The Oscars 2022: How to Stream This Year’s Nominees on Netflix, Hulu & Disney+

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The 2022 Oscars nominations are in and while going to a theater hasn’t been at the top of everyone’s priority list, that doesn’t mean you can’t catch up with the nominated films before the March 27 ceremony.

Whether you’re looking for a drama like Spencer and The Power of the Dog or lfor some humor with titles such as Don’t Look Up, there’s something for everyone. From documentary features and show-stopping performances to technical achievements, there are plenty of films you can check out from the comfort of your home. Below, we break down the ways you can access some of this year’s Oscar-nominated movies with the click of a button.

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Belfast

Up for: Seven awards, including Best Picture

Stream it on: Prime Video for $19.99

Directed by Kenneth Branagh, this black and white film starring Jamie Dornan, Caitriona Balfe, Judi Dench, and Ciaran Hinds is inspired by his own experience of growing up in Belfast as a child.

Coda

Up for: Three awards, including Best Picture

Stream it on: Apple TV+

The film’s title stands for Child of Deaf Adults, which is exactly the case for Ruby (Emilia Jones), a young woman who is torn between pursuing her passion for music and helping her family when their business is threatened.

Don't Look Up Netflix Jennifer Lawrence and Leonardo DiCaprio

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Don’t Look Up

Up for: Four awards, including Best Picture

Stream it on: Netflix

This satirical drama from Adam McKay has an all-star cast featuring Leonardo DiCaprio, Jennifer Lawrence, Meryl Streep, and Jonah Hill among others. The story centers on the threat of an incoming comet hurdling directly to Earth.

Dune

Up for: Ten awards, including Best Picture

Stream it on: Prime Video, Apple TV, Google Play Movies & TV, YouTube, or Vudu for $5.99

Denis Villeneuve‘s epic adaptation of Frank Herbert’s sci-fi novel brings together the likes of Timothee Chalamet, Zendaya, Oscar Isaac, Jason Momoa, Rebecca Ferguson, Javier Bardem, and Stellan Skarsgard.

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King Richard

Up for: Six awards, including Best Picture

Stream it on: Google Play TV & Movies or Vudu for $19.99 or on Prime Video for $24.99

This film is based on the true story of tennis stars Serena and Venus Williams‘ father, Richard, and the coaching process through which he put his daughters. Will Smith delivers an Oscar-nominated performance as Richard.

Nightmare Alley

Up for: Four awards, including Best Picture

Stream it on: Hulu and HBO Max

Guillermo Del Toro delivers a noir drama about a carney with a knack for manipulation starring Bradley Cooper, Toni Collette, Cate Blanchett, Rooney Mara, and Willem Dafoe among others.

The Power of the Dog Benedict Cumberbatch

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The Power of the Dog

Up for: 12 awards, including Best Picture

Stream it on: Netflix

Benedict Cumberbatch‘s cowboy is tested when his brother returns home with a new bride (Jesse Plemons and Kirsten Dunst) in this drama from Jane Campion.

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Up for: Two awards, including Best Achievement in Film Editing

Stream it on: Netflix

Directed by Lin-Manuel Miranda, this musical drama starring an Oscar-nominated Andrew Garfield looks back on the life of Jonathan Larson, the man behind Rent.

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Summer of Soul (…Or, When the Revolution Could Not Be Televised)

Up for: Best Documentary Feature

Stream it on: Hulu and Disney+

This documentary from director Questlove examines the 1969 Harlem Cultural Festival which celebrated African American music and culture as well as promoted Black pride.

Shang-Chi and the Legend of the Ten Rings

Up for: Best Achievement in Visual Effects

Stream it on: Disney+

This film introduces Shang-Chi (Simu Liu), the latest addition to the MCU as he combats powerful forces from his past after he thought he’d left them behind forever.

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The Hand of God

Up for: Best International Feature Film

Stream it on: Netflix

Set in Naples, Italy, during the 1980s, The Hand of God follows a young man as he pursues a love of soccer just as tragedy strikes. The event ultimately shapes his uncertain future as a filmmaker.

The Lost Daughter

Up for: Three awards, including Best Adapted Screenplay

Stream it on: Netflix

Olivia Colman plays a woman vacationing in Greece over the holiday, but after a chance encounter with others staying in the coastal spot brings on memories from her past.

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'The Power of the Dog' leads with 12, followed by 'Dune' with 10.

Spencer

Up for: Best Performance by an Actress in a Leading Role

Stream it on: Hulu

Oscar nominee Kristen Stewart leads this drama about Princess Diana‘s volatile holiday with her royal family.

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