How to Stream All the 2019 Golden Globe Nominees

Following Thursday's Golden Globe nominations, you're probably thinking, "I'd love to watch Killing Eve again!" Or "Yeah, I heard Julia Roberts' performance in Homecoming is definitely worth a watch." Or even, "What the hell is Bodyguard? And where do I watch it?"

It can be a messy task to find out where to stream all of the Golden Globe nominees, so we did the legwork for you. Below you'll find all the nominees for the 76th Annual Golden Globe Awards, as well as the best spots to watch the series online.

Note: Several of these shows are available for purchase à la carte on iTunes, Amazon, and other outlets. The information below is for free streaming and streaming through services via subscription.


The Alienist
Nominated for Best Limited Series, Best Actor (Daniel Bruhl)
TNT's Victorian mystery is streaming on the network's website.

The Americans
Nominated for Best TV Drama, Best Actress (Keri Russell), Best Actor (Matthew Rhys)

All six seasons of FX's spy drama are available on Amazon. And yeah, you should start at the beginning.

The Assassination of Gianni Versace: American Crime Story
Nominated for Best Limited Series, Best Actor
in a Limited Series (Darren Criss), Best Supporting Actor (Edgar Ramirez), Best Supporting Actress (Penelope Cruz)
Like most FX shows, this one is hard to find. You can watch it if you have FX+, or you can watch the first season of the anthology on Netflix.

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Atlanta
Nominated for Best Actor (Donald Glover)

Robbin' Season was robbed this season of a Best Comedy nomination, but you can still watch Donald Glover if you have an FX+ subscription. Or maybe Donald has a few copies laying around if you know him.

Barry
Nominated for Best Musical or Comedy, Best Actor (Bill Hader), Best Supporting Actor (Henry Winkler)

Bill Hader's comedy about a hitman who gets the acting bug is great, and it can be streamed via HBO's streaming services: HBO Go, HBO Now, or as add-ons to Hulu and Amazon.

Bodyguard
Nominated for Best TV Drama, Best Actor (Richard Madden)

At just six heart-pounding episodes, the British import is a lightning-quick binge on Netflix.


Dirty John
Nominated for Best Actress in a Limited Series (Connie Britton)

The saucy drama about a con man who targets single women looking for marriage is currently airing on Bravo, and is on the network's site.

Escape at Dannemora
Nominated for Best Limited Series, Best Actress in a Limited Series (Patricia Arquette)

Ben Stiller's recreation of the infamous 2015 prison break is available with a Showtime subscription, Showtime Anytime, or a Showtime add-on to one of the streaming services.

Genius: Picasso
Nominated for Best Actor in a Limited Series (Antonio Banderas)

It's more fun than watching paint dry! The biography of the artist is now on Hulu. Season 1, about the life of Albert Einstein, is also there.

GLOW
Nominated for Best Actress (Alison Brie)

Both seasons of the wrestling dramedy are now on Netflix.

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The Good Place
Nominated for Best Musical or Comedy, Best Actress (Kristen Bell)

Seasons 1 and 2 of the heavenly comedy are now on Netflix, but you can also catch the current and past seasons on Hulu.

The Handmaid's Tale
Nominated for Best Actress (Elisabeth Moss), Best Supporting Actress (Yvonne Strahovski)

Get your gloom on with this dystopian series based on Margaret Atwood's novel via Hulu.

Homecoming
Nominated for Best TV Drama, Best Actress (Julia Roberts), Best Actor (Stephan James)

Sam Esmail's gorgeous psychological thriller about a secret government program that treats war vets really pops in UHD 4K on Amazon.


Kidding
Nominated for Best Musical or Comedy, Best Actor (Jim Carrey)

You'll need a Showtime subscription, Showtime Anytime, or a Showtime add-on to one of the streaming services to catch this dark look at a children's show host at his breaking point.

Killing Eve
Nominated for Best TV Drama, Best Actress (Sandra Oh)

You can catch the surprise hit of the year on Hulu.

The Kominsky Method
Nominated for Best Musical or Comedy,
Best Actor (Michael Douglas), Best Supporting Actor (Alan Arkin)
Chuck Lorre's comedy about the friendship between two aging Hollywood players is only on Netflix.

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The Marvelous Mrs. Maisel
Nominated for Best Musical or Comedy, Best Actress (Rachel Brosnahan), Best Supporting Actress (Alex Borstein)
Last year's Golden Globe and Emmy winner for Best Comedy is exclusively on Amazon.

Murphy Brown
Nominated for Best Actress (Candice Bergen)

You can catch the revival of the award-winning comedy on CBS All Access or on-demand through your cable subscription.

Outlander
Nominated for Best Actress (Caitriona Balfe)

The sweeping epic of time-traveling lovers who have knockout sex is only available with a Starz subscription, be it through the Starz app or as an add-on to Hulu or Amazon.


Ozark
Nominated for Best Actor (Jason Bateman)

Both seasons of the crime drama can be found on Netflix.

Patrick Melrose
Nominated for Best Actor in a Limited Series (Benedict Cumberbatch)

The man who was Sherlock deals with substance abuse and an abusive childhood in this Showtime series. You can watch it with a Showtime subscription, Showtime Anytime, or a Showtime add-on to one of the streaming services.

Pose
Nominated for Best TV Drama, Best Actor (Billy Porter)

Ryan Murphy's look at ball culture is currently only available on FX's streaming service, FX+. Cross your fingers that Netflix picks it up.

Seven Seconds
Nominated for Best Actress in a Limited Series (Regina King)

The story of a police cover-up involving the death of a 15-year-old is now on Netflix. But if we're being honest here, it's really only worth watching for King's performance.

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Sharp Objects
Nominated for Best Limited Series, Best Actress in a Limited Series (Amy Adams), Best Supporting Actress (Patricia Clarkson)

Watch Amy Adams pound booze while playing journalist, if you have HBO Go, HBO Now, or HBO as an add-on to Hulu and Amazon.

Succession
Nominated for Best Supporting Actor (Kieran Culkin)

Watch this slimeball played by Culkin become one of your favorite characters on TV, if you have HBO Go, HBO Now, or the HBO add-ons to Hulu and Amazon.

The Tale
Nominated for Best Actress in a Limited Series (Laura Dern)

Like all HBO programs, your best bet is to find it on HBO Go, HBO Now, or as add-ons to Hulu and Amazon.


A Very English Scandal
Nominated for Best Limited Series, Best Actor in a Limited Series (Hugh Grant), Best Supporting Actor (Ben Whishaw)

Oy oy! This quick miniseries about a British politician trying to keep a scandal quiet is on Amazon.

Westworld
Nominated for Best Supporting Actress (Thandie Newton)

Seasons 1 and 2 of the big-budget sci-fi Western are on HBO Go, HBO Now, or through the HBO add-ons to Hulu and Amazon.

Who Is America?
Nominated for Best Actor (Sacha Baron Cohen)

Watch people act the fool if you have a Showtime subscription, Showtime Anytime, or a Showtime add-on to one of the streaming services.

Will & Grace
Nominated for Best Actress (Debra Messing)

All eight seasons of the groundbreaking comedy's original run are on Hulu, as is the most current season of the revival.

This article originally appears on TV Guide.com.

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