The 92nd Academy Awards ceremony premieres on February 9, 2020, honoring movies released in 2019. With categories like Best Actor in a Supporting Role, Best Cinematography, Best Music (Original Score) and more, everyone who contributes to a film has a chance to be recognized for their hard work.

 

Want to catch up on all the nominated films you haven’t seen yet? Here’s how you can view them before the Oscars:

 

Stream

 

In the last few years, original films by streaming platforms have received almost as many nominations as films that debuted in theaters, this year being no exception.

 

These Oscar-nominated films are all Netflix-exclusives and currently available for streaming on their platform:

 

“The Irishman”, nominated for 11 Oscars total

“Marriage Story”, nominated for 6 Oscars

“The Two Popes”, nominated for 3 Oscars

“I Lost My Body”, nominated for Best Animated Movie

“Klaus”, nominated for Best Animated Movie

“American Factory”, nominated for Best Documentary

“The Edge of Democracy”, nominated for Best Documentary

“Life Overtakes Me”, nominated for Best Documentary Short

 

“The Lion King” (live action), “Avengers: Endgame”, and “Kitbull” are currently available on Disney+, with “Frozen 2” and “Toy Story 4” joining them in February. Stop by your nearest Cellular Sales store to see how you can get a month of Disney+ on us.

 

“How to Train Your Dragon: The Hidden World”, “Missing Link”, “Honeyland”, and “Learning to Skateboard in a War Zone (If You’re a Girl) are all available for streaming on Hulu.

 

Some films are even available for streaming on YouTube, including “For Sama”, “In the Absence”, and “Hair Love”.

 

 

Rent / Buy

 

Some Oscar-nominated films aren’t available for free streaming yet. However, you can still rent or buy these films through different streaming services like Amazon Prime, iTunes, Google Play and more.

 

“Joker”, nominated for 11 Oscars

“Once Upon a Time in Hollywood”, nominated for 10 Oscars

“Parasite”, nominated for 6 Oscars

“Ford v Ferrari”, nominated for 4 Oscars

“Pain and Glory”, nominated for Best Actor and Best International Film

“Harriet”, nominated for Best Actress and Best Original Song

“Judy”, nominated for Best Actress and Best Makeup and Hairstyling

“Ad Astra”, nominated for Best Sound Mixing

“Maleficent: Mistress of Evil”, nominated for Best Makeup and Hairstyling

“Rocketman”, nominated for Best Original Song

“The Lighthouse”, nominated for Best Cinematography

 

 

See in Theaters

 

Lastly, for the full cinematic experience, you can still catch some of these films in theaters, including:

 

“1917”, nominated for 10 Oscars

“Jojo Rabbit”, nominated for 6 Oscars

“Little Women”, nominated for 6 Oscars

“Bombshell”, nominated for 3 Oscars

“Star Wars: The Rise of Skywalker”, nominated for 3 Oscars

“A Beautiful Day in the Neighborhood”, nominated for Best Supporting Actor

“Knives Out”, nominated for Best Original Screenplay

“Richard Jewell”, nominated for Best Supporting Actress

 

 

Thankfully, streaming services aren’t just for movies. With YouTube TV, you can stream the Oscars live right from your tablet, TV or smartphone. Check out your favorite celebrities on the red carpet, revisit your favorite films from the last year, and see which films brought home the most awards, all from the palm of your hand.

 

Even better, if you’re a Verizon customer, you can get your first month of YouTube TV completely free! Stream over 70 live channels, including local sports and news, and record your favorite shows with unlimited storage space. There are no contracts and no cable boxes – just instant TV on all your devices.

 

Interested in giving YouTube TV a try? Swing by your nearest Cellular Sales store to get your free trial of YouTube TV started!