Golden Globes 2021: Which Nominated Films can You Watch at Home Right Now?

Awards season 2021 took a big step forward on Feb. 3 with the announcement of this year’s Golden Globe nominations. As expected from a year of pandemic lockdowns, the field was dominated by streaming originals more than any year prior.

Here’s a breakdown of where you can stream some of the films and TV shows nominated this year right now, or in the coming weeks. The Golden Globes will air on Feb 28, hosted once again by fan-favorites Tina Fey and Amy Poehler.

Golden Globe nominees on Netflix

Golden Globe nominees Prince Charles (Josh O'Connor) and Princess Diana (Emma Corrin) in 'The Crown.'
Prince Charles (Josh O’Connor) and Princess Diana (Emma Corrin) in ‘The Crown.’ | Netflix

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As the biggest and most dominant streaming service, it’s unsurprising that Netflix dominated the Golden Globes nominations this year. All told, the streamer picked up 42 nominations, 22 for films and 20 for TV shows.

This includes the most nominations for a single show, The Crown, and the most for a single film, David Fincher’s Mank. It even had the second-most nominated film, The Trial of the Chicago 7.

Netflix’s other nominated films were The Life Ahead, Ma Rainey’s Black Bottom, The Prom, Hillbilly Elegy, The Midnight Sky, Over the Moon, and Pieces of a Woman. It also received a nomination for the film I Care a Lot, which will premiere on Feb. 19.

Beyond The Crown, its other nominated original shows include The Queen’s Gambit, Ozark, Ratched, Emily in Paris, Unorthodox, and Hollywood. The comedy Schitt’s Creek, which received five nominations this year, is also available on Netflix, though it is not an original series. The fifth season of Better Call Saul also received a nomination, Best Actor in a Drama for Bob Odenkirk, but only the first four seasons are streaming on Netflix.

Golden Globe nominees on HBO

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HBO managed a distant second to Netflix with seven nominations, as well as two for HBO Max. This includes shows like The Undoing, The Flight Attendant, I Know This Much is True, and Perry Mason. All can be streamed on HBO Max.

The Warner Bros. films Judas and the Black Messiah and The Little Things received nominations and are part of the studio’s “Same Day Premiere” plan for HBO Max in 2021. The Little Things is currently streaming on the service until Feb. 28, and Judas will premiere on Feb. 12 and stick around for 30 days.

Emma with Anya Taylor-Joy is also available on HBO and HBO Max, having premiered in theaters back in February.

Nominees on Amazon Prime and Hulu

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Amazon received Golden Globe nominations for its original films Borat Subsequent Moviefilm, One Night in Miami, and Sound of Metal, as well as its original series Small Axe and Hunters.

Hulu received nominations for its original films Palm Springs, which premiered over the summer, and The United States vs. Billie Holiday, which will premiere on Feb. 26. Its original shows The Great, Ramy, Normal People, and Mrs. America were also nominated.

Hulu currently hosts other nominated series from other networks like Killing Eve and Zoey’s Extraordinary Playlist. Searchlight Studios will also premiere the awards season juggernaut, Nomadland, on the platform alongside its theatrical release on Feb. 19.

And the rest

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The Disney+ original The Mandalorian picked up its first Golden Globe nomination this year for Best Drama Series. Disney’s flagship service also boasts the nominated Pixar films Onward and Soul. The filmed version of Hamilton, available on Disney+, also added to the musical’s war chest of nominations throughout the years.

Apple TV+ picked up nominations for the breakout series Ted Lasso, as well as the original films Wolfwalkers and On the Rocks. Showtime picked up a healthy amount of nominations for series like The Good Lord Bird, Your Honor, and The Comey Rule. Finally, specialty horror streaming service Shudder picked up a nomination for La Llorona, an original film it acquired from Guatemala.