After what felt like an endless year in quarantine, ABC is finally hosting the 93rd annual Academy Awards on Sunday evening. Per usual in the year’s biggest awards show, the Disney-owned network ran a raft of promos throughout. Below is everything ABC is previewing in this year’s broadcast.

The Oscars are taking place at Union Station and the Dolby Theater at Hollywood & Highland Center in Los Angeles as well as at international locations via satellite. The show airs at 8 p.m. ET/5 p.m. PT on ABC as well as in more than 200 territories worldwide. This year, Oscars: After Dark immediately follows the main broadcast.

Get ready Bachelor Nation! The Bachelorette will debut its 17th season starring Kate Thurstin on Monday, June 7:

The wannabes of American Idol are headed to Disney World in Orlando for Disney Night on Sunday, May 2:

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David E. Kelley’s Big Sky looks as scary and sassy as ever in this spot in which leading lady Katheryn Winnick runs through critics’ comments in order to evade her axe-wielding opponent:

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Topher Grace finds he just can’t compete—whether its with his show-off brother Connor (Jimmy Tatro) or Matt Damon—in ABC’s Wednesday night sitcom Home Economics:

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No one can say no to Katey Sagal as Erin Brockovitch-inspired Rebel in ABC’s new Thursday night drama:

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Celebrate 50 Years of Sunny Days and everybody’s favorite kids’ educational series, Sesame Street, in this special airing Monday, April 26.

[Images courtesy of ABC]

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