Looking to stream the Oscars live online from Canada, the US, the UK, or anywhere else in the world? The Oscars (or Academy Awards) ceremony is the hottest awards show of the season, with Hollywood’s biggest stars coming together to see who will be the winners (and losers) of the statues. Honorable Oscars. The 95th Annual Academy Awards will take place at the Dolby Theater in Los Angeles on Sunday, March 12 at 8:00 p.m. ET (5:00 p.m. PT / 01:00 GMT), despite the run. The much-anticipated red carpet will begin much sooner. You can watch full show live stream for free from anywhere in the world.

Here’s how to watch the 2023 Academy Awards ceremony without cable and live stream the Oscars for free online.

In the United States, ABC broadcasts the 2023 Oscars. Anyone with their cable TV plan can easily access the channel. To watch ABC online or on the ABC Go mobile app, simply sign in with your US cable provider’s credentials.

If you don’t have a cable plan but subscribe to a superior service, you might be in luck. YouTube TV, fuboTV and Hulu with Live TV all provide access to ABC

Australia: While viewers in other countries may need to log into a cable provider’s account or out-of-the-box services to watch the Oscars online, things are simpler for Australian viewers. The entire event will be broadcast for free on Channel Seven (The Seven Network). This means you can stream the Oscars for free through 7plus. Coverage will begin at 12:00 p.m. AEDT on March 13, repeating at 8:45 p.m. that evening.

In the United Kingdom, Sky will broadcast the Oscars ceremony, with the awards starting at 01:00 GMT on Sky Cinema Oscars. For those who can’t stay awake to watch the full event, a highlight show will air on Monday night.

For Canadian audiences, the easiest way to watch the Oscars is on CTV. This channel allows you to stream its content, but you need to log in with your Canadian cable provider credentials. CTV offers mobile apps so you can watch the Oscars on the go.

Oscars 2023 Host, Presenters, Performers

As usual, this year’s Oscars ceremony will be a star-gathering event.
After having three hosts last year – Regina Hall, Amy Schumer and Wanda Sykes – the Oscars will return to a solo host in 2023, with Jimmy Kimmel once again leading the way.
Presenters for this year’s Oscars include Michael B. Jordan, Halle Berry, Harrison Ford, Pedro Pascal, Florence Pugh, Andrew Garfield, Kate Hudson and Little Mermaid star Halle Bailey.
There were also some top singers on stage: Rihanna geared up for her first Oscar win, nominated for her song “Lift Me Up” from the Black Panther: Wakanda Forever soundtrack. Lenny Kravitz will also perform in the “In Memoriam” segment.
Other performers include actresses Sofia Carson and Diane Warren, who will perform Warren’s song “Applause” from Tell It Like a Woman; Indian singer Rahul Sipligunj and former Kaala Bhairava, who will perform “Naatu Naatu” from the Telugu hit RRR; and David Byrne, Stephanie Hsu and Son Lux, who will perform “This Is a Life” from the Everything Everywhere All at Once soundtrack.

Meanwhile, Lady Gaga is nominated for “Hold My Hand” from Top Gun: Maverick, but she won’t be performing at this year’s Oscars.