Attn Aussies: Here’s How to Watch the 2023 MTV Movie and TV Awards
The 2023 MTV Movie and TV Awards are almost here, and we can’t wait! For over three decades, the award show has been showcasing the top talent in the entertainment industry, and giving us some of the most memorable pop culture moments in history (will anyone ever forget that Ryan Gosling and Rachel McAdams on-stage kiss).
With superstar performances and a glamorous red carpet, this awards show is always one of the most entertaining of the year, and the 2023 edition is shaping up to be just as fun as what we’ve seen in the past.
Here’s everything you need to know about the 2023 MTV Movie and TV Awards, including how to tune in and watch from Australia.
How to watch the 2023 MTV Movie and TV Awards from Australia
The 2023 MTV Movie and TV Awards will take place at the Barker Hangar in Los Angeles on Wednesday, May 7th at 8.00 pm. For Australians, this means the show will air on Thursday, May 8th at 1.00 pm AEST.
If you have Foxtel, you can watch the awards show on the MTV channel or the MTV app. Otherwise, you will need a VPN to livestream the show through the MTV website with a Paramount+ account due to geo restrictions.
Who Is Hosting the 2023 MTV Movie and TV Awards?
Actress Drew Barrymore will be hosting this year’s MTV Movie and TV Awards. Barrymore announced the news on the “Drew’s News Report” segment of The Drew Barrymore Show. She expressed her excitement for being chosen to host the show, especially in a year when it’s all about the fans.
Barrymore herself is no stranger to the MTV Movie and TV Awards. In the past, she has won multiple awards, including Best Kiss, Best On-Screen Team, and Best On-Screen Duo.
Who Will be Performing at the 2023 MTV Movie and TV Awards?
Expect performances from Sia, Travis Barker, and Steve Aoki at this year’s awards show.
Who Is Nominated?
“Top Gun: Maverick,” “Stranger Things” and “The Last of Us” are among the top nominees for the 2023 MTV Movie & TV Awards with six nods each. “The White Lotus” and “Wednesday” closely followed with four nominations per series.
First-time MTV Movie & TV Awards nominees include Austin Butler, Bad Bunny, Cara Delevingne, Courteney Cox, Florence Pugh, Harry Styles, Jamie Campbell Bower and Jennifer Coolidge.
This year’s ceremony also features two new categories: best reality onscreen team and best kick-ass cast. You can read the full nominee list here.
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