2021 Emmys: Where to Stream This Year’s Nominees

Streaming services are dominating the 73rd Annual Emmy Awards. From Apple TV+ to HBO Max, Hulu, and Netflix, the shows offered on these platforms boast the highest number of nominations at the 2021 Emmys.

Actors, writers, directors, and other behind-the-scenes crew from shows like Ted Lasso, The Queen’s GambitThe Mandalorian, and more are up for recognition at the 2021 Emmy Awards. Find out where to stream all of the nominated TV series ahead of the Emmy Awards on Sept. 19. 

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‘Black-ish’ 

The ABC comedy series is up for six Emmys this year. Stream Black-ish on demand, Hulu, FuboTV, or Sling. 

‘The Boys’ 

The second season of the anti-hero series is eligible for five Emmys in 2021. Stream The Boys on Amazon Prime

‘Bridgerton’ 

The first season of Shonda Rhimes’ adaptation of Julia Quinn’s best-selling novels has been nominated for 12 awards at the 2021 Emmys. Stream Bridgerton on Netflix

‘Cobra Kai’ 

Cobra Kai Season 3 is up for four Emmys this year. Stream Cobra Kai on Netflix

‘The Crown’ 

Season 4 of the Netflix series ties with the Disney Plus series The Mandalorian in nominations this year with 24. Stream The Crown on Netflix

‘Emily in Paris’ 

The debut season of Emily in Paris is nominated for two Emmys this year for the first season. Stream Emily in Paris on Netflix

‘The Flight Attendant’ 

The star-studded HBO Max series inspired by Chris Bohjalian’s novel is nominated for nine Emmys this year. Stream The Flight Attendant on HBO Max

‘Hacks’ 

The comedy series is nominated for 14 Emmys at the 73rd Annual Awards. Stream Hacks on HBO Max

‘The Handmaid’s Tale’ 

Inspired by Margaret Atwood’s dystopian book, the Hulu original series has 21 Emmy nominations for season 4. Stream The Handmaid’s Tale on Hulu

‘Halston’ 

The Netflix series Halston is nominated five times at this year’s Emmy Awards. Stream the fashion drama exclusively on Netflix

‘I May Destroy You’ 

HBO Max’s limited series I May Destroy You has nine nominations at the 2021 Primetime Emmys. Stream the drama on HBO Max or Hulu

‘The Kominsky Method’ 

The second season of The Kominsky Method landed seven nods at this year’s Emmy Awards. Stream the comedy series exclusively on Netflix

‘Lovecraft Country’ 

The recently canceled Lovecraft Country has 13 Emmy nominations. Stream the adaption of Matt Ruff’s fantasy novel on HBO Max and Hulu

‘The Mandalorian’ 

The Star Wars-inspired series is tied with The Crown with 24 nominations. Stream The Mandalorian exclusively on Disney+

‘Mare of Easttown’ 

Mare of Easttown is a limited series nominated for 16 Emmys. Stream the drama exclusively on HBO Max

‘Pen15’

The Hulu comedy series from Maya Erskine and Anna Konkle nabbed three nominations for season 2. Pen15 streams exclusively on Hulu

‘Pose’ 

The final season of the FX series Pose has nine Emmy nominations this year. Stream the series on Netflix

‘The Queen’s Gambit’ 

The chess drama starring Anya Taylor-Joy has 18 Emmy nominations. Stream the adaptation of the Walter Tevis novel exclusively on Netflix

‘Ted Lasso’ 

Ted Lasso, which has recently been confirmed for a third season, has 20 Emmy nominations for season 1. The comedy-drama developed by and starring Jason Sudeikis is available to stream exclusively on Apple TV+

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‘This Is Us’ 

Season 5 of the NBC drama received six Emmy nominations this year. Stream episodes of This Is Us on NBC.com for free or with premium subscriptions to Amazon Prime, FuboTV, Hulu, Peacock, or Sling. 

‘The Underground Railroad’ 

The original series based on Colson Whitehead’s Pulitzer Prize novel is nominated for seven Emmys. Stream The Underground Railroad exclusively on Amazon Prime

‘WandaVision’ 

WandaVision is the third-most nominated series at the 2021 Emmys with 23 nominations. Stream the Avengers-inspired spinoff exclusively on Disney+

Stream these Emmy-nominated comedies, dramas, and limited series now.