Awards Season Schedule: Key Dates to Know Leading Up to the 2020 Oscars

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Awards Season Schedule: Key Dates to Know Leading Up to the 2020 Oscars

Everything you need to know about the Golden Globes, GRAMMYs and more.

The road to the 2020 Academy Awards is officially underway.

This year's Oscars are earlier than, with the Academy of Motion Picture Arts and Sciences having bumped up their ceremony's date a few weeks and resulting in an overall shortened awards season. Before that, there will be the Golden Globes, the GRAMMYs and BAFTAs and Indie Spirit Awards.

ET's handy guide to all the awards season dates you'll need to put on your calendar is here to make sure you don't miss any of the mile markers as Hollywood celebrates the best in TV, music, movies and more. Below, you'll find the most important dates categorized by awards show and scroll on to see the full month-by-month list. And with the Academy Awards race in full swing, be sure to also check out our 2020 Oscar predictions.

The Golden Globes

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When: Sunday, Jan. 5

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The Critics' Choice Awards

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When: Sunday, Jan. 12
Where: The Barker Hangar in Santa Monica, California
Watch on: The CW at 7:00 p.m. ET/PT

Host: Taye Diggs

Nominations: See the full list

The Screen Actors Guild Awards

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When: Sunday, Jan. 19
Where: Shrine Auditorium in Los Angeles, California
Watch on: TNT & TBS at 8:00 p.m. ET / 5:00 p.m. PT

Host: TBD

Nominations: See the full list

The GRAMMY Awards

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When: Sunday, Jan. 26
Where: Staples Center in Los Angeles, California
Watch on: CBS at 8:00 p.m. ET / 5:00 p.m. PT

Host: Alicia Keys. "I said I wasn't coming back! What happened?" she told ET. "What happened is it was so good...The connection between us was real and I felt like I could do it even better this time."

Nominations: See the full list

The BAFTA Awards

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When: Sunday, Feb. 2
Where: The Royal Albert Hall in London, England
Watch on: BBC One and BBC iPlayer

Host: Graham Norton

Nominations: See the full list


The Film Independent Spirit Awards

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When: Saturday, Feb. 8
Where: Santa Monica Beach, California
Watch on: IFC at 5:00 p.m. ET / 2:00 p.m. PT

Host: Aubrey Plaza. "Like all great independent film performances, this one deserves a sequel," she said of returning for her second year. "The people have spoken. Bow down to your host!"

Nominations: See the full list

The Oscars

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When: Sunday, Feb. 9
Where: Dolby Theatre in Hollywood, California
Watch on: ABC

Host: None. "There will be no traditional host again this year," ABC Entertainment President Karey Burke explained. "Repeating what worked for us last year: huge entertainment value, big musical numbers, big comedy and star power."

Nominations announced: Monday, Jan. 13 (with the nominees luncheon to follow on Jan. 27)

And here is every other awards season date to come, presented chronologically:


Jan. 12: Critics Choice Awards 
Jan. 13: Oscar nominations announced
Jan. 17: American Cinema Editors Eddie Awards
Jan. 18: PGA Awards 
Jan. 19: SAG Awards
Jan. 25: DGA Awards
Jan. 25: American Society of Cinematographers Awards
Jan. 26: GRAMMY Awards 
Jan. 27: Oscar nominees luncheon
Jan. 28: Costume Designers Guild Awards 
Jan. 30: Final Oscar voting opens


Feb. 1: Art Directors Guild Awards
Feb. 1: WGA Awards 
Feb. 2: BAFTA Awards 
Feb. 4: Final Oscar voting closes
Feb. 8: Film Independent Spirit Awards 
Feb. 9: Oscars


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