosts: Wanda Sykes, Amy Schumer and Regina Hall. This isnt the very first time the Oscars have actually included 3 hosts (Chevy Chase, Goldie Hawn and Paul Hogan did the honors in 1987), however its the very first time three ladies have actually handled the gig. Whos nominated? You can take a look at the full list of candidates here. Leading the elections is The Power of the Dog with 12, followed by Dune with 10 and Belfast and West Side Story with 7 each.

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Oscars history has actually currently been made, with Jane Campion becoming the first female to be chosen two times for finest director. Heres everything you need to understand to tune into the 2022 Oscars on Sunday, March 27. Oscars begin timeThe Oscars are set up for on Sunday, March 27, from 5 p.m. PT/8 p.m. ET. Instead of the usual three-hour slog, this year the Oscars have been slendered down. The Oscars have actually been hostless because Jimmy Kimmel held the mic for the 2018 event.

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