How to Livestream the Oscars 

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This Sunday is the Oscars. Red Carpet coverage starts at 6:30pm ET/ 3:30pm PT and the actual awards show begins at 8pm ET/ 5pm PT on ABC.

If you have a television, the cheapest and easiest way to watch all the action is to just tune in. ABC is free over-the-air using a digital antenna, and anyone with the most basic of cable subscriptions should have access.

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If you don’t have a television or are just spending the evening away from it, you still have options.

ABC App

ABC is offering a livestream of the ceremony on BC.com as well as the ABC app, but you’ll need to login through a cable provider. If you have cable but will just be away from your television for the show, this is probably your cheapest and easiest solution.

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Streaming Services

DirecTV Now, Hulu With Live TV, YouTubeTV, SlingTV, and FuboTV all offer a livestream of ABC in most markets, and all four offer free trials of their service. The key word there is “most” so make sure your area is supported before you sign up for one.

If you forget to cancel that free trial, all four run $40/month. PlayStation Vue also offers ABC in most markets, but prices its service slightly higher at $45/month. FuboTV also goes up to $45/month after your first month.

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What if I miss it?

If you miss the live broadcast, you’ll be able to catch a recording of it on Hulu on Monday. It will also be available on ABC’s site and through its app until March 3rd.

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