How To Watch the Oscar Nominations Online

It's that time of year where the biggest and brightest stars in Hollywood are celebrated for their showstopping performances, direction, and their awe-inspiring visual effects.

Yes, that's right. It's time for the Oscars. Or, at least, it's almost time for the Academy Awards, but first comes the nominations.

From Best Actor to Best Film, to Best Foreign Language Film, there will no doubt be a lot of great options to choose from, and the shortlist will be announced on Tuesday, February 8.

The nominations will begin very early in the morning on Tuesday, February 8 with the shortlist being announced at 8:18 a.m. EST, which is 5:18 a.m. PST.

Despite the early wake-up call, the nominations will not take hours to be revealed, like the March ceremony often does, because there's little time to spare when there are 120 entries in 23 categories to announce.

Leslie Jordan and Tracee Ellis Ross have been chosen to announce the nominations, which will likely be revealed during a 30-minute show.

The livestream will be available to watch on the Academy's website Oscar.com, and Oscars.org, as well as on its social media platforms on Twitter, YouTube and Facebook.

As well as being presented on the Oscars' official channels, the nominations are expected to be shown on news programs via national broadcast and streaming platforms like Good Morning America.

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