Emmys: Where to Stream the 2017 Nominees

8:30 AM 8/30/2017

by Sydney Odman

Ahead of the Sept. 17 Primetime Emmy Awards ceremony, find out where to stream the nominated shows, when they're coming back and more.

From left: 'Atlanta,' 'The Handmaid's Tale' and 'Westworld'
From left: 'Atlanta,' 'The Handmaid's Tale' and 'Westworld'
From left to right: Courtesy of FX, Hulu and HBO

In the world of television, the Primetime Emmy Awards recognize the greatest shows of the year in all aspects of production: acting, writing, directing, casting, cinematography and more. Although HBO fan favorite series Game of Thrones isn't eligible this year, critically acclaimed works such as The Crown, Stranger Things, Black-ish and Big Little Lies all received multiple noms for the upcoming awards show. With 22 nominations each, NBC's Saturday Night Live and HBO's Westworld lead the pack.

In anticipation of the star-studded event, THR compiled a list of where to watch this year's Emmy nominees, including outstanding drama series, outstanding comedy series and outstanding limited series, before the show airs, so you can catch up on anything you may have missed.

The 69th Primetime Emmy Awards will air live Sept. 17 on CBS, with Stephen Colbert serving as host.

  • Atlanta

    Outstanding Comedy Series

    Courtesy of FX

    After collecting two Golden Globe Awards in 2016, Atlanta scored six Emmy nominations this year. Starring Donald Glover, FX's series is "ambitious and refreshing," according to Rotten Tomatoes. 

    Atlanta will be returning for a second season in 2018, while in the meantime, Glover will continue to work on other various projects. 

    Available on: FXnetworks.com with a subscription. Episodes are also available for purchase on iTunes and Amazon. 

  • Better Call Saul

    Outstanding Drama Series

    Michele K. Short/AMC/Sony Pictures Television

    With nine Emmy nominations, including best drama series, this Breaking Bad prequel has received wide critical acclaim similar to that of its predecessor. 

    AMC has confirmed that Better Call Saul will be returning in 2018 for a 10-episode fourth season. 

    Available on: AMC.com with a subscription. Episodes are also available for purchase on iTunes and Amazon. 

  • Big Little Lies

    Outstanding Limited Series

    Courtesy of HBO

    HBO miniseries Big Little Lies, comprised of only seven episodes, is nominated for 16 Emmys, including best limited series. 

    Based on the novel of the same name by Liane Moriarty, Big Little Lies has not yet been officially renewed for a second season. In a recent interview with THR, star-producer Reese Witherspoon said she is "optimistic that there might be more." 

    Available on: HBO Go and HBO Now

  • Black-ish

    Outstanding Comedy Series

    Courtesy of ABC

    Hit family comedy Black-ish has been hailed for its hilarious take on real-life issues surrounding racism, culture, politics and more. Created by Kenya Barris, Black-ish was nominated for four Emmys, including best comedy series. 

    As one of ABC's top-rated programs, Black-ish will be returning for a fourth season Oct. 3. 

    Available on: Hulu and ABC.go.com

  • The Crown

    Outstanding Drama Series

    Alex Bailey/Netflix

    Netflix's period drama racked up a total of 13 nominations this season. 

    The Crown was renewed for a second season, which will premiere Dec. 8. The upcoming season will feature new cast members including Matthew Goode as Antony Armstrong Jones, Michael C. Hall as President John F. Kennedy, Jodi Balfour as Jackie Kennedy and Anton Lesser as Harold Macmillan. 

    Available on: Netflix

  • Fargo

    Outstanding Limited Series

    Courtesy of FX

    Created in 2014 by Noah Hawley, FX's anthology series Fargo has won five Emmy awards. The crime drama's third season, starring Ewan McGregor, Carrie Coon and Mary Elizabeth Winstead, collected 16 Emmy nominations. 

    The future of Fargo remains to be seen, as the show is on an indefinite hiatus. 

    Available on: FXnetworks.com with a subscription. Episodes are also available for purchase on iTunes and Amazon. 

  • Feud: Bette and Joan

    Outstanding Limited Series

    Courtesy of Suzanne Tenner/FX

    From Emmy winner Ryan Murphy, Feud: Bette and Joan follows the iconic rivalry between Hollywood stars Bette Davis and Joan Crawford. Starring Jessica Lange and Susan Sarandon, the limited series received 18 Emmy nominations. 

    Officially renewed Feb. 28, Feud will return for a second season in 2018, this time focusing around Prince Charles and the late Princess Diana. 

    Available on: FXnetworks.com with a subscription. Episodes are also available for purchase on iTunes and Amazon. 

  • Genius

    Outstanding Limited Series

    Courtesy of Dusan Martincek/National Geographic

    Period drama Genius follows the life of Albert Einstein from his younger years all throughout his time as an accomplished physicist. The anthology series racked up 10 Emmy nominations for its first season. 

