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Academy Awards 2019 : Oscar Awards 2019 : Get the latest news about the 2019 Oscars, including nominations, winners, predictions and red carpet fashion at 91st Academy Awards The biggest awards ceremony in the world is almost here and cinema lovers can’t keep calm. However, this time the Academy Awards, .

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predictions and red carpet fashion at 91st Academy Awards Oscar.com. The Oscars All Access for a behind the scenes look at red carpet and Oscars 2019: With no host and no Kendrick Lamar, the 2019 Oscars are looking a little bit rocky. But just because it might be a bit of an unusual ceremony doesn’t mean it’ll be bad. At least they agreed to give all of the awards during the actual telecast again.

The Oscars, also known as the Academy Awards, are a set of awards for outstanding achievement in the film industry given by the Academy of Motion Picture Arts and Sciences. Winners in 24 categories are given a small golden statue to signify their accomplishment.

This year’s embattled production has been beset by a series of missteps — from announcing and scrapping a popular-film category, naming and losing host Kevin Hart and reversing a widely unwelcome decision to announce some of the winners during commercial breaks. Despite all that, the now somewhat crowd-sourced television special will still proceed to honor achievements in film over the past year.

Whether the Academy of Motion Picture Arts and Sciences acknowledges its role in the blunders remains to be seen, but we’ve kept up with all the developments and break some of them down below.

The 91st Academy Awards will again be held at the Dolby Theatre in Hollywood and will be televised live on ABC at 5 p.m. Pacific. The show usually runs about three hours but can go over, so set those DVRs past 8 p.m. if you really want to know which film won best picture without getting a news alert — or a second news alert correcting a “La La Land”-like blunder.

Oscars-centric programming begins on the network much earlier. “On the Red Carpet at the Oscars” begins at 1:30 p.m. Pacific, and “Oscars Opening Ceremony: Live From the Red Carpet” kicks off at 3:30 p.m.

The Oscars will be televised live in more than 225 countries and territories worldwide and will also be streamed live in select markets via abc.com or with the ABC app, but will require credentials for a participating TV provider.

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