Eight Oscar statuettes.

The 92nd Annual Academy Awards air on ABC Feb. 9 at 8 p.m. EST (5 p.m. PST), bringing the 2020 award season to an end. We’ve found all the services you can use if you want to stream the broadcast.

The Oscars will broadcast live from the Dolby Theatre in Los Angeles, but you can watch it on your computer, smartphone, iPad, or a set-top box, like the Apple TV or Fire TV Stick.


The AT&T TV Now website.

AT&T TV Now is a great choice when it comes to streaming services, especially if you already pay for the company’s cell service. AT&T TV offers 45+ channels, including local channels. Packages start at $65 per month with a seven-day free trial, so sign up now and see if you like it.

Hulu Live

The Hulu logo.

Hulu Live is a great way to access live channels, as well as Hulu-exclusive content. For $55 a month, you can stream 60+ channels, any time. There’s also a week-long free trial so you can familiarize yourself with the interface and features before the big event.

This is a great choice if you’re already a fan of any of Hulu’s original content.

YouTube TV

YouTube TV Welcome Page

YouTube TV is the cheapest option on our list, but it also offers more channels than the others! For $50 a month, you get access to 70+ channels, including local sports and news.

You also get a five-day free trial, so start early, and check out YouTube TV before (and after) the Academy Awards broadcast.

ABC (with TV Subscription)

The ABC website featuring the Oscars.

If you want to enjoy everything Oscar without having to pay for a full streaming service, ABC has exactly what you need. On the big day, you can stream all the updates live. To use it, you just have to verify your TV provider.

No matter which service you go with, you’ll be able to watch every second of the hottest awards show of the season!

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