The Oscars are a big night for movie lovers and anyone who loves to watch Hollywood's biggest stars showing off their hit or miss fashions on the red carpet. The 89th annual Academy Awards will take place at the Dolby Theater in Hollywood, California on Sunday, February 26 and you don't have to miss a minute of all of the glitz and glamor thanks to ABC's live stream available for computers and mobile devices.

From red carpet arrivals to the often long-winded speeches by actors and actresses who will take home a golden Oscars statue tonight, ABC and several other networks will provide live online coverage that will include interviews with the nominees and other celebs as they arrive at Hollywood's Dolby Theater on Sunday night.

Start time and live stream options

The 2017 Oscars begin with red carpet coverage at 7 p.m. ET followed by the awards show at 8:30 p.m. ET. The entire event will be broadcast live on your local ABC TV channel but if you don't have a television nearby, here are some other options.

Viewers can expect to see plenty of pre-show coverage on Facebook Live, Snapchat and via various news outlets' live streams. ABC will then take over the live coverage by streaming the Academy Awards right to your computer, smartphone, tablet, or popular streaming devices like the Apple TV, Chromecast, and Roku.

To watch online, head over to ABCgo and watch online or download the free app. E! Online will also be streaming the red carpet portion of the show online — download the E!

News app so you can watch on your phone or tablet.

Oscars performers

Expect to see dozens of your favorite celebs on stage giving out awards tonight but that's not all. There will be plenty of entertainment including some funny lines from host Jimmy Kimmel and performances by John Legend, Sting, Justin Timberlake, Auli'i Cravalho and Lin-Manuel Miranda.


Which celebs will take home an Academy Award for Best Picture, Best Actor, Best Actor, and more? The official Oscars website has a complete list of nominees so you make your picks and see how well your predictions match up when the winners are named. There's one thing for sure — the movie "La La Land" has a chance to become tonight's big winner. It leads the list with 14 nominations tonight including a Best Actress (Emma Stone) and Best Actor (Ryan Gosling.)