2023 Academy Awards: Which streaming platform has more Oscar nominations?
Many are rushing to watch as many Oscar-nominated films before the 95th annual ceremony is held on Sunday. Which streaming service has the most films?
The distribution of Oscar-nominated films across streaming platforms is fairly even, meaning that to watch all of the movies before the 95th Annual Academy Awards on Sunday.
Streaming services with one film | Netflix, Paramount+, and Peacock
Many of the big names only have access to one or a few nominees.
For those with a Netflix account, the only film that can be streamed on that platform is All Quite on the Western Front.
Another streaming service with only one film is NBC’s Peacock, where subscribers can watch Tár.
Top Gun: Maverick can only be streamed through Paramount+.
As for Amazon Prime members, the only film nominated for Best Picture they will be able to see is Women Talking.
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Streaming services with two films | Hulu and HBO Max
Similarly, on Hulu, subscribers can only view the film Triangle of Sadness and Everything Everywhere All at Once. The latter film can also be streamed on Paramount+, Showtime, fuboTVPremium, Sling TVPremium, The Roku Channel, and Amazon Prime Video if subscribers have a premium subscription.
On HBO Max, only The Banshees of Inisherin and Elvis will be able to be streamed.
Films available for purchase
The Fabelmans cannot be streamed on any major platform as a part of a subscription. However, the Golden Globe-winning film can be purchased on Redbox, Vudu, Apple TV, Google Play Movies & TV, Amazon Prime, and YouTube for $5.99.
Avatar: Way of Water
The highly anticipated sequel to the original Avatar cannot yet be streamed through a major platform or purchased online. However, most online movie retailers will add it to their catalog for purchase on 28 March. Later this year, Disney+ plans to add it to its platform as well.