Oscars 2018 live stream

Oscars 2018 live stream: Where to watch 90th Academy Awards free in UK, India, Canada and other countries,Get that tub of popcorn and let there be an unlimited supply of wine because it is the most important day of the year for Hollywood, it is time for the Oscars 2018.


Into its 90th year celebrations, this year the Academy Awards has a stunning collection of movies nominated in Best Picture category and several brilliant performances have earned their place in the nomination list.

Movies like Get Out, The Shape of Water and Three Billboards Outside Ebbing, Missouri, have got viewers’ attention but it is the winner list that will tell us which movie and performances won over the Academy.

Hosting the award show for the second consecutive year, Jimmy Kimmel will take the center stage and would hope no Oscar goof-up takes place. Speaking of goof-up, Warren Beatty and Faye Dunaway, who became the talk of the town for announcing the wrong Best Picture winner last year, are set to return to present an Oscar award this year.


They will be joined by a star-studded list of celebrities. These include 2017’s Best Actress winner Emma Stone, Best Supporting Actor winner Mahershala Ali, Best Supporting Actress Viola Davis, Jennifer Garner, and Black Panther stars Chadwick Boseman and Lupita Nyong’o.

Although they might not have found a nomination, actors from blockbuster movies of last year will take the center stage and present an award.

These include Star Wars: The Last Jedi cast, including Mark Hamill, Oscar Isaac and Kelly Marie Tran, Wonder Woman Gal Gadot and Spider-Man: Homecoming’s Zendaya to name a few.

So where can you watch the award function this year? If you are in the US, you can catch the awards night on March 4 starting at 8 pm ET/5 pm PT on ABC.

The ceremony will be available live streaming through ABC Go and the ABC app. Services like YouTube TV, Sling TV, DirecTV and Playstation Vue will also stream the ceremony.

In India, the Oscars will begin at 5.30 am on March 5. Star Movies, Star Movies HD, and Star Movies Premiere HD will air the show. The Oscars 2018 can be streamed online via Hotstar

In the UK, the awards will begin at 1:30 AM GMT on March 5. Sky has set up a channel especially for the Oscars. Sky Cinema Oscars will telecast the ceremony on TV. A repeat of the show will take place at 8 am and 8 pm on March 5.

For Ireland viewers, the Oscars will be aired on NOW TV via Sky Cinema Pass. In Canada, National network CTV, CTV Go and CTV.ca will take viewers into the Dolly Theatre.

Australia can catch all the action on Nine Network starting at 10:30 am. Online service 9Now will bring the awards ceremony on your computer screen.

Germany can tune into Pro7 from 12:45 am. Dubai can catch the ceremony from 5 am on OSN Movies HD and OSN Yahala Cinema HD. China can tune into Mango TV on the television and M1905 for online streaming.

Mexico can be a part of the Oscar madness by tuning into TNT Latin America from 5:30 pm. South Africa Oscar lovers will have to wake up at 3 am and tune into M-Net Movies to catch the Oscars.

Oscars 2018 Live, Stream, Nominations, Date, Time Online

The Shape of Water leads the nominations with 13. But which movie will win Best Picture is anyone’s guess.The Oscars are upon us once again, with last year’s host, Jimmy Kimmel, returning to emcee the 90th annual Academy Awards ceremony, airing Sunday, March 4, at 8 pm EST on ABC.


The Oscars will conclude an awards season where the only certainty is uncertainty in the race for the film industry’s biggest prize. This year there’s no clear frontrunner for Best Picture, as The Shape of Water, Dunkirk, and Three Billboards Outside Ebbing, Missouri have all taken home hardware at other recent awards ceremonies, while there are whispers that Get Out might pull off an upset.

While Best Picture seems to be a toss-up, the other major categories do have strong frontrunners, like Guillermo del Toro in the Best Director race. Heading into the night, del Toro’s The Shape of Water leads the nominations with 13, followed by Christopher Nolan’s Dunkirk with eight.


One question mark going into year’s ceremony has little to do with who wins the night’s biggest trophies. Hollywood has, since accounts detailing Harvey Weinstein’s alleged sexual abuse were published in October, been at the epicenter of the #MeToo movement and the rampant culture of sexual harassment and abuse that spurred it. Consequently, awards shows where celebrities, actors, and actresses gather have become platforms for protest and opportunities to gauge how the industry is (or isn’t) trying to do better.

The Oscars are no exception, though the award show’s producers seem to want a show that’s more about celebrating movies and entertaining people than about making a statement on #MeToo. Discussing this year’s show with the New York Times, ABC entertainment president Channing Dungey explained:

We certainly want to honor and respect [the] Time’s Up [campaign] and allow that message to be heard. But we’re trying to make it more planned than spur of the moment — it has its moment and then doesn’t feel like it overshadows the artists and films being honored. … I would love for every award recipient to not feel like they have to acknowledge it independently.

It’ll be fascinating to see which actors and actresses do or don’t decide to weigh in. (For his part, Kimmel has said that his hosting duties will indeed involve addressing the topic.)

The ceremony could also yield a number of history-making records and milestones.

Mudbound writer-director Dee Rees is the second black woman ever to be nominated for screenwriting, and the film’s cinematographer, Rachel Morrison, is the first woman to be nominated in the Best Cinematography category. Get Out’s Jordan Peele is the first black filmmaker ever nominated for directing, writing, and producing in the same year. And Lady Bird’s Greta Gerwig is nominated for Best Director, making her only the fifth woman in Oscars history to be nominated in the category.

Here’s how you can watch this year’s Oscars to see how the awards shake out.

How to watch the 2018 Oscars

When: Sunday, March 4, at 8 pm EST/5 pm PST. ABC’s red-carpet coverage begins at 5:30 pm EST/3:30 pm PST. E! will also cover the Oscars red carpet, starting at 5 pm EST.

Where: Live on ABC. Alternatively, you can live-stream the ceremony at ABC.com or on the ABC app, provided you have a cable TV provider login and are in one of the following markets: Chicago, Fresno, Houston, Los Angeles, New York City, Philadelphia, Raleigh-Durham, or San Francisco.

Several subscription-based TV streaming services, including Hulu Live, YouTube TV, Sling TV, DirecTV, and PlayStation Vue, will also stream the Oscars via ABC.

Host: Jimmy Kimmel returns as host for the second year in a row. There will probably be jokes about last year’s Moonlight versus La La Land debacle.