    National Geographic officially renewed Genius for a second season to be released in 2018, following the life of Pablo Picasso. 

    Available on: National Geographic and FOX.com. Episodes are also available for purchase on iTunes and Amazon. 

  • The Handmaid's Tale

    Outstanding Drama Series

    Courtesy of George Kraychyk/Hulu)

    Based on the best-selling novel of the same name by Margaret Atwood, The Handmaid's Tale premiered earlier this year on Hulu. Starring Elisabeth Moss, the show was nominated for 13 Emmy awards, including outstanding drama series. 

    The Handmaid's Tale was picked up by Hulu for a second season to premiere in 2018. 

    Available on: Hulu

  • House of Cards

    Outstanding Drama Series

    Courtesy of Netflix

    With more than 50 Emmy nominations since its premiere in 2013, House of Cards continues to keep its fans on the edge of their seats. This year, the Netflix political drama received six nominations. 

    The return of House of Cards for a sixth season has not yet been confirmed. 

    Available on: Netflix

  • Master of None

    Outstanding Comedy Series

    Courtesy of Netflix

    In 2016, Aziz Ansari's Master of None won an Emmy for best writing in a comedy series. This year, the Netflix hit series received a total of eight nominations. Since its premiere in 2015, Master of None has earned an impressive approval rating of 100 percent on Rotten Tomatoes for both seasons 1 and 2. 

    A third season has not yet been confirmed. 

    Available on: Netflix

  • Modern Family

    Outstanding Comedy Series

    Courtesy of ABC

    ABC sitcom Modern Family has won 22 Emmy Awards throughout its time on the air. This year, the Emmy favorite is nominated for five awards, including outstanding comedy series — a category it's won five times.

    Modern Family will be premiering its ninth season on Sept. 27. 

    Available on: Hulu and ABC.go.com

  • The Night Of

    Outstanding Limited Series

    Courtesy of Craig Blankenhorn/HBO

    With 13 Emmy nominations in its debut season, HBO's The Night Of is another critically acclaimed crime drama. 

    Although The Night Of was designed as a standalone piece, creator Steven Zaillian has said he is not totally opposed to pursuing a second season of the miniseries. 

    Available on: HBO Go and HBO Now

  • Silicon Valley

    Outstanding Comedy Series

    Courtesy of HBO

    HBO comedy Silicon Valley has won multiple Emmy awards in the past and is back again after scoring four nominations this year. 

    The show, created by Mike Judge, was renewed for a fifth season and will return in 2018. 

    Available on: HBO Go and HBO Now

  • Stranger Things

    Outstanding Drama Series

    Courtesy of Netflix

    Science-fiction series Stranger Things made a signficant splash in its debut season, scoring a total of 18 Emmy nominations. With a 1980s nostalgic feel, the Netflix drama was well received by critics and viewers alike. 

    In appropriate supernatural fashion, season 2 of Stranger Things is set to be released over Halloween weekend on Oct. 27. 

    Available on: Netflix

  • This Is Us

    Outstanding Drama Series

    Ron Batzdorff/NBC

    In its debut season, NBC's family drama This Is Us collected a total of 11 Emmy nominations, marking the first time in six years that a network series was nominated in the outstanding drama category. 

    The show was renewed for a second season earlier this year and is set to premiere Sept. 27 on NBC. 

    Available on: NBC.com and Hulu

  • Unbreakable Kimmy Schmidt

    Outstanding Comedy Series

    Courtesy of Netflix

    Created by 30 Rock veterans Tina Fey and Robert Carlock, Unbreakable Kimmy Schmidt, starring The Office's Ellie Kemper, snagged five Emmy noms this awards season.

    The Netflix sitcom was officially renewed for a fourth season June 13. 

    Available on: Netflix

  • Veep

    Outstanding Comedy Series

    HBO

    For its sixth season, HBO political satire series Veep is nominated for 17 Emmy awards, including best comedy, which it's won the past two years. Following the life of fictional vice president-turned-president Selina Meyer (Julia Louis-Dreyfus), Veep boasts an approval rating average of 91 percent on Rotten Tomatoes. 

    The Emmy-winning comedy series will return in 2018. 

    Available on: HBO Go and HBO Now

  • Westworld

    Outstanding Drama Series

    Courtesy of HBO

    Despite the fact that Game of Thrones wasn't eligible to compete at this year's Emmy Awards, HBO still managed to reign supreme as the network with the most nominations. Created by Jonathan Nolan and Lisa Joy, Westworld solidified HBO's lead after receiving a grand total of 22 noms (tied with Saturday Night Live). 

    Westworld was renewed for a second season to be released sometime next year. 

    Available on: HBO Go and HBO Now 

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