2017 Oscars 89th Academy Awards Red Carpet, Live Stream, Streaming, Online, TV,Date, Time, Get Full 89th Oscars Predictions, Winners, Nominations Here. Watch The Oscars 2017 are just days away, and if you can’t make the trip to the Dolby Theatre in Hollywood, you can still join in on all the red-carpet action.
The Oscars begin at 8:30 p.m. ET, but there’s a lot to watch before then!
The pre-show starts at 7 p.m. ET, and ABC News will be streaming live from the red carpet in Hollywood, California.
From interviews with the stars to analysis of the nominations, stay tuned right here for all the action.
The 89th annual Academy Awards, hosted by Jimmy Kimmel, will air live on ABC.
“I’m not gonna be singing, I’m not gonna dance, I’m not gonna smile,” he joked in an interview with “Good Morning America.” “I probably won’t even inhale the whole night!”
Then, after the pre-show, stay tuned for the official ABC News watch party, live from New York City.
The 2017 Oscars have already seen their fair share of controversy, and we’re not even talking about La La Land’s likely Best Picture win over critical darling Moonlight. In January, President Trump’s controversial immigration ban threw the attendance of some nominees into question.
The Syrian rescue workers at the center of Best Documentary Feature nominee The White Helmets have secured visas to attend the ceremony, but according to the Associated Press, the Department of Homeland Security blocked its cinematographer Khaled Khateeb from entering the country. (Khateed himself has since posted that Syria itself canceled his passport.) And Iranian director (and previous Oscar winner) Asghar Farhadi, who helmed Best Foreign Film nominee The Salesman, declared that he wouldn’t attend the ceremony even if he were granted an exception. The same is true for Salesman star Taraneh Alidoosti.
Since acceptance speeches that call out the president and his policies have become something of a mainstay this awards season, it’s a pretty safe bet that the Oscars will continue that trend.