Get ready to experience the glamour and excitement of the Oscars 2024 in Mexico! Whether in Mexico City or traveling anywhere, Here is everything you need to know about watching the prestigious awards ceremony from the broadcast channels and streaming options or Mexican nominees for this award.
What time is the Oscars 2024 start in Mexico?
Oscars 2024 will kick off at 6 pm CT in Mexico City on Sunday, March 10, 2024. Which is 7 pm EST/4 pm PST in the USA.
Which Channel will telecast the Academy Awards?
The 2024 Oscars in Mexico will be broadcast on Azteca 7 and Azteca Uno (previously Azteca 13).
Azteca 7 is one of Mexico’s well-known TV channels, operated by TV Azteca. It’s popular for sports, movies, and various entertainment programs. It’s like the cool cousin of Azteca Uno, offering a different flavor of shows. You can catch it on various cable and satellite services across Mexico.
Azteca Uno is a major Mexican national Network owned by TV Azteca. It has over 100 transmitters across Mexico and broadcasts on virtual channel 1. You can access this network program via satellite on Sky and Dish Network and on all Mexican cable systems. Additionally, some of Azteca Uno’s content is available in the United States through Azteca América.
Where can you stream Oscars 2024 for free in Mexico?
You can watch the Oscars 2024 for free in Mexico and stream it on Azteca 7‘s website by selecting the “en vivo” (live) option. This service is free and part of the TV Azteca network.
If you’re outside Mexico, a VPN might be necessary to access Azteca 7. The Azteca app, downloadable from Google Play, offers live shows, exclusive content, interviews, and more. Roku users can find the free Aztecamas app for various content in the Roku Channel Store.
Hulu also offers Azteca, and you might catch the Oscars there with a free trial.
Who is nominated For the Oscar Awards from Mexico?
For the 2024 Oscars, several talented individuals and productions from Mexico received nominations:
Rodrigo Prieto is nominated for Best Cinematography for his work in “Killers of the Flower Moon.” Prieto, a Mexican cinematographer, has been previously nominated for other films like “Brokeback Mountain,” “Silence,” and “The Irishman.”
The film “La Sociedad de la Nieve” (Society of the Snow), a Spanish movie, received nominations in major film categories, including Best International Film and Best Makeup and Hairstyling.
“Robot Dreams,” another Spanish film based on a graphic novel by North American writer Sara Varon and directed by Pablo Berger, competes for Best Animated Film.
The song “The Fire Inside” by Mexican-American artist Becky G is nominated for Best Original Song.
Unfortunately, the Mexican film “Totem” and Pedro Almodóvar’s “A Strange Way of Life,” starring Pedro Pascal, did not receive nominations despite expectations.
Gear up for a night of cinematic celebration. With options like Azteca 7 and Azteca Uno offering live telecast and streaming services ready to bring the event to your screens, you won’t miss a moment of the action.