Hours after Tiffany Haddish and Andy Serkis read the 2018 Academy Awards nominations, several late night television hosts expressed their opinions regarding the Oscar race.

Jimmy Kimmel's Take

The late-night host that viewers wanted to hear from the most was Jimmy Kimmel. For the second year in the row, Kimmel will host Oscars' 90th birthday bash.

Kimmel immediately targeted Golden Raspberry Award nominee Boo 2: A Madea Halloween. Tyler Perry's latest Madea silver screen adventure took home awards including Worst Actress.

Kimmel next pointed out that Guillermo del Toro's The Shape of Water earned 13 nominations. However, the late-night host received a lot of laughs when he joked about the movie earning a nomination for designing the best genitalia.

He also sent his congratulations to acting veterans Meryl Streep and Denzel Washington for earning their record-breaking nominations. However, Kimmel claimed that Washington was "not in a movie this year." He also sent congratulations to Greta Gerwig, Jordan Peele, and Kobe Bryant for their nominations. Kimmel also acknowledged Wonder Woman and The Post's significant snubs.

The two-time Oscar host also expressed his desire to see which film would "accidentally" win the Best Picture award. Kimmel was referring to the Best Picture announcement error at the 2017 Academy Awards, where Faye Dunaway accidentally announced La La Land as the winner when it was Moonlight that was the actual winner.

Stephen Colbert's Lack Of Outrage

On Late Show with Stephen Colbert, Colbert joked that Oscar winners will receive a fully-clothed golden statuette in the wake of both the Time's Up campaign and #MeToo Movement. He also commented that there was no #OscarsSoWhite commentary and compared The Shape of Water's love story with Stormy Daniels and President Ronald Trump's controversial love affair.

Colbert also "mixed up" Get Out director Jordan Peele with La La Land. He also acknowledged Gerwig for becoming the fifth female to be nominated for Best Director. Colbert stated that the Academy of Motion Picture Arts and Sciences selected two of Entertainment Weekly's Top Entertainers of 2017, so that they could pit their Twitter followers against each other, and whoever loses the golden statue would make their fan base freak out on the social media network.

The Tonight Show's Minimal Mention

The Tonight Show with Jimmy Fallon viewers might have been disappointed with the lack of Oscars coverage on the NBC show. Fallon focused more on a Melania Trump excuse generator and Pepper the robot.

When Fallon mentioned the awards show, he acknowledged The Shape of Water, Get Out, and Lady Bird's nomination in the Best Picture category. He also added a photo of Pres. Trump's attempt at impersonating tennis legend Billie Jean King as a punch line.

The 90th Academy Awards will air on March 4 on ABC.