PSA: The Oscars Aren’t On Channel 9 This Year

PSA: The Oscars Aren’t On Channel 9 This Year
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Some of us will humble and grumble while others will keep refreshing their Twitter feeds to see who’s taken the gong. Either way, the 2020 Oscars is on today and if you’re tuning in to watch the soirée from Australia, you won’t be able to see it on Channel Nine like last year. Here’s where you can catch it.

How To Watch The 2020 Oscars In Australia: Online And Free

The 92nd annual Academy Awards is set to be a corker for film buffs. Can Netflix make history by winning Best Picture? Will Quentin Tarantino finally be recognised by the Academy? Will the comic book character the Joker win another Oscar? All will be revealed this Monday. Unfortunately, most of us will be stuck at our work desks during the live broadcast. If you're keen to see the glitz and glamour unfold in real time, here's how you can watch the Oscars in Australia - live, online and free.

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The 92nd Academy Awards will start from 10.30am AEDT on 10 February and is expected, like every year, to be full of surprises and disappointments. Many have high hopes that fan favourite, the Korean-language Parasite, will take out some top awards outside of the foreign film categories while the usual suspects, like Martin Scorsese’s The Irishman and Tarantino’s Once Upon A Time In Hollywood, are expected to score some of the top awards.

Todd Phillips’ Joker received the most nominations so it’s expected to score a few while 1917, the World War I epic, is tipped to win over the big award of the night — best picture.

It’s bound to be an interesting event either way it goes so it’s worth watching it if you can spare a bit of your time today. The only thing is it’s smack bang in the middle of the day.

Where to watch the 2020 Oscars in Australia

To catch the Oscars, you’ll have to flick to Channel Seven this year after Nine lost out the rights. If you’re not hooked up to a TV, stream it on 7plus and even the Twitter account will be streaming the red carpet event. It starts from 10.30am AEDT for the red carpet event with the ceremony beginning from 12pm AEDT.

If you’ve got work on and there’s no way you can give it a sneaky peak, you’ll be able to watch the encore showing at 7.30pm AEDT on 7Flix. Happy Oscars, film buffs.

Oscars 2020: Watch The Live Stream Here!

This year's Oscars is not one that movie fans will want to miss with some very interesting choices for Best Picture; including Netflix Original The Irishmanand the comic book movie Joker! You can watch the whole Oscars red carpet show and awards ceremony live at this link.

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