If you are one of the many of millennials who have swapped a television for a Netflix subscription — you can still watch the 2017 Oscars!
If you have Internet access, you can live stream the Academy Awards here.
What can viewers expect from the awards show this year?
Hosting the biggest night in Hollywood is Jimmy Kimmel, who will be doing his best thanks to the political climate of award shows lately.
"There definitely is a point at which that becomes too much. There’s also a point at which it becomes too little," he told the New York Times. "And finding that balance is, for me, the most difficult hurdle, when it comes to this broadcast. We don’t know what our mood in this country is going to be on Sunday. We seem to be in a very temperamental period. We’re having wild mood swings as a nation right now. Hopefully, everyone will be in a good mood that night."
The expected top winner is La La Land with 14 nominations, but viewers may expect some surprises thanks to smaller films such as Moonlight or Manchester by the Sea.
Emma Stone, Meryl Streep, and Ryan Gosling will be in attendance, along with some of last year's big winners such as Leonardo DiCaprio, who is presenting.
Almost guaranteed to walk away with an Oscar is Emma, who shared her excitement after being nominated.
"What a morning. I am so grateful for this honor and I'm so happy to share this feeling with my 'La La Land' family," she said. "The greatest part of life is connecting with people, and I love the deeply talented, kind and passionate people I was lucky enough to work with on this movie. I'm also overjoyed that the movie has connected with audiences in the way it has, and that it's hopefully bringing a kick in their step to those who watch it. This is beyond any of our wildest imaginings and we can't wait to celebrate together."
Justin Timberlake is also performing at the show.
Who are you excited to see?