Here's Everything You Need To Know About What Time The Oscars Start And Where You Can Watch It
Tonight is the night, lads. Six-time nominee Leonardo DiCaprio is going to finally scoop an Oscar, after years of heartbreak and near misses. I can feel it in my bones.
"But what time does this (hopefully) historic occasion kick off and where can I watch it?" I hear you cry.
Well, the 88th Academy Awards ceremony will take place at the Dolby Theater in Hollywood, California, and the red carpet coverage starts around 7pm.
The ceremony itself will begin at 8.30pm, so that means it all gets going around midnight on this side of the pond.
In the UK, the Oscars are streamed exclusively by Sky. If you fancy watching it on the telly, it will be broadcast on Sky Movies Oscars. The channel has been specifically set up for the awards and is available to customers who have Sky TV and Sky Q, Virgin Media, BT and TalkTalk.
If you would rather watch it online you'll need to be an existing customer, or you can purchase a NowTV Sky Movies pass from nowtv.com. You're welcome.
Leo (who is one of our personal favourites, if you didn't know) will go head to head in the Best Actor category with Michael Fassbender, Eddie Redmayne, Bryan Cranston and Matt Damon.
Another one of our personal favorites, Jennifer Lawrence, is up for the Best Actress gong along with Cate Blanchett, Brie Larson, Charlotte Rampling and Saoirse Ronan.
To see the full list of nominations, click here.