Thanks in part to programming delays caused by the Winter Olympics, this year's film awards season, which kicked off over three months ago, seems to have been going on forever. But for millions of viewers, the season may finally be coming to an abrupt end -- before the Oscars air on TV.

That's because, as we reported earlier this week, Cablevision is threatening to pull the plug on ABC's flagship New York affiliate WABC-TV at midnight on Sunday morning, less than a day before the network is set to broadcast the highly anticipated 82nd Academy Awards. And should that occur, over three million subscribers in New York, New Jersey and Connecticut may be unable to view the ceremony.
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