When and Where to Watch the Oscar Noms

The best thing about the Razzie nominations being announced today, apart from the fact that they're the Razzie nominations? It means that we're just one night away from the official Oscar nominations announcements, which are set to take place in LA bright and early tomorrow morning. And then, we're only two months away from the actual ceremony! Great news.

So, that said — how can you partake in all this excitement and watch the Oscar nominations live for yourself tomorrow? Well, first things first: You're going to have to wake up really early, especially if you're chilling in that warm weather and getting a damn good tan over on the west coast. The nominations press conference takes place on Jan. 16 at 5:38 a.m. PST, which means that over on the east coast, you're going to want to tune in at 8:38 a.m. EST. Got that?

Now, as for where to watch: This year, the Academy is reportedly streaming the nominations through their YouTube page here, so your best bet would be to keep track of that account, as well as of the official Oscars website for more details.

We will, of course, have the list of nominations in full tomorrow morning as they're announced.

And hey, don't forget! The nominations will be announced by Chris Hemsworth — so even though you have to get up early, at least you'll have some eye candy to look at while you sip your first of many coffees of the day.

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