The ceremony of the Oscar Awards 2023 will be held this Sunday March 12 from 7:00 pm (Eastern Time), where more than 20 categories will be awarded to the best of world cinema. With several faces known worldwide such as Steven Spielberg, Brendan Fraser, Paul Mescal, Ana de Armas, among others, the 95th edition of the Awards is expected to be a total success and where there will be no type of inconvenience like Will Smith’s. from the last edition. Check here which are the links so you can follow the transmission of this event, schedules and more details.
Oscar 2023 LIVE via TV Azteca and TNT: what time does it start, where to watch and transmission
Oscars 2023 broadcast channels live
If you want to see the transmission of the Oscars 2023 you can do it via TNT, HBO Max or TV Azteca 7 (signal only for Mexico). The first to be mentioned is the international signal valid for all countries, including the United States, while HBO is only for those who have subscribed to this streaming platform.
Oscars 2023 links: where to watch the broadcast?
The main nominations of the Oscars 2023
- Austin Butler (Elvis)
- Colin Farrell (The Spirits of the Island)
- Brendan Fraser (The Whale)
- Paul Mescal (Aftersun)
- Bill Nighy (Living)
- Cate Blanchett (TAR)
- Ana de Armas (Blonde)
- Andrea Riseborough (To Leslie)
- Michelle Williams (The Fabelmans)
- Michelle Yeoh (Everything Everywhere At The Same Time)
- Martin McDonagh (The Spirits of the Island)
- Daniel Kwan and Daniel Scheinert (Everything everywhere at the same time)
- Steven Spielberg for (The Fabelmans)
- Todd Field (TAR)
- Ruben Ostlund (The triangle of sadness)
- No news at the front
- Avatar: The Way of Water
- the spirits of the island
- Everything everywhere at the same time
- The Fabelmans
- Top Gun: Maverick
- The triangle of sadness
- Women Talking
Oscars 2023: the preview of the event
The Oscar are taking place this Sunday, and there are two questions everyone is asking: Will they slap anyone, and can a wacky sci-fi story with sausage fingers and sex toys really win the day? prize for best movie? The most likely answer to the first question is… no. The Academy will have a “crisis team” ready for action Sunday after the episode with Will Smith last year.
The answer to the second question seems to be yes. “Everything Everywhere at the Same Time,” about a Chinese immigrant laundromat owner who battles an interdimensional villain who turns out to be her own daughter, couldn’t be further from the usual winners of the Oscar.
With a charismatic mostly Asian cast that includes the popular Jamie Lee Curtis, it dominated almost every award show in Hollywood and has become the lighthearted film of the season.