The strangest Emmys season in history finally has its nominees. On Tuesday, the Television Academy announced which shows and stars will compete for top honors at the Emmy Awards in September. The nominations included many expected contenders, like Succession, Watchmen, and Schitt’s Creek, as well as a few major surprises. For those hoping to catch up on all the Emmy nominees before the event, hosted by Jimmy Kimmel, airs this fall, here is where to stream 2020’s Emmy-nominated shows.
Curb Your Enthusiasm
The long-running Larry David series was nominated four times overall.
Dead to Me
The Netflix comedy landed four nominations, including lead actress nods for stars Christina Applegate and Linda Cardellini.
The Good Place
The existential comedy, which ended in January, received six nominations including a lead actor nod for Ted Danson.
The Issa Rae comedy received six total nominations, including nods for lead actress Issa Rae and supporting actress Yvonne Orji.
The Kominsky Method
The Chuck Lorre series earned three nominations, including one for Michael Douglas.
The Marvelous Mrs. Maisel
The Amazon series, which won the award in this category at the 2018 ceremony, also earned nominations for lead actress (Rachel Brosnahan), supporting actress (Alex Borstein), supporting actor (Sterling K. Brown and Tony Shaloub), and guest actor (Luke Kirby). All told, the show received 20 nominations.
The beloved show, which wrapped up its run earlier this year, grabbed 15 nominations, including nods for stars Eugene Levy, Catherine O’Hara, Dan Levy, and Annie Murphy.
What We Do in the Shadows
The FX comedy received eight total nominations.
Better Call Saul
The Breaking Bad spinoff received seven total nominations, including a supporting actor nod for Giancarlo Esposito.
The Netflix show earned 13 nominations, including lead actress for Olivia Colman.
The Handmaid’s Tale
A winner here in this category in 2017, the Hulu drama received 10 nominations.
The twisty drama received eight nominations, including lead actress nods for stars Sandra Oh and Jodie Comer.
The first-year Disney+ series received 15 total nominations.
The Netflix drama from Jason Bateman received 18 nominations, including acting nods for Bateman, Laura Linney, and Julie Garner.
The Netflix sci-fi series received eight total nominations.
The HBO water cooler hit received a total of 18 nominations, including lead actor nominations for Brian Cox and Jeremy Strong, a supporting actress nod for Sarah Snook, and supporting actor nominations for Nicholas Braun, Kieran Culkin, and Matthew Macfadyen.
Little Fires Everywhere
The Hulu show with Reese Witherspoon and Kerry Washington earned a total of five nominations, including for Washington as a lead actress in the limited series category.
The FX drama was a hit with critics and Emmy voters alike. It earned 10 nominations including for star Cate Blanchett.
The Netflix drama was given four nominations, including for supporting actress Toni Collette.
The Netflix series received eight nominations.
The buzzy HBO limited series grabbed 26 nominations to lead all shows in 2020.
All products featured on Vanity Fair are independently selected by our editors. However, when you buy something through our retail links, we may earn an affiliate commission.
More Great Stories From Vanity Fair
— Cover Story: Viola Davis on Her Hollywood Triumphs, Her Journey out of Poverty, and Her Regrets About Making The Help
— Ziwe Fumudoh Has Mastered the Art of Putting White People on the Spot
— Netflix’s Unsolved Mysteries: Five Burning Questions Answered About Rey Rivera, Rob Endres, and More
— Watch the Celebrity-Filled Fan-Film Version of The Princess Bride
— Carl Reiner’s Fairy-Tale Ending
— The Secrets of Marianne and Connell’s First Sex Scene in Normal People
— From the Archive: Uncovering the Secret Snaps of Sammy Davis Jr.
Looking for more? Sign up for our daily Hollywood newsletter and never miss a story.