You don't have to wait to watch this year's Best Picture nominees. In the streaming age, Oscar favorites like Top Gun: Maverick, Everything Everywhere All at Once and The Fabelmans are available with the click of a button. And those aren't the only Best Pictures at your fingertips: almost all of the winners from the past nine decades are a mere click away on digital video platforms or streaming services. Whether you want to revisit your favorite winners or fill your personal gaps in Oscar history, Yahoo Entertainment’s comprehensive streaming guide has you covered.

Where to stream the 2022 Best Picture nominees

All Quiet on the Western Front

The classic anti-war novel — which has already produced one Best Picture Winner — is back in contention with Edward Berger's acclaimed update.
Where to stream: All Quiet on the Western Front is currently streaming on Netflix.

Avatar: The Way of Water

We see you, James Cameron. The director's return to Pandora also booked him a return trip to the top of the box office charts… and to the Oscars.
Where to stream: Avatar: The Way of Water is only playing in theaters.

The Banshees of Inisherin

Martin McDonagh's feckin' great dark comedy features delicious (and Oscar nominated) performances from Colin Farrell, Brendan Gleeson, Barry Keoghan and Kerry Condon.
Where to stream: The Banshees of Inisherin is currently streaming on HBO Max.


Baz Luhrmann brings plenty of visual sizzle to the life and times of the King of Rock 'n Roll, played by Austin Butler.
Where to stream: Elvis is currently streaming on HBO Max.

Everything Everywhere All at Once

You don't need to be Doctor Strange to visit the multiverse. Michelle Yeoh and Ke Huy Quan take that delightfully surreal journey in 2022's most surprising blockbuster.
Where to stream: Everything Everywhere All at Once is currently streaming on Paramount+.

The Fabelmans

Steven Spielberg turns his own life into art in his autobiographical movie memoir.
Where to stream: The Fabelmans is available to purchase on Prime Video and Vudu.


Strike up the orchestra! Cate Blanchett disappears into the role of Twitter's favorite cancelled composer, Lydia Tar.
Where to stream: Tar is currently available to rent on Vudu and will stream on Peacock starting Jan. 27.

Top Gun: Maverick

He feels the need… the need for speed. Tom Cruise flies high again in the long-delayed sequel to the 1986 hit.
Where to stream: Top Gun: Maverick is currently available to stream on Paramount+.

Triangle of Sadness

Believe it or not, the most disgusting movie of the year is now an official Best Picture nominee.
Where to stream: Triangle of Sadness is available to rent or purchase on Prime Video and Vudu.

Women Talking

Sarah Polley's acclaimed screen translation of Miriam Toews's novel should be a case study in the art of adaptation.
Where to stream: Women Talking is only playing in theaters.

Where to stream every Best Picture winner ever

2021: CODA

Sian Heder's lovingly crafted family drama became the first Sundance film — and the first streaming release — to win the Best Picture statue. That's definitely something to sing about.
Where to stream: CODA is currently streaming on Apple TV+.

2020: Nomadland

Chloé Zhao won her first Oscar — the second female filmmaker to take home the Best Director statue — and Frances McDormand won her third for this compelling portrait of a contemporary nomad. While the film's Big Sky backdrops cry out for the big screen, McDormand's lived-in performance packs a punch whether you're in a theater or you're living room.
Where to stream:Nomadland is currently streaming on Hulu.

2019: Parasite

After 92 years, a foreign-language film finally took home the Best Picture statue, and the Academy couldn’t have picked a better movie to make history than Bong Joon-ho’s gripping social satire. As cleverly constructed as any Coen Brothers yarn, and as superbly orchestrated as any Steven Spielberg thrill ride, Parasite is a film that can and will speak to audiences around the world for years to come.
Where to stream: Parasite is currently streaming on Hulu.

2018: Green Book

Viggo Mortensen drives Best Supporting Actor winner Mahershala Ali through the Deep South in the early ’60s and learns to become a better person along the way. Co-written and directed by Peter Farrelly, Green Book emerged as the controversial consensus pick in a crowded Best Picture race that included Roma, Black Panther and A Star Is Born.
Where to stream: Green Book is currently available to rent or purchase on Apple TV and Vudu.

2017: The Shape of Water

Guillermo del Toro’s lovingly crafted creature feature goes all-in on its unlikely romance between a woman and a fish god (Sally Hawkins and Doug Jones). It’s The Creature From the Black Lagoon by way of Disney’s Beauty and the Beast, and just as swoon-inducing as that sounds.
Where to stream: The Shape of Water is currently streaming on Hulu.

2016: Moonlight

Even after the behind-the-scenes drama surrounding Moonlight‘s Best Picture win fades from memory, Barry Jenkins's vividly-realized coming of age story will rank among the most important — and very best — films to take home that statue.
Where to stream: Moonlight is currently streaming on Hulu.

2015: Spotlight

The heir to All the President’s Men scoops up the award its predecessor missed out on. Come for the A-list cast, stay for the thrill of what classic shoe-leather reporting looks like.
Where to stream: Spotlight is currently streaming on HBO Max.

2014: Birdman

Sure Black Panther is the first comic book movie based on a pre-existing superhero to score a Best Picture nod. But Alejandro González Iñárritu’s eccentric treatise on art and commerce is technically the first superhero movie to win the top prize… with a former Batman as its star, no less.
Where to stream: Birdman is currently available to rent or purchase on Prime Video.

