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How to watch the 28th Critics Choice awards? And everything else you need to know about 2023 award show

Chelsea Handler will be seen taking over the reins from Taye Diggs for the Critics Choice awards in 2023
UPDATED JAN 15, 2023
The official poster of the 28th Annual Critics Choice Awards (CriticsChoice/Twitter)
The official poster of the 28th Annual Critics Choice Awards (CriticsChoice/Twitter)

LOS ANGELES, CALIFORNIA: Awards season has finally started. Golden Globes was a very mellow yet dramatic start to the award season this year. However, it is already time for another highly anticipated award show, the Critics Choice Awards, which is coming up this weekend. This award season started with a big bang for 'Abbott Elementary', as the series was seen being nominated and snatching a decent amount of awards. It sets high expectations for all of the fans to see how many more awards their favorite series grab at the upcoming Critics Choice Awards. 

Furthermore, just like the last two previous years, television and film nominations were announced separately. The television nominations were announced on December 6, 2022, while the film nominations were announced on December 14, 2022. However, read more to find out where and when can you watch the 28th Critics Choice Awards.


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How to watch the Critics Choice Awards 2023?

The 2023 Critics Choice Awards will premiere live on January 15 from 7 to 10 pm ET on The CW. In case you want to access the channel’s streaming content, some platforms that offer free trial subscriptions include- Hulu + Live TV, fuboTV, and DirecTV Stream.

Who is hosting the show?

Chelsea Handler will be seen taking over the reins from Taye Diggs who has hosted the show consecutively for the past four years. Handler is the author of six New York Times bestselling books, including her 2019 title 'Life Will Be the Death of Me', which is being shaped into a Peacock TV series, which Handler will both executive produce and star in.

Who are the nominees?

A24's 'Everything Everywhere All at Once' leads the film nominations with 14. A record that was shared with three mind-boggling films, 'The Shape of Water' (2017), 'The Favourite' (2018), and 'The Irishman' (2019). It is followed by Steven Spielberg's 'The Fabelmans' with 11. ABC's first-year mockumentary comedy 'Abbott Elementary' led the television nominations with six, followed by 'Better Call Saul's sixth and final season with five. Also, Netflix received a total of 28 nominations, 13 for film and 15 for television, the most for any studio or network, for the sixth year in a row.