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What Time Are the Oscars On TV?

The 85th annual Academy Awards will air Sunday on ABC 7 WJLA — and you can tune in to Patch to chat live about the Oscar winners and the red carpet. (Don't worry: there's still time to catch Oscar nominated movies at a theater near you).

Hollywood glitz and glamour will step out to hit the red carpet Sunday night as the 85th annual Academy Awards take over Tinsel Town. 

The annual Oscars, hosted this year by Seth MacFarlane, start with the red carpet at 7 p.m. on local affiliate ABC 7 WJLA. The awards will begin immediately after at 8:30 p.m. 

See all Oscar nominees here.

WJLA's Arch Campbell and Cynne Simpson will be covering the show live from Hollywood.

Lovers of the annual award show can play My Picks and predict who they think will win on the Oscars website. Players can challenge their friends and watch the game update in real time during the show. 

Not in Hollywood? Join Patch for an Oscars Live Chat

Looking to discuss which designer gown is the best, or who should've really won Best Picture? 

Patch readers can come join us right here for an Oscars Live Chat with our very own Cinema Siren and local Patch editors starting at 7 p.m. Sunday.

We'll talk about the fashion, the films, the host, and the winners and losers. Click the link here and bookmark it so you can come back Sunday to hash out the awards live with us. 

See all the Oscar nominees and read Cinema Siren's take on who was picked and who was left out in her recent column, Cinema Siren's Observations of the 2013 Oscar Nominations. 

There's Still Time to Catch Oscar Nominated Movies

Still hoping to catch one of the nominated films on the big screen? Many local theaters are still showing them. 

The AMC Courthouse Plaza 8 is showing Silver Linings Playbook.

While the Regal Ballston Common Stadium 12 is showing Argo, Lincoln, and Django Unchained.

So who do you think will take home an Academy Award this year? Tell us in the comments.

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