2013: 12 Years a Slave

Steve McQueen’s brutal, harrowing dramatization of former slave Solomon Northup’s experience in the pre-Civil War Deep South remains painful, but necessary viewing.
Where to stream: 12 Years a Slave is currently streaming on HBO Max.

2012: Argo

Ben Affleck’s political thriller plays fast and loose with the history of the Iran Hostage Crisis, but that third act airport escape is genuinely edge-of-your-seat fare.
Where to stream: Argo is currently available to rent or purchase on Prime Video.

2011: The Artist

Eight decades separate the only two silent films to win Best Picture. Technically, The Artist has one spoken word, but that doesn’t detract from Michel Hazanavicius’s careful recreation of a vanished Hollywood or Jean Dujardin’s Oscar-winning performance.
Where to stream: The Artist is currently streaming on HBO Max.

2010: The King’s Speech

Let’s be honest: The Social Network probably should have won this year. But The King’s Speech does feature a career-apex star turn by Colin Firth, and has more dramatic meat than your typical prestige period picture.
Where to stream: The King’s Speech is currently streaming on PlutoTV.

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<h2><strong>2009: </strong><strong><em>The Hurt Locker</em></strong></h2>
<p>Kathryn Bigelow made history as the first female filmmaker to win the Best Director Oscar, but the movie’s Best Picture win was a pretty big deal as well. Made on a miniscule budget, this pulse-pounding Iraq War drama proved to be the David that took down that Goliath known as James Cameron’s <em>Avatar</em>.<br /><strong>Where to stream: </strong><em>The Hurt Locker </em>is currently streaming on Tubi.</p>
<h2><strong>2008: </strong><strong><em>Slumdog Millionaire</em></strong></h2>
<p>Danny Boyle traveled to India and returned with a crowd-pleasing hit that proved to be the Academy’s final answer for that year’s Best Picture.<br /><strong>Where to stream: </strong><em>Slumdog Millionaire </em>is currently streaming on HBO Max.</p>
<h2><strong>2007: </strong><strong><em>No Country for Old Men</em></strong></h2>
<p>Best Coen Brothers movie ever? There’s a strong argument to be made in its favor, with or without the Best Picture statue. (But the statue definitely helps.)<br /><strong>Where to stream: </strong><em>No Country for Old Men </em>is currently streaming on HBO Max.</p>
<h2><strong>2006: </strong><strong><em>The Departed</em></strong></h2>
<p>Martin Scorsese turns the lean, mean Hong Kong thriller <em>Infernal Affairs</em> into a sprawling and totally seductive Boston-based crime epic. Watch one scene, and you’re in for the whole ride.<br /><strong>Where to stream: </strong><em>The Departed </em>is currently streaming on SlingTV.</p>
<h2><strong>2005:</strong><strong><em> Crash</em></strong></h2>
<p>Love it or hate it, Paul Haggis’s controversial race-relations drama does feature an ensemble of terrific actors (including Oscar nominee, Matt Dillon) wrestling with still-timely material.<br /><strong>Where to stream: </strong><em>Crash </em>is currently streaming on HBO Max.</p>
<h2><strong>2004: </strong><strong><em>Million Dollar Baby</em></strong></h2>
<p>Clint Eastwood enters the Best Picture ring for the second time with a boxing drama that starts off like a modern-day <em>Rocky </em>only to take a tear-jerking turn.<br /><strong>Where to stream: </strong><em>Million Dollar Baby </em>is currently available to rent or purchase on Prime Video.</p>
<h2><strong>2003: </strong><strong><em>The Lord of the Rings: The Return of the King</em></strong></h2>
<p>Peter Jackson’s trilogy-capper remains the only “Part 3” to win a Best Picture statue. But really, it’s the culmination of an epic 12-hour movie, one that thrilled Middle-earth fans and first-timers alike.<br /><strong>Where to stream: </strong><em>The Return of the King </em>is currently streaming on HBO Max.</p>
<h2><strong>2002:</strong><strong><em> Chicago</em></strong></h2>
<p>Rob Marshall’s jazzy adaptation of the long-running Broadway favorite kick-started the return of the movie musical, complete with razzle-dazzle production numbers and chart-worthy songs.<br /><strong>Where to stream: </strong><em>Chicago </em>is currently streaming on HBO Max.</p>
<h2><strong>2001: </strong><strong><em>A Beautiful Mind</em></strong></h2>
<p>Ron Howard and Russell Crowe team up for a biopic that mostly prizes inspiration over authenticity. But with a gross of nearly $200 million, it clearly inspired a whole bunch of people.<br /><strong>Where to stream: </strong><em>A Beautiful Mind </em>is currently available to rent or purchase on Prime Video.</p>
<h2><strong>2000: </strong><strong><em>Gladiator</em></strong></h2>
<p>Ridley Scott’s Roman epic is the blockbuster he and Russell Crowe were born to make together, combining the spectacle of ’50s swords-and-sandals adventures with 21st century digital tools.<br /><strong>Where to stream: </strong><em>Gladiator </em>is currently streaming on Paramount+.</p>
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