Easy Ways to Watch 90th Academy Awards Live Stream Online in HD FREE

Academy Awards or Oscars 2018 will take place on March 4th, 2018 and the awards are presented by AMPAS or Academy of Motion Pictures Arts and Science. This year in March 2018 the best films will get the honor. This year the Oscars will take place in Dolby Theatre in Hollywood, LA, USA. This year Oscars is taking place in the month of March to avoid the clash with Winter Olympic 2018. Jimmy Kimmel, the world-renowned comedian will host the show and this will be the second year when he will host the show.

Oscars 2018


4th March 2018


8 PM ET / 5 PM PT


Dolby Theatre, Hollywood, Los Angeles, California, U.S.


Jimmy Kimmel




Michael De Luca and Jennifer Todd


Glenn Weiss

If you can’t be near the television on the Oscar, don’t worry as a live streaming option is available for you to enjoy 90th Academy Awards. Earlier days, Oscar ceremony is only on TV and radio channels. But now, live streaming is considered to be the best suitable place to watch these loving awards distribution. In addition to telecasting in more than 200 countries, Oscar 2018 is also streaming online. With the live streaming of Oscar 2018, you can able to get pleasure from the most happening awards together with the big red carpet function of this exciting show on the Channel ABC.

Yes! Watching Oscars became that easy and simple for all around the Globe. Now we are only two months away from Oscars or Academy Awards which is taking place in Dolby Theatre, California, US and this will be aired live from Dolby Theatre officially by ABC Television.

One who has a genuine cable connection in the US can watch the show live at their home, office or from any other place in Television and other can also live stream the channel to get the faun of the Academy awards from red carpet till the after party event. Let’s check out some best channels to watch Oscars live stream below.

  • Watching On A Desktop

Abc made the Oscars accessible at ABC’s website when you are in the right market together with a TV provider login. Or else, your best bet will be trying an internet TV option. You can also watch Oscars vicariously through Twitter or get some friends or relatives with cable if possible.

  • Watching Oscars On A Smartphone Or Tablet

Same as above, if you have the login to the right geographic area, you can make use of an ABC app to watch the event.

  • Watching Internationally

In case you are internationally based, the Academy will helpfully put the list, which gives the international networks having the rights to broadcast the celebration. So, check there for getting your local broadcaster.


Everything You Need to Know about Academy Awards 2018

Pop the popcorn and pour the champagne because Oscar night is almost here!

Hollywood’s biggest stars will flock to the Dolby Theater in Los Angeles on Sunday to celebrate the 90th Academy Awards.

The Academy of Motion Picture Arts and Sciences announced the nominees back in January. While viewers won’t know the winners until the opening of the envelopes, they can still predict who will take home a trophy based on previous award show winners. Gary Oldman, for instance, is favored to win Best Actor in a Leading Role after taking home a Golden Globe and a SAG Award for Darkest Hour. Allison Janney is also expected to win Best Actress in a Supporting Role after winning the same awards for I, Tonya.

Of course, there’s so much more viewers need to know besides who to include in their Oscar ballot. Don’t worry! We have you covered. Here are seven things you need to know before the Oscars 2018.

1. Jimmy Kimmel is the host

Even last year’s Best Picture flub couldn’t keep him away.

That’s right! Jimmy Kimmel is hosting the Oscars for the second year in a row. The event is a family affair for the Jimmy Kimmel Live! star. In an interview with E! News, Kimmel said his wife Molly McNearney and his cousin Sal Iacono are helping him write jokes for the big night.

2. The Academy decides who wins

The Academy of Motion Picture Arts and Sciences votes on who takes home an Oscar. Members must work in the production of theatrically released films; however, their role can vary from actor to writer.

3. The Shape of Water is in the lead

With 13 nods, The Shape of Water heads into the night with the most nominations. Besides being up for Best Picture, its director Guillermo Del Toro is up for Best Directing. In addition, Sally Hawkins is a contender for Best Actress in a Leading Role and Richard Jenkins and Octavia Spencer are up for Oscars in the Supporting Role categories.

