The Oscars will be airing on live TV on February 24 and 25, but there are some things you need just in case.
First up, we have the date and times for the event itself.
It will take place on the evening of February 24 at the Dolby Theatre in Hollywood, California.
It is set to be the biggest night of the year for movies and TV shows, with a staggering 90 nominees, including a surprise award for Best Picture.
Here are the times for those who are interested:The Oscars will take a special place in the heart of Hollywood for the first time ever.
It’s the world’s biggest entertainment and arts festival and will feature a record-breaking line-up of more than 150 films and TV series, including 20 live events, three live concerts, two documentaries, two films on the Oscars, two live shows on the Academy Awards, one concert, one comedy special, one awards show and more.
There will be plenty of action in the running of the awards.
The Academy of Motion Picture Arts and Sciences will be hosting a ceremony for the nominations of its nominated films and the nominees of the nominated TV shows.
Then there will be an award ceremony, followed by a screening of the nominees for the best film.
And here’s how you can watch the ceremony:As you can see, there’s a whole lot going on.
The Oscars are usually held in the same city each year.
However, there will also be an event in the UK which will be broadcast live on the BBC on February 25.
It can be watched here:A big part of the ceremony will be watching the nominations.
There will be three categories, with the first being the Best Picture nomination, the second Best Actor nomination and the third Best Actress nomination.
And, of course, there are the awards show.
The ceremony will last around 10 hours and feature more than 100 celebrities.
The show will also air on BBC One on February 26 at 7:00pm.
Here’s the full list of nominees for Best Film:The best films from the 2016 Oscars, which were chosen by a panel of judges, will be screened live on BBC Four and BBC One.
Here is the list of nominated films for Best Actress:The list of nominations for Best Actor:The nominees for best picture will be announced on February 27 and there will then be a live screening of selected films.
The ceremony will take just under 10 hours.
Here comes the line-ups of the films and shows nominated for Best Movie:The film is nominated for a best director, screenwriter, actor, director of photography, cinematographer, editor, sound mixer and cinematographic designer award.
There are a number of special events being held for the nominees and winners.
There are also live performances by some of the stars, such as Daniel Craig, Tom Hiddleston and Robert De Niro.
The Oscars are also streaming on demand.
Here, we are giving you a quick look at the best way to watch the Oscars.
We’ve compiled all the best ways to watch, including all the information you need about watching the Oscars live, and here are the most important dates and times.
You can watch Oscars on the internet and via mobile.
If you want to watch on TV, it will be available on BBC iPlayer and the BBC Sport app.
The BBC iPlay app is also available.
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