It seems like the upcoming awards ceremony is going to be an eventful one. “Everything Everywhere All at Once,” directed by the Daniel duo, has taken home top prizes at four major Hollywood guild awards, putting it in the same category as previous best picture Oscar winners such as “Argo,” “No Country for Old Men,” “Slumdog Millionaire,” and “American Beauty.”

However, there’s always the possibility of a surprise at the academy awards.

The question is, will Steven Spielberg’s semi-autobiographical film, “The Fabelmans,” steal the spotlight from the Daniels’ bid for best director?

Could Michelle Yeoh possibly win best actress over Cate Blanchett? And will Angela Bassett, nominated for best supporting actress for her performance in “Black Panther: Wakanda Forever,” be the first to bring home an acting Oscar for the Marvel Cinematic Universe?

One thing is for sure: drama is bound to ensue.

In addition to the nominees, the ceremony will feature around 50 stars who will be presenting awards. Ariana DeBose, Florence Pugh, and Jonathan Majors are among the celebrities scheduled to present. Many are curious to know if DeBose will perform her viral BAFTAs musical rap again.

How to stream 2023 Oscars for free

For those interested in watching the ceremony, it begins at 8 p.m. Eastern and 5 p.m. Pacific. ABC is the official broadcaster for television, while and the ABC app are options for those with a cable login or an ABC subscription.

Cord-cutters can also watch the ceremony on Hulu + Live TV, Sling TV, YouTube TV, or Fubo, all of which require subscriptions but are offering free trials.

In conclusion, the upcoming academy awards ceremony is set to be an eventful and exciting one, with top-notch nominees and presenters. Don’t miss out on the drama and watch it live on March 27th.



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