Here's How to Watch the 2018 Oscars

No cable, no problem.

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The 90th annual Academy Awards is set to take place on March 4 at Hollywood’s Dolby Theatre in L.A. If you've been keeping tabs on the nominees (opens in new tab), you're likely just as excited to see which of your favorite stars will be taking home the golden statuette. (Throwback to last year when the Academy messed up the Best Picture announcement (opens in new tab).) Luckily, even if you don't have cable, we've outlined a few options so you don't miss the biggest night in film.

Red carpet coverage begins at 6:30 p.m. ET on E!, and the awards ceremony, hosted by Jimmy Kimmel, officially starts at 8:00 p.m ET on ABC. If you have cable and simply don't have a TV, the network has provided an option to stream through ABC Go (opens in new tab)the ABC app (opens in new tab), or directly on (opens in new tab)Hulu Live TV (opens in new tab) is a better option for non-cable subscribers, and you can sign up for a one-month free trial to watch the event. We have a feeling a live stream will also be available here (opens in new tab), though no official confirmation yet from the Oscars.

Stay up-to-date on the latest coverage from the 2018 Oscars here (opens in new tab), and be sure to keep up with us live as we report on the red carpet fashion, the winners, powerful speeches, and more.


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Rachel Epstein
Rachel Epstein

Rachel Epstein is an editor at Marie Claire, where she writes and edits culture, politics, and lifestyle stories ranging from op-eds to profiles to ambitious packages. She also manages the site’s virtual book club, #ReadWithMC. Offline, she’s likely watching a Heat game, finding a new coffee shop, or analyzing your cousin's birth chart—in no particular order.