Netflix announces partnership to stream SAG Awards live
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Netflix is partnering up with the Screen Actors Guild (SAG) Awards to bring the ceremony to its platform.
Under the partnership, the star-studded Hollywood event will stream live via Netflix's platform starting next year, the subscription streaming service said. For the rapidly approaching 29th annual SAG Awards, Netflix will use its YouTube channel for the event's broadcast.
Netflix and the SAG Awards unveiled the "multi-year" partnership Wednesday.
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The partnership announcement comes on the same day nominations for this year’s SAG Awards were released.
2023’s ceremony will take place on Feb. 26, with Netflix’s livestream on YouTube slated for 8 p.m. Eastern. Prior to this, TNT and TBS broadcasted the SAG Awards for many years.
Netflix previously announced in December it was wading into livestreaming with comedian Chris Rock’s upcoming stand-up special. That program is scheduled to broadcast on the platform in early March, according to the company.
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