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Where to watch every 2022 Emmy-nominated show, from ‘Euphoria’ to ‘Ted Lasso’

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  • The 74th Primetime Emmy Awards will be held on September 12. 
  • Several popular shows, like “Euphoria” and “Ted Lasso,” snagged nominations this year. 
  • You can stream all of the nominated series before the winners are announced. 

The 2022 Emmy Awards will be held on September 12, and nominations were announced on July 12. This year, 21 shows are vying for one of three top prizes: outstanding drama, outstanding comedy, and outstanding limited or anthology series. 

HBO/HBO Max leads the pack with a whopping 140 total nominations, and Netflix comes in second with 105. When it comes to individual shows, “Succession” is the most nominated series overall with 25 nominations.

Whether you’re looking for a laugh-out-loud comedy or a gripping drama, there’s something for everyone among the list of Emmy nominees. Below, we rounded up where you can watch every nominated show in each of the outstanding series categories.

Every series is available to stream now, so you can catch up on any episodes you missed before the winners get announced. After you get caught up, you can tune into the 2022 Emmy ceremony live on NBC at 8 p.m. ET on September 12.

Outstanding drama serieseuphoriaZendaya in HBO’s “Euphoria.”

HBO

The outstanding drama series category features eight nominees. Of those eight, four are first-time nominees — “Euphoria” has never competed for the top prize before, while “Squid Game,” “Severance,” and “Yellowjackets” debuted during this past TV season.

“Squid Game” is also making history as the first non-English language show to compete in outstanding drama. 

Of the nominees, “Yellowjackets” holds the highest percentage of positive reviews according to review-aggregator “Rotten Tomatoes.” The first season has a “100% Certified Fresh” rating. 

Where to watch 2022 Emmy nominees for outstanding drama series: 

Show: Where to stream:
“Better Call Saul” (Season 6, Part 1) AMC Plus, Vudu (Season 6), Netflix (Seasons 1-5)
“Euphoria” (Season 2) HBO Max
“Ozark” (Season 4) Netflix
“Severance” (Season 1) Apple TV Plus
“Squid Game” (Season 1) Netflix
“Stranger Things” (Season 4) Netflix
“Succession” (Season 3) HBO Max
“Yellowjackets” (Season 1) Showtime

Outstanding comedy seriesThe cast of "Abbott Elementary"Chris Perfetti, Quinta Brunson, Lisa Ann Walter, and Sheryl Lee Ralph in “Abbott Elementary.”

ABC

Eight shows are nominated for outstanding comedy series. “Ted Lasso” is the most-nominated comedy for the second year running, again amassing 20 total nominations. 

As the creator and executive producer of “Abbott Elementary,” Quinta Brunson is making Emmy history as the first Black woman to be nominated for three comedy awards; in addition to the outstanding comedy series nomination, Brunson is also nominated for outstanding lead actress and outstanding writing. 

The most critically acclaimed nominees of the bunch are “Hacks” and “Only Murders in the Building.” Both have “100% Fresh” ratings on Rotten Tomatoes. 

Where to watch 2022 Emmy nominees for outstanding comedy series:

Show: Where to stream:
“Abbott Elementary” (Season 1) Hulu
“Barry” (Season 3) HBO Max
“Curb Your Enthusiasm” (Season 11) HBO Max
“Hacks” (Season 2) HBO Max
“The Marvelous Mrs. Maisel” (Season 4) Amazon Prime Video
“Only Murders in the Building” (Season 1) Hulu
“Ted Lasso” (Season 2) Apple TV Plus
“What We Do in the Shadows” (Season 3) Hulu

Outstanding limited or anthology seriesBrittany O’Grady, Sydney Sweeney, and Murray Bartlett on season one of "The White Lotus."Brittany O’Grady, Sydney Sweeney, and Murray Bartlett on season one of “The White Lotus.”

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Hulu dominates the limited or anthology series category this year, having released three of the five nominees. The other two nominees come from HBO and Netflix. 

Though “The White Lotus” is returning for a second season, the show is eligible to be nominated in this category because the upcoming season will feature a mostly new cast and story. 

The limited series with the highest percentage of positive reviews, according to Rotten Tomatoes, are “The Dropout” and “The White Lotus.” Both have “89% Certified Fresh” ratings. 

Where to watch 2022 Emmy nominees for outstanding limited or anthology series: 

Show: Where to stream:
“Dopesick” Hulu
“The Dropout” Hulu
“Inventing Anna” Netflix
“Pam & Tommy” Hulu
“The White Lotus” (Season 1) HBO Max

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