The Academy Awards are back with the iconic awards show’s first ceremony since COVID-19 changed everything about live events. While the Oscars have been pushing to get back to something resembling the pre-pandemic norm, the ceremony will still be quite different to years past. Here’s how you can watch it for yourself.
The most notable difference in this year’s event will be the location. While certain parts of the show will be streamed from within the show’s normal home of the Dolby Theatre, the majority of it will take place in an open-air venue at Los Angeles’ Union Station.
Parts of the show will also be streamed from international locations–such as a performance of Eurovision Song Contest: The Story of Fire Saga’s nominated song Husavik performed in the town of Húsavík, Iceland–though the event organisers are looking to cut down on Zoom call-ins wherever possible.