On Sunday evening (22 February) the Oscars are taking place, and if you’re anything like us, you’ll be having couple of extra coffees and staying up late to - hopefully! - cheer on all the Brit winners.
But where can you watch the Academy Awards in the UK?
There are a few options for films fans, and let’s not forget the red carpet coverage either, where we’ll get our first glimpse at the stars, as they nervously head in to the Dolby Theatre for the Los Angeles ceremony.
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Red carpet coverage kicks off on E! at 10.30pm on Sunday, while the Sky Oscars coverage of arrivals begins at 11.30pm.
UK viewers with no access to these channels can watch E!’s red carpet stream on their website, from 10.30pm.
The ceremony itself then begins on Sky Oscars at 1.30am, and is estimated to finish at 5am. Both BT and Virgin Media customers can pay to watch Sky Movies channels. You can also watch it on Now TV, if you have the Sky Movies pass.
Of course, if you don’t tune in to watch the events as they happen, don’t forget we’ll be bringing you all the red carpet pictures, winners’ speeches and awards news on our dedicated Oscars page.