What Time Do The Oscars Start? Plus 7 Things You Need To Know


What Time Do The Oscars Start? Plus 7 Things You Need To Know

Looking for the Oscars start time? Well, we've got what time the Oscars premiere and so much more, from what channel the Oscars come on to who is presenting, performing, nominated, and who won Oscars in 2018. Just kidding. We don't know who wins big at the Oscars. We're just going to have to wait until the show to roll around. But, we do have totally accurate predictions. Until then, get ready for the 90th Academy Awards with us! What time do the Oscars start? Read on to find out as well as every other detail you need to know for the 2018 Oscars! So without further adieu, here is everything you need to know about watching the Oscars 2018!

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What Time Do The Oscars Start?

Looking for the 2018 Oscars start time? Well, you're in luck! The 90th Academy Awards airs on March 4, 2018, to honor the best films of 2017. The 2018 Oscars will be filmed at the Dolby Theatre in Hollywood, Los Angeles starting at 5:00 PM PST. But, what time do the Oscars start in your time zone? Well, since the Oscars premieres at 5 PM PST, it will start at 8 PM EST and 7 PM CST. If you need more details, check your local listings for details. But, what channel are the Oscars on?

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What Channel Do The Oscars Come On? 2018

Wondering what channel the Oscars will be on this year? Well, ABC, of course! The Academy Awards have been hosted on ABC for as long as I can remember. So, make sure that when you check your local listings, you check the times for ABC on Sunday, March 4th.

Not sure if the 2018 Oscars will fit in your busy schedule? We don't blame you! So, how long are the Oscars this year?

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How Long Are The Oscars? What Time Do The Oscars End?

Not a fan of the Oscars? Dying to get to your local news? What time will the Oscars end this year? It depends on the show, we're sorry to say. But, the Oscars are typically around 3 hours long. So, that means that the Oscars will likely end after 8 PM PST, 11 PM EST, and 10 PM CST. It's time to get ready for a late Monday morning start! The Oscars are long.

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Who Is Hosting At The Oscars This Year?

Now that you know that the Oscars are super long, who's the host for this year? We definitely need someone who can keep our attention for three whole hours. Good news, late night talk show fans! Jimmy Kimmel will be hosting the 2018 Oscars. Let's hope for a good show. Shall we?

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Who Is Presenting At The Oscars? 2018

The presenters for the 2018 Oscars have been trickling out for the past few weeks. So, who made the cut? Who is presenting at the Oscars this year so far?

  • Gal Gadot
  • Mark Hamill
  • Armie Hammer
  • Oscar Isaac
  • Lin-Manuel Miranda
  • Gina Rodriguez
  • Mahershala Ali
  • Chadwick Boseman
  • Viola Davis
  • Laura Dern
  • Jennifer Garner
  • Tiffany Haddish
  • Eva Marie Saint
  • Wes Studi
  • Kelly Marie Tran
  • Zendaya
  • Greta Gerwig
  • Tom Holland
  • Kumail Nanjiani
  • Margot Robbie
  • Emma Stone
  • Daniela Vega
  • Emily Blunt
  • Sandra Bullock
  • Dave Chappelle
  • Eugenio Derbez
  • Ansel Elgort
  • Jane Fonda
  • Jodie Foster
  • Eiza González
  • Ashley Judd
  • Nicole Kidman
  • Matthew McConaughey
  • Helen Mirren
  • Rita Moreno
  • Lupita Nyong'o
  • Christopher Walken
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Who Is Performing At The Oscars? 2018

The official list for the Oscars 2018 performers has been released for a while. Here's who we expect to perform at the 2018 Oscars this year!

  • Gael García Bernal, Natalia Lafourcade, and Miguel will perform "Remember Me" from Coco.

  • Mary J. Blige will perform "Mighty River" from Mudbound.

  • Common and Andra Day will perform "Stand Up For Something" from Marshall.

  • Keala Settle will perform "This Is Me" from The Greatest Showman.

  • Sufjan Stevens will perform "Mystery of Love" from Call Me by Your Name.

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2018 Oscar Nominations & Predictions

Dying to find out who will win Oscars in 2018? Well, so are we! Check out our full Oscars 2018 nominations list, which we will update with winners as soon as they are announced. Also, feel free to check out our Oscars 2018 predictions, where we base our predictions off of the star signs of our contenders. So, yes. It's very accurate. Clearly.

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When Are The Oscars 2019?

Now that the 2018 Oscars are finally here, we look to the future. When are the 2019 Oscars? When are the 91st Academy Awards? We can top that. When are the Oscars for the next two years?

  • Oscars 2019: February 24

  • Oscars 2020: February 23

Wondering why the Oscars were so late this year? Well, like other shows for the past two weeks, the Oscars decided to hold off until after the 2018 Winter Olympics.