When the Oscars: The Best Of 2016 (Part One)

By now, you’ve probably heard about the first Academy Awards since the nominees were announced last year.

The nominations were released in January, and it’s been a bit of a surprise to see a whole lot of the nominees that were nominated this year get to participate in the ceremony.

Here’s what to expect in the first part of this article.

What You Need To Know: What We’re Looking For: If you want to know which nominees are going to be making it to the red carpet in Los Angeles on February 13th, you can find the full list of nominees here.

Here are the first five nominees:The Emmys: The 20th Annual Primetime Emmys are the most prestigious awards ceremony in entertainment, and the showrunners of The Big Bang Theory have been making the most of the opportunity to take part in the show since its first awards season in 2016.

Why We’re Watching: This year’s event has been filled with some of the most incredible moments and performances of the year.

How To Watch It: The Emios are airing live from Hollywood’s Dolby Theatre in Hollywood, California on February 11th, so if you live in the area, you should definitely tune in.

The showrunners and stars of The Bachelor, American Horror Story, Fargo, Game of Thrones, and more will be in attendance, and there will be a live studio audience for the big night.

If you’re not sure what to do, check out the full rundown of all the nominees in our article here.

What We Think: In this first part, we’ll look at the nominees and their reactions to the Oscars, and discuss how the showrunner-star duo are using this opportunity to create a special tribute to the Academy.

It’s been very inspiring for the show to get to the big time, and this is going to go down as one of the best moments of the Oscars.

What You’ll Find: You’ll also get a look at some of those nominations that were previously announced, including the Emmy nominees and more.

Who’s On It:┬áThe Emos have a lot of fun with the nominees, and have been so gracious in making sure that the nominees have a special moment to themselves.

The most memorable moment of the night so far?

It was the performance by Jodie Foster, who made a joke about how she wasn’t sure if she’d get the nomination because of the makeup that she wore on her face.

We think Foster is going down as a fantastic choice to be the first ever nominee of a Best Supporting Actress award, so let’s give her the award.