How to watch the MTV Movie and TV Awards 2023on May 3, 2023 at 13:37 Tech Advisor

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The MTV Movie and TV Awards are some of the most highly anticipated awards in the pop culture calendar.

The show is quite different from classic award ceremonies, dedicating categories to some of the most memorable sections in shows and movies from the past year, including best kiss, best fight and best villain.

If you’d like a lowdown on what is to come (including how to tune in), here is everything we know. 

When are the MTV Movie and TV Awards 2023? 

This year’s awards are due to take place on Sunday 7 May 2023 at the Barker Hangar in Los Angeles. The ceremony will kick off at the following times: 

8pm ET (East Coast US) 5pm PT (West Coast US) 

What TV channel is the MTV Movie and TV Awards 2023 on? 

The clue is in the name – the awards show will be on the MTV channel in the US.

The show will also be broadcast on MTV internationally – Virgin, Sky and BT users have access to MTV with select packages. However, UK readers will have to wait until the day after to watch it, with the ceremony airing on Monday 8 May at the slightly friendlier time of 9pm BST.

If you don’t have access to the MTV channel, then there is another way to watch it.  

What streaming service is the MTV Movie and TV Awards 2023 on? 

You’ll be able to catch the awards over on Paramount+ in the US. This costs $4.99 per month for ad-supported viewing, and $9.99 per month for ad-free viewing. New users can also grab a seven-day free trial.  

Paramount has confirmed that the awards will also be streamed on Paramount+ in the UK, but this won’t be until a so-far unconfirmed later date. Accounts cost £6.99 per month, also with a week-long free trial.

If you’re in the UK and don’t want to wait to stream the awards, then you could always check out our guide for signing up to Paramount+ in the US – you’ll need a VPN and a form of US payment.

Who is hosting the MTV Movie and TV Awards 2023? 

Actress and talk show host Drew Barrymore has been chosen as this year’s host. You can see her announcement below:

MTV Movie and TV Awards nominees

This year, The Last of Us, Stranger Things and Top Gun: Maverick lead the pack with the most nominations. Here are all the categories:

Best Movie 

Avatar: The Way of Water Black Panther: Wakanda Forever Elvis Nope Scream VI Smile Top Gun: Maverick 

Best Show 

Stranger Things The Last of Us The White Lotus Wednesday Wolf Pack Yellowstone Yellowjackets 

Best Performance in a Movie 

Austin Butler: Elvis Florence Pugh: Don’t Worry Darling KeKe Palmer: Nope Michael B. Jordan: Creed III Tom Cruise: Top Gun: Maverick 

Best Performance in a Show 

Aubrey Plaza: The White Lotus Christina Ricci: Yellowjackets Jenna Ortega: Wednesday Riley Keough: Daisy Jones & The Six Sadie Sink: Stranger Things Selena Gomez: Only Murders in the Building 

Best Hero 

Diego Luna: Andor Jenna Ortega: Wednesday Paul Rudd: Ant-Man & The Wasp: Quantumania Pedro Pascal: The Last of Us Tom Cruise: Top Gun: Maverick 

Best Villain 

Elizabeth Olsen: Doctor Strange in the Multiverse of Madness Harry Styles: Don’t Worry Darling Jamie Campbell Bower: Stranger Things M3GAN: M3GAN The Bear: Cocaine Bear 

Best Kiss 

Anna Torv and Philip Prajoux: The Last of Us Harry Styles and David Dawson: My Policeman Madison Bailey and Rudy Pankow: Outer Banks Riley Keough and Sam Claflin: Daisy Jones & The Six Selena Gomez and Cara Delevingne: Only Murders in the Building 

Best Comedic Performance 

Adam Sandler: Murder Mystery 2 Dylan O’Brien: Not Okay Jennifer Coolidge: Shotgun Wedding KeKe Palmer: Nope Quinta Brunson: Abbott Elementary 

Breakthrough Performance 

Bad Bunny: Bullet Train Bella Ramsey: The Last of Us Emma D’Arcy: House of the Dragon Joseph Quinn: Stranger Things Rachel Sennott: Bodies Bodies Bodies 

Best Fight 

Brad Pitt (Ladybug) vs. Bad Bunny (The Wolf): Bullet Train Courteney Cox (Gale Weathers) vs. Ghostface: Scream VI Jamie Campbell Bower (Vecna) vs. Millie Bobby Brown (Eleven): Stranger Things Keanu Reeves (John Wick) vs. Everyone: John Wick 4 Escape from Narkina 5: Andor 

Most Frightened Performance 

Jennifer Coolidge: The White Lotus Jesse Tyler Ferguson: Cocaine Bear Justin Long: Barbarian Rachel Sennott: Bodies Bodies Bodies Sosie Bacon: Smile 

Best Duo 

Camila Mendes and Maya Hawke: Do Revenge Jenna Ortega and Thing: Wednesday Pedro Pascal and Bella Ramsey: The Last of Us Simona Tabasco and Beatrice Grannò: The White Lotus Tom Cruise and Miles Teller: Top Gun: Maverick 

Best Kick-Ass Cast 

Ant-Man & The Wasp: Quantumania Black Panther: Wakanda Forever Outer Banks Stranger Things Teen Wolf: The Movie 

Best Song 

Demi Lovato: “Still Alive” (Scream VI) Doja Cat: “Vegas” (Elvis) Lady Gaga: “Hold My Hand” (Top Gun: Maverick) OneRepublic: “I Ain’t Worried” (Top Gun: Maverick) Rihanna: “Lift Me Up” (Black Panther: Wakanda Forever) Taylor Swift: “Carolina” (Where the Crawdads Sing

Best Docu-Reality Series 

Jersey Shore Family Vacation The Real Housewives of Beverly Hills Family Reunion: Love & Hip Hop Edition The Kardashians Vanderpump Rules 

Best Competition Series 

All-Star Shore Big Brother RuPaul’s Drag Race: All-Stars The Challenge: USA The Traitors 

Best Host 

Drew Barrymore: The Drew Barrymore Show Joel Madden: Ink Master Nick Cannon: The Masked Singer RuPaul: RuPaul’s Drag Race Kelly Clarkson: The Kelly Clarkson Show 

Best Reality On-Screen Team  

Mike “The Situation” Sorrentino, Vinny Guadagnino, Pauly D (MVP): Jersey Shore Family Vacation Tori Deal and Devin Walker: The Challenge: Ride or Dies RuPaul Charles and Michelle Visage: RuPaul’s Drag Race Ariana Madix, Katie Maloney, Scheana Shay, LaLa Kent: Vanderpump Rules Garcelle Beauvais and Sutton Stracke: The Real Housewives of Beverly Hills 
 

Best Music Documentary 

Halftime Love, Lizzo Selena Gomez: My Mind & Me Sheryl The Day the Music Died: The Story of Don McLean’s American Pie 

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