Where to Watch the 2024 Oscars If You Missed It Live

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Robert Downey Jr., Da'Vine Joy Randolph, Emma Stone and Cillian Murphy celebrating their Oscars wins (Getty Images)

The Barbenheimer showdown came to a head at this year’s Oscars, where “Oppenheimer” was far more victorious than “Barbie” but Greta Gerwig’s pink-tinted blockbuster stole the show with showstopping performances. But if you missed the Oscars live, don’t worry — you can still watch the Oscars on demand.

Here’s everything you need to know about where to watch this year’s ceremony.

When were the Oscars?

This year’s Oscars ceremony was on Sunday, March 10, taking place at The Dolby Theater in Hollywood, as it has for more than 20 years now.

Are the Oscars streaming on demand?

Yes, you can watch the Oscars on demand with a Hulu subscription. While the show wasn’t streaming live, it’s now available to watch on Hulu in its entirety which means you can see best moments like Ryan Gosling’s “I’m Just Ken” performance, Emma Stone’s adorable acceptance speech and all that “Oppenheimer” domination.

Who won the big awards?

“Oppenheimer” led the 2024 Academy Award nominations heading into the show, with 13 nods for director Christopher Nolan’s film about the making of the atomic bomb. The film walked away with seven wins including Best Picture, Best Director for Christopher Nolan, Best Actor for Cillian Murphy and Best Original Score and Best Cinematography.

Coming in second was “Poor Things” which won four Oscars including Best Actress for Emma Stone, while “Barbie” won one award (Best Original Song for Billie Eilish and Finneas‘ “What Was I Made For?”).

And coming up empty were films like “Killers of the Flower Moon,” “Past Lives” and “Maestro.”

See the full list of winners here.

Are the Best Picture nominees streaming?

Many of them are, yes. Here’s where to watch them:

  • “Oppenheimer” – Peacock
  • “Killers of the Flower Moon” – Apple TV+
  • “Poor Things” – Hulu
  • “Barbie” – Max
  • “Anatomy of a Fall” – Hulu (starting March 22)
  • “The Holdovers” – Peacock
  • “Maestro” – Netflix
  • “Past Lives” – Paramount+
  • “American Fiction” – Fubo TV


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