Here’s what you need to know about the Oscars on Sunday.
How to find out where the Oscars are at.
It’s going to be a busy weekend at the Academy Awards.
You can watch the ceremony live on Facebook Live (and Twitter) starting at 10:00am BST, and the show will be broadcast in full on NBC, ABC, CBS, Fox and BBC.
The first broadcast of the ceremony will take place at 8:00pm BST on Sunday, with the final broadcast on 8:45pm BST.
Which celebrities will be appearing?
As with most major awards, the big stars and the big awards ceremonies have dominated the news cycle this week, and they’re also the only ones you should be paying attention to.
Here are the stars who are likely to be at the Oscars this year.
What to watch for at the ceremony: The ceremony will be streamed live online at Nike+, and a special channel will air every minute.
To see what to expect from the show, we’ve broken down the big moments from the Oscars into two sections: the winners and the nominees.
We’ll also break down some of the highlights from the nominees in each category, including a few surprises.
Which stars will be on the red carpet?
The Oscars are set to be one of the biggest television events of the year, so it’s a good idea to have a little bit of extra time in the lead-up to the ceremony.
As well as celebrities such as Brad Pitt, Sandra Bullock, Leonardo DiCaprio, Emma Stone, Ellen Page, Rooney Mara and Michelle Williams, you can also tune in to watch celebrities like Justin Bieber, Jennifer Lawrence and Natalie Portman in the red-carpet area.
What else is happening?
You’ll be able to watch more than 50% of the Oscars ceremony online on the NBC website, and we’ve put together a handy guide to help you keep up to date.
If you’re lucky, you may also be able get in to see the Oscars in person at the Red Carpet on Sunday evening, when you can get your tickets to see a show that will make you look like a star.
How do I catch up on all the Oscars news?
Follow the links below to find the latest news on the Oscars.
Live stream: NBC , ABC, CBS, Fox , BBC , ESPN , Fox Sports, Netflix , Amazon , Spotify , Facebook Live , YouTube , Snapchat , Instagram , Apple , Google+ , Roku , PlayStation , Xbox , Nintendo , Oculus , Steam , Microsoft , Yahoo!
, T-Mobile , and Apple TV.
Naked, Live Stream, SnapChat, Apple , YouTube , Netflix, Amazon Prime , Hulu, Amazon Fire TV, Roku, Xbox, Nintendo Switch, PlayStation, Xbox One, Sony , Wall Street Journal, Yahoo!, Forbes, CNET, TechCrunch, BBC, and BBC News .