Dunkirk has the second most nominations with eight nods and Three Billboards Outside Ebbing, Missouri enters the night with seven.

4. You’ll see some newbies

While the award show is exciting for everyone, it’s especially exhilarating for first-time nominees—and there are quite a few this year. Mary J. Blige is making her Oscar debut with two nominations. The singer is up for Best Actress in a Supporting Role for her work in Mudbound and Best Original Song for “Mighty River.”

Margot Robbie is also up for her first Oscar for her leading role in I, Tonya, and Timothée Chalamet is a first-time nominee for his role in Call Me by Your Name. Daniel Kaluuya is also a contender for the first time for his role in Get Out.

5. You’ll also see which celebrities were left off the list

Sometimes celebrities are nominated for one award show but not for another. Both Jessica Chastain and Tom Hanks, for instance, received Golden Globe nominations for their work in Molly’s Game and The Post, respectively. However, neither star received an Oscar nod. And even though Wonder Woman won Outstanding Performance by a Stunt Ensemble in a Motion Picture at the SAG Awards, the movie didn’t receive any recognition from the Academy.

James Franco also won the Golden Globe for Best Actor in a Motion Picture (Musical or Comedy) for his work in The Disaster Artist. However, he didn’t receive an Oscar nomination following a series of sexual misconduct allegations.

There can also be a few surprise nominees. Even though Greta Gerwig and Jordan Peele didn’t get love at the Golden Globes, they’re both in the running for a Best Directing Oscar.

6. Gal Gadot, Chadwick Boseman and Sandra Bullock are presenting

Don’t see your favorite star on the nominations list? There’s a chance he or she is presenting. Gal Gadot from Wonder Woman, Chadwick Boseman from Black Panther and Mahershala Ali from Spider-Man: Into the Spider-Verse are just a few of the “super” celebrities presenting on Sunday. Sandra Bullock, Emma Stone, Viola Davis, Emily Blunt, Dave Chappelle and Jane Fonda are expected to hand out awards, as well. In addition, Warren Beatty and Faye Dunaway are reportedly returning to the stage to present Best Picture after last year’s mix-up.

7. It all starts Sunday 8:00 p.m. ET/5:00 pm EST on ABC

The 90th Academy Awards airs Sunday, Mar. 4 at 8:00 p.m. ET/5:00 p.m. PT on ABC. You can also stream the award show through ABC Go and the ABC app. In addition, subscription-based services like YouTube TV, Sling TV, DirecTV and Playstation Vue are streaming the Oscars through ABC.

Sunday, Mar. 4 to watch the Countdown to the Red Carpet: The 2018 Academy Awards special at 1 p.m. ET/ 10 a.m. PT

the 90th Academy Awards: Best Picture, Actress, Actor, Director

It’s a sad state of affairs when legions of supercilious, toff-ish, Oxford-educated, rampant redcoat Brits, not to mention virtually every British cab, bus and truck driver, know more about what’s going to happen at the 2018 Oscars (after Jimmy Kimmel’s monologue) than Americans do. And it’s even more tragically ironic that the betting in London on the Oscars is so heavy. But it’s a fact that the British Academy of Film and Television Awards (the BAFTAs), held two weeks ago, are an uncanny Oscar-nod prognosticator for London bookies and their thousands of players. Who play the Oscars most aggressively.

Ergo, for American players and at-home couch bettors, this tactic is key: Before diving into your Sunday pools, take a long, hard look at what the money in the hands of our beloved gimlet-eyed London bookies is saying. Forget the travel ban and the steel tariffs, what say we make America great again by taking the Oscars back.  They’re our Oscars, darn it.  Get to work betting, America!

All odds quoted below come from the UK’s Oddschecker megatote, the online hunting dog/aggregator of all British bookies’ odds. We’re going to go with the major categories on offer in London here only, as the London bookies themselves do, figuring that all the inside-baseball technical Oscars are better left to the sensibilities of Americans.

