The 29th Screen Actors Guild Awards took place on Sunday, Feb. 26 and celebrated a year of movies from 2022. After seeing an amazing run of nominees and winners, we just want to be able to keep watching. Where can you rewatch the 29th Screen Actors Guild Awards online?
When the awards show aired live, it took place via livestream rather than on television. This was an agreement between Netflix and SAG-AFTRA, where the awards show would be moved to the streaming platform’s YouTube page in 2024.
Some of the top winners included Everything Everywhere All At Once for Best Picture, Michelle Yeoh for Best Actress in a Leading Role, Brendan Fraser as Best Actor in a Leading Role, Jamie Lee Curtis for Best Actress in a Supporting Role, and Ke Huy Quan for Best Actor in a Supporting Role.
In fact, Yeoh and Quan made history as the first Asian actors to win in their respective categories. During his speech, Quan said “This moment no longer belongs to just me, it also belongs to everyone who has asked for change.” Everything Everywhere All At Once also broke records with four wins.
Where can you rewatch the 29th Screen Actors Guild Awards?
Winners for television included The White Lotus for Best Drama Series and Abbot Elementary for Best Comedy Series. In addition to the winners, actress Sally Field received the Lifetime Achievement Award.
This was a great night for such a diverse cast and it looked like everyone had an amazing time at the ceremony. Is there a way you can rewatch the entire awards ceremony to see the magic again and again? The only place you can find it will be Netflix’s YouTube page. They actually have two versions, with one being an audio descriptive experience for viewers.
Let us know in the comments below what you thought of the results of the 29th Annual Screen Actors Guild Awards.