Where to Stream 'Watchmen,' 'The Crown' & More 2020 Emmy Nominees

The Crown; Watchmen; Little Fires Everywhere
Netflix; HBO; Hulu

It's never too late to catch up with this year's Emmy nominees and plenty of them are available to stream at the touch of a button.

Whether you're searching for some comic relief with a fan favorite like The Marvelous Mrs. Maisel, some historical drama with The Crown or Mrs. America, or timely titles like Watchmen, streaming has you covered.

Below, we're rounding up where you can find some of this year's series nominees ahead of the September ceremony.

72nd Annual Emmy Awards, Sunday, September 20, 8/7c, ABC

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We highlight some stunning selections, from various 'Watchmen' installments to 'The Crown's devastating 'Aberfan.'
The Crown Olivia Colman
Netflix

The Crown

Nominations: 13, including outstanding drama
Stream it: Netflix

Olivia Colman rules (in every sense) as the British royal saga’s second Elizabeth II.

Little Fires Everywhere
Erin Simkin/Hulu

Little Fires Everywhere

Nominations: 5, including limited series
Stream it: Hulu

Based on Celeste Ng’s 2017 bestseller, the drama stars Reese Witherspoon and Kerry Washington as suburban Ohio moms who clash over their different values.

The Marvelous Mrs. Maisel
Amazon Prime Video

The Marvelous Mrs. Maisel

Nominations: 20, including lead actress in a comedy
Stream it: Prime Video

Those R-rated sets pay off for comic Midge (Rachel Brosnahan): She’s poised for stardom!

The Morning Show Reese Witherspoon Jennifer Aniston
Apple TV+

The Morning Show

Nominations: 8, including lead actress in a drama
Stream it: Apple TV+

The off-camera intrigue at an a.m. news program is juicier than the headlines. Nominees Jennifer Aniston and Steve Carell costar.

Mrs. America Cate Blanchett
Sabrina Lantos/FX

Mrs. America

Nominations: 10, including limited series
Stream it: Hulu

The true story of activist Phyllis Schlafly (Cate Blanchett), who crusaded against the Equal Rights Amendment in the 1970s and ’80s.

Ozark Laura Linney Jason Bateman
Netflix

Ozark

Nominations: 18, including lead actor and actress in a drama
Stream it: Netflix

Yep, the gritty drama grew even darker as drug money–laundering couple Marty and Wendy Byrde (Jason Bateman and Laura Linney) went to drastic lengths to survive.

Succession HBO
HBO

Succession

Nominations: 18, including outstanding drama
Stream it: HBO Max

The wealthy and dysfunctional Roy family face a crisis as they deal with the fallout from a massive scandal at their company. Who will take the blame?

Unorthodox
Netflix

Unorthordox

Nominations: Eight, including limited series
Stream it: Netflix

A Hasidic Jewish woman (Shira Haas) living in Brooklyn flees her oppressive marriage and heads to Berlin.

Watchmen Regina King
HBO

Watchmen

Nominations: 26 (the most of any show this year), including limited series
Stream it: HBO Max

A stunning comic book–inspired epic starring Regina King as a fierce, masked hero battling white supremacists.