To wit, by category, pending another entertaining screw-up by PriceWaterhouse, here’s what the London money is saying will happen on Sunday:

Best Picture: The clear favorite in Great Britain mirrors the clear favorite in the US, namely Three Billboards Outside Ebbing, Missouri, henceforth in this dispatch, 3BB. The crucial note for the American player here is that the British bookies know this, and are cutting the odds very fine, hovering between 10/11 and 11/10, with two bookies down even finer, at 19/20 and 21/20, respectively. What the Brits are telling us is that only huge money down will get you about one beer on this bet. Or! Call your mother’s distant cousins in London and have them put a few thousand down on 3BB. Then you’ll maybe get a dinner out. The Shape of Water (SoW) is running second as expected, at 6/4 and 15/8 on the Oddschecker mega-board. Sadly, for us, the most ‘American’ of offerings, Spielberg’s The Post, starring the ultimate American icons, Streep and Hanks, is languishing in the British view from 50/1 to 150/1, just a hair above Phantom Thread.

Best Actress: In this category, again, as noted from the BAFTA results, the American hivemind is not much different from that of our hard-nosed bookie brethren in London. It’s all about Frances McDormand forever, God bless her and her amazing work. But in London, it’s always about the cut and the play of the swordfight, so what the money is telling us about this bet is interesting. She’s sitting super-duper low, from 1/25 (at Bet365) up to 1/12 (at Coral), which is to say, get your London cousins to call Coral, now, darnit! Saoirse Ronan is running a distant second, and Sally Hawkins behind that at an average 12/1 and 20/1, respectively. Margot Robbie in I, Tonya? The London money says: Fuggedaboutit. She’s running 16/1 to 25/1 and the odds look to go higher against her as Sunday rolls to us. As for the best American actress, hands-down, in generations, Meryl Streep? She’s languishing at 100/1 for The Post.

Best Actor: Why does everybody care about this category? Well, for one thing, it means millions, if not hundreds thereof, for any producer/director/and-or actor in the mix. But for the London black-cab drivers and hardy UK truckers whose money is here in the tote, it means more beer. More rounds for the blokes at the local. (Take the hint: For the last thousand years of the British monarchy and Empire, there has been no more passionate reason for betting in England than that.) So, what’s the London money saying? Winston Churchill trumps all, bay-bee. WWII. The Battle of Britain. All that. The absolute best price you can get right now in London on (the most deserving) Gary Oldman is 1/20, which is to say, call your cousins and put a thousand pounds on him and buy them a bottle of champers. Oldman goes down from there, to 1/41, which is… not worth the time, or the dime.

Best Director: Paging Guillermo del Toro! Mr. del Toro, please pick up the red courtesy phone! London’s most discerning money handlers have shorted Mr. del Toro to a fare-thee-well, from 1/10 to 1/14. The best you can do in this category is to go long, and differently, to Jordan Peele, at 40/1 tonight in London. That is a fun bet. If it doesn’t screw up your own Oscar-party evening’s end megatote, or even if it does, go for it. Too much fun to pass up, Mr. Nolan.

Best Supporting Actress: As we might expect, Allison Janney‘s chances in London are very, very high, and London’s betting on her reflects it. At this writing she’s sitting at 3/19 and 1/8. The closest competitor is of course Laurie Metcalf, at 9/2 and at 6/1, followed by Mary J. Blige at 20/1 and 25/1.

Best Supporting Actor: It can be that the British are attempting a complete mind-body-and-soul takeover of Hollywood, which is a conspiracy that we need to keep an eye on. It’s a multi-decade affair, using the English language and their superior education and elocution. But in this category, Sam Rockwell, an actual American, seems to have the lead in the British betting hivemind, at 1/10, and it’s heartening to report that the next up, Willem Dafoe, an American, clocks in at a respectable 15/2. The estimable Christopher Plummer weighs in at the end at 20/1.