The Oscars, a highly coveted achievement for artists, a dream come true, significant prestige for those involved in the entertainment industry, and a ceremony eagerly anticipated around the globe. Each year, the enthusiasm for the announcement of the Oscar winners reaches a fever pitch and Amazon has decided to keep the fire ignited and add a touch of excitement as Amazon Fire TV launches dedicated Oscars Hub to let users predict the winners.
Takeaway from the news:
- Amazon Fire TV hosts Oscars hub
- Users can predict winners and cast their votes.
- Seven major categories
- Watch current nominated films and also from the past.
- Users can also watch live-streaming of the Academy Awards.
Did you just say, “Alexa, vote for the Oscars?” Amazon on its Fire TV services announced the launch of a specialized Oscars hub where movie pundits have the opportunity to watch the nominations, predict, and cast their vote for Oscar winners via the interactive social interactive ballot experience “Oscar predictions.”
The Oscars are just around the corner, and Fire TV is bringing excitement to your living room from March 6 to March 20 by hosting a dedicated Oscars hub. The intriguing experience of predictions and casting the vote for Oscar winners starts on March 7, under which users can vote from the Fire TV screen, under seven major categories that include “Best Actor in a Leading Role”, “Best Actress in a Leading Role”, “Best Adapted Screenplay”, “Best Director” and so on. The predictions can also be shared on social media platforms or via text, adding to the fun and anticipation of the event. Following the Academy Awards, users will receive an accuracy score.
“Alexa, go to the Oscars collection” allows users to access all 2023-nominated films, past winners, and archived nominees. This can also be accessed directly from the Fire TV home screen. So, now watch yours truly, “Avatar: The Way of Water”, “Everything All at Once”, “The Fabelmans”, and a lot more. Users will be able to select the streaming app that streams the desired movie and view it. Moreover, it does not just focus on that; the hub also includes live event details, access to free red-carpet coverage, as well as interviews with nominees and winners.
Jimmy Kimmel will host the 2023 Academy Awards and the broadcast will air on ABC on March 12 at 8:00 pm ET. And for those who do not have subscriptions to the rest, as mentioned by Oscars, the live TV streaming services that broadcast the event, including Hulu Live TV, YouTube TV, AT&T TV, Fubo TV, and more will also be featured in the dedicated hub.
Now, that being said, why wait until March 12 for the ceremony to commence? Instead, cast your vote now and tease your friends as Fire TV launches dedicated Oscars Hub to let users predict the winners. Get ready for an unforgettable night of glitz, glamour and entertainment. We are super excited, are you? Let us know in the comments section below.
Source: Amazon FireTV Blog