Tonight is the night when we find out whether it will be Moonlight or La La Land, Viola Davies or Naomie Harris and Ryan Gosling or Denzel Washington, who will win big as the 89th Academy Awards takes place in Los Angeles.
Jimmy Kimmel will be the host for this year’s Academy Awards which will see Scarlett Johansson, Leonardo DiCaprio, Brie Larson, Mark Rylance, Samuel L Jackson, Jamie Dornan and Halle Berry all present.
The evening will also include performances from John Legend, Sting and Justin Timberlake.
What a night! But, down to the specifics, where can we actually see all this?
Here’s everything you need to know.
What time are the Oscars on?
The awards are going to take place at the Dolby Theatre in Hollywood, with stars hitting the red carpet from 4pm Los Angeles time which is midnight UK time.
The actual ceremony is scheduled to start at 5.30pm in Los Angeles which is 1.30am here in the UK so if you’re not a night owl you’re going to need a strong caffeine supply.
Where can you watch it?
You’ve essentially got two options for watching the whole show in the UK.
Sky will be showing the whole ceremony on their Sky Cinema Oscars channel with all the action coming to you as it happens.
Or, for those without access to Sky, Now TV will also be showing the live action.
They have a one day deal so you can sign up to watch the show without getting a full subscription for £6.99.
Coverage will start on both channels at 11.30pm with the red carpet action.
If you can’t keep your eyes open that late into the evening then you can catch all the highlights on Sky Living between 8pm-10pm on Monday.
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