Hollywood’s biggest night is happening tonight!

After a delay due to the ongoing pandemic, the Oscars is coming back! Many Oscar-nominated films debuted on streaming sites this year including Netflix and Amazon.

Now, it’s time to see which projects did it best! The Academy is aiming to make this year’s ceremony “an intimate, in-person event.” It will be filmed at both the Union Station in Los Angeles, California as well as the Dolby Theatre in Hollywood.

The nominees of the Oscars will celebrate with a 90-minute pre-show gathering at the Union Station, where they will enjoy cocktails. With this year’s event being in person, there will of course be lots of glamour, and we cannot wait!

Here’s everything you need to know ahead of tuning into tonight’s award ceremony.

How can you watch?

You can tune into the show at 8PM EST on ABC, online, and of course the ABC app. In addition, streaming sites such as AT&T, Hulu + Live TV, and YouTube will offer the programming.

Who will host the 2021 Oscars?

For the third consecutive year, there will not be a host for this year’s ceremony.

Who will present?

Expect to see many of your favorite celebrities such as Angela Bassett, Halle Berry, Regina King, Reese Witherspoon, Zendaya, Harrison Ford, and many more to present.

Who is nominated?

This year, actresses Viola Davis is nominated for Best Actress in a Leading Role for her role in Ma Rainey’s Black Bottom. In addition, Andra Day, Vaness Kirby, Frances McFormand, and Carey Milligan are all in the running as well for the same category. Riz Ahmed, late Chadwick Boseman, Anthony Hopkins, Gary Oldman, and Steven Yeun are all nominated for Best Actor in a Leading Role.

For the complete list of nominees, click View