How to Watch the 2023 Oscar Nominations Livestream

How to Watch the 2023 Oscar Nominations Livestream ...

With the Academy Award livestream, it's officially Oscar season.

The 2023 Oscar nominees for the 95th Academy Awards will be announced livestreamed on Tuesday, January 24. Riz Ahmed ("Sound of Metal," "The Night Of") and Allison Williams ("M3GAN," "Get Out," "Girls") will list out the nominees for this year's tight Oscar race.

The Academy's Samuel Goldwyn Theater will air 8:30 a.m. ET/5:30 a.m. PT on ABC. Ahmed and Williams will also be livestreaming on Goodmorningamerica.com, Disney+, Oscars.org, and the Academy's social media platforms, including Twitter, Facebook, and YouTube.

The 95th Academy Awards will be held on Sunday, March 12 at the Dolby Theatre in Los Angeles. Jimmy Kimmel is expected to reprise his role as host, along with broadcasting on ABC.com, Hulu Live TV, and YouTubeTV.

"Top Gun: Maverick," "The Fabelmans," and "TR." Colin Farrell vs. Austin Butler vs. Brendan Fraser is expected to continue their Best Actor victories following their respective Golden Globes wins for "Elvis" and "Banshees of Inisherin," as well as Fraser's Critics Choice award for "The Whale."

The Academy will recognize big blockbuster films like "Avatar: The Way of Water," "Black Panther: Wakanda Forever," and "Top Gun: Maverick," according to IndieWire's Anne Thompson. "Glass Onion: A Knives Out Mystery," "All Quiet on the Western Front," "Babylon," and "She Said" might be Best Picture contenders.

After "Schindler's List" and "Saving Private Ryan," Steven Spielberg, who directed "The Fabelmans," is expected to win his third Best Director award. If recognized by the Academy, the Daniels ("Everything All at Once") and Todd Field ("TR") would be the first to nominate Spielberg for Best Adapted Screenplay for both "In the Bedroom" and "Little Children."

After criticism for allowing to broadcast pre-recordings of eight categories throughout the telecast, the 2023 Oscars will be held two weeks earlier than the 2022 ceremony.

In May 2022, an internal poll was reportedly circulated among Academy members, asking for feedback on the pre-recorded rollout, which altered portions of the winners' acceptance speeches into the live presentation. The poll aims to assess the impact — whether positive, negative, or neutral — the 2022 creative changes had on viewers, attendees, and voters as a whole. The survey also reportedly asks members if the Oscars fan favorite award should continue via Twitter voting.

In November 2022, Bill Kramer, the CEO of the Academy of Motion Picture Arts and Sciences, announced that "all categories will be included in the live broadcast."

Kramer said, "We are committed to presenting a program that honors the artisans, the arts, and sciences, as well as the collaborative nature of moviemaking." "This is very much what the Academy aims to accomplish, and I am very optimistic that we may produce a program that honors all aspects of filmmaking in an entertaining and engaging manner."

"I think we are able to honor our legacy while bringing the Academy forward," he added. "My entire statement right now is that our 95th Oscars are extremely important to us. I think it establishes a really interesting rhythm for our 100th anniversary."