2024 awards show schedule: How to watch

Idris Elba will open the SAG Awards ceremony. File Photo by John Angelillo/UPI
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Jan. 9 (UPI) -- The Grammy Awards, Academy Awards and other award shows will return in 2024 to honor the best in film, television, music and more.

The schedule includes some 2023 award shows that were delayed to 2024 due to the Hollywood strikes.


The SAG Awards, Independent Spirit Awards and Academy Awards are coming up next in the awards season.

Here are the details on upcoming shows:

Screen Actors Guild Awards - Feb. 24

The Screen Actors Guild Awards, or SAG Awards, are presented by the Screen Actors Guild-American Federation of Television and Radio Artists (SAG-AFTRA) to honor outstanding performances in film and television.

The 30th annual awards show will be held Feb. 24 at Shrine Auditorium & Expo Hall in Los Angeles and stream at 8 p.m. EDT on Netflix.

Idris Elba will open the ceremony, with Jennifer Aniston to present the SAG Life Achievement Award to Barbra Streisand.


Other presenters include Emily Blunt, Robert Downey Jr., Billie Eilish, Taraji P. Henson and Margot Robbie.

Barbie and Oppenheimer lead the film nominees, while Succession tops the TV nominations.

Independent Spirit Awards - Feb. 25

Film Independent presents the Independent Spirit Awards to recognize the best in independent film and television.

The 39th annual ceremony will take place Feb. 25 in Santa Monica, Calif., and stream live at 5 p.m. EST on the Film Independent and IMDb YouTube channels.

Actress and comedian Aidy Bryant will host the show.

Past Lives, May December and American Fiction lead the film nominees with five nominations each. The trio of films will compete for Best Feature with All of Us Strangers, Passages and We Grown Now.

I'm a Virgo and The Last of Us are among the TV nominees.

Academy Awards - March 10

The Academy Awards, or the Oscars, are presented by the Academy of Motion Picture Arts and Sciences to honor artistic and technical achievements in filmmaking.

The 96th annual ceremony will be held March 10 at Dolby Theatre in Los Angeles and air on ABC.


Jimmy Kimmel will host the show for the fourth time.

Oppenheimer leads the nominees with 13 nominations, including Best Picture. The film will compete in the category with American Fiction, Barbie, Anatomy of a Fall, The Holdovers, Killers of the Flower Moon, Maestro, Past Lives, Poor Things and Zone of Interest.

Poor Things follows with 11 nominations, while Killers of the Flower Moon is up for 10 awards, including Best Actress for Lily Gladstone, the first Native American actress to be nominated in the category. Barbie is nominated for eight awards.

'The Bear,' 'Oppenheimer,' 'Beef' stars win Golden Globes

Ayo Edebiri and Jeremy Allen White appear backstage after winning the awards for Best Performance in a Television Series – Musical or Comedy award for "The Bear" during the Golden Globe Awards at the Beverly Hilton in Beverly Hills, Calif., on January 7, 2024. Photo by Chris Chew/UPI | License Photo

Here are the details on past award shows:

Golden Globe Awards - Jan. 7

The Golden Globe Awards, or Golden Globes, are presented by Dick Clark Productions to recognize excellence in film and television.

The 81st annual ceremony was held Jan. 7 at The Beverly Hilton hotel in Beverly Hills, Calif., and aired on CBS.

Oppenheimer, Barbie, Succession, Beef and The Bear were among the big winners.

Critics Choice Awards - Jan. 14

The Critics Choice Association presents the Critics Choice Awards to honor the finest in cinematic and television achievement.


The 29th annual awards show took place Jan. 14 at Fairmont Century Plaza Hotel in Los Angeles and aired on The CW.

Actress and comedian Chelsea Handler hosted the event for the second consecutive year.

Beef, The Bear, Succession and Oppenheimer were among the big winners.

Primetime Emmy Awards - Jan. 15

The Primetime Emmy Awards, or Primetime Emmys, are presented by the Academy of Television Arts & Sciences (ATAS) to celebrate excellence in American primetime television programming.

The 75th annual ceremony took place Jan. 15 at Peacock Theater in Los Angeles and aired on Fox.

The show was originally to take place in September 2023 but was delayed due to the Hollywood writers and actors strikes.

Actor Anthony Anderson hosted the awards show.

The Bear, Beef and Succession were among the big winners.

Grammy Awards - Feb. 4

The Recording Academy presents the Grammys to recognize outstanding achievements in the music industry.

The 67th annual ceremony took place Feb. 4 at Arena in Los Angeles.

Comedian and former Daily Show host Trevor Noah hosted the show for the fourth consecutive year.

Taylor Swift, Miley Cyrus and SZA were among the big winners.


People's Choice Awards - Feb. 18

The People's Choice Awards is a fan-voted awards show recognizing entertainers in film, television, music and more.

The 49th annual ceremony was held Feb. 18 at Barker Hangar in Santa Monica, Calif., and aired on NBC, Peacock and E!

Actor Simu Liu hosted the show.

Barbie, Grey's Anatomy and Taylor Swift were among the big winners.

British Academy Film Awards - Feb. 18

The British Academy of Film and Television Arts (BAFTA) presents the British Academy Film Awards, or BAFTA Film Awards, to honor the best British and international contributions to film.

The 77th annual ceremony took place Feb. 18 in London.

Oppenheimer and Poor Things were among the big winners.

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