KGO Hosts React: ‘The Academy produced a different kind of Oscars show’

FILE – In this Feb. 26, 2017 file photo, Oscar statuettes appear backstage at the Oscars in Los Angeles. (Photo by Matt Sayles/Invision/AP, File)

The Academy produced a different kind of Oscars show last night for the 93rd Academy Awards. It is nearly impossible for the first major award show to have 200 people in person since the coronavirus pandemic and go off without a hitch. Nikki Medoro and Mark Thompson review what the Oscars did right and what they would have done differently with ABC Entertainment Correspondent Jason Nathanson and Sam Rubin.

ABC Entertainment Correspondent Jason Nathanson awards his winners and losers on The Morning Show with Nikki Medoro.

Oscars talk with Entertainment Reporter for KTLA, Sam Rubin, on The Mark Thompson Show. During the Oscars, Mark live tweeted the show sharing what he thought they got right and what they could have done better.

As far as the #Oscar show goes: This set is supposed to give this show a different kind of feel but it makes the show feel small… I know there are unique challenges this year but, sorry, I have a ton of notes and fixes and we just got to the first commercial break.” Tweeted Mark.

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