Ariana DeBose and Troy Kotsur present the awards for actress and actor in a supporting role at the 95th Academy Awards in the Dolby Theatre on March 12, 2023 in Hollywood, California.

The 95th Academy Awards are underway, celebrating some of the best films and filmmakers of the past year. And for a second year, the Oscars is livestreaming American Sign Language (ASL) interpreters for viewers who are deaf or hard or hearing.

The stream is currently available on the official Oscars YouTube channel, so you can keep it beside you on a second device while watching the awards ceremony. The Oscars first streamed ASL interpreters last year, with CODA ultimately taking home the award for Best Picture.

Presented by late night host Jimmy Kimmel, the 2023 Oscars is being held in Los Angeles’ Dolby Theatre for those glamorous enough to attend, and broadcast on ABC for the rest of us eating popcorn at home.

This year sets a record for the most first-time Oscar nominees in history, with 16 performers across all four acting categories up for their first golden statue. This includes all five nominees for Best Actor in a Leading Role.

Tonight’s ceremony also marks the most Asian nominees the Academy Awards has ever seen, thanks in no small part to the success of Everything Everywhere All At Once. The critically acclaimed film received the most nominations of the night with 11, including for Best Picture, Best Director, and three of the acting categories.

The Banshees of Inisherin and All Quiet on the Western Front followed closely behind, with nine nominations each. However, there are also some conspicuous absences particularly among Black-led films, with The Woman King, Nope, and Till receiving absolutely no nominations.