The Oscars for 2021 have arrived, two months later than normal, but better late than never, right? This awards ceremony, according to Steven Soderbergh, would feel like watching a movie (whatever that means!). , and although David Fincher’s Mank has the most nominations, it appears that Chloé Zhao’s Nomadland will definitely sweep the major categories. With that in mind, you might be wondering how you can watch the Oscars if you don’t have access to a traditional television set. We’re here to assist you.
Years after cord cutting became commonplace, things are changing. Sure, you can tune in to your nearest ABC affiliate on April 25 at 8:00 p.m. to watch the ceremony. E.S.T. (End-of-Season Test) Beginning at 6:30 p.m. EST, there will be some limited red-carpet warmup. If you have a cable or satellite subscription, you can watch it live on ABC’s website. But, let’s be honest, if you do like streaming these activities, you’re probably thinking about cutting the cord or have already done so.
With that in mind, cord cutters have two options: (1) sign up for a free trial of one of the services I’ll list later; or (2) pay for a streaming service like Hulu Live TV, YouTube TV, or FuboTV to watch your local ABC affiliate. If you wanna do so, be advised that Hulu Live is currently going for $64.99 per month; YouTube TV is down for a $65.00 per month charge, and FUBO TV is also weighing in at $65 per month.