Find out where to watch the Emmys 2021 series TV News

Find out where to watch the Emmys 2021 series TV News

The Television Academy celebrates the 73rd edition of the Emmys this Sunday (19), presenting the winners of the TV Oscars for the 2021 season in the country via streaming services such as Netflix, Prime Video and Disney+.

A big favorite of the night, Netflix is ​​the platform to attract the most 2021 Emmy nominated attractions in the Best Drama, Comedy, and Miniseries categories, with six. Behind is Prime Video and HBO Max, which each have four.

Other services such as Disney+, Paramount+, Apple TV+ and even newcomer Star+ have series that are on the list of main categories for Emmys 2021.

See where to watch this year’s top Emmy series:


Anya Taylor-Joy in the Queen’s Gambit

Emmy Nominees on Netflix

Named the big favorite to pick up the best drama series idol and finally, Netflix was given the grand prize of the night, with four seasons available on The Crown’s platform. There is another one that is Bridgerton, which competes in the same category.

Among the productions nominated for Best Miniseries or Telefilm, the streaming giant has last year’s event O Gambito da Rainha (2020) and is one of the main contestants for the award. This is the only category in which Netflix has only one title.

Already in the best comedy series, the stage has at least three chances to snap the statue. Kominsky Method in Paris (2019-2021), Cobra Kai and Emily may take the prize.

Emmy Nominees on Prime Video

The second streaming to be implemented in Brazil, Prime Video tried its third anointing at the TV Oscars, when Marvelous Mrs. Maisel and Fleabag (2016-2018) snatched the 2018 and 2019 editions.

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At Emmys 2021, the service won Underground Railroad in Best Miniseries or Telefilm. In the comedy category, Prime Video has a blackish series available with six seasons in its catalogue.

In Best Drama Series, The Boys debuted at this year’s edition of the awards as Prime Video’s only original production. However, the service still has five seasons of the drama This Is Us, which is broadcast in the United States by the NBC network.

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Easttown’s Kate Winslet M Mare

Emmy Nominees on HBO Max

Available in Brazil starting June, HBO Max is Netflix’s main competitor for snapping the biggest idols of the night. WarnerMedia’s new streaming service has been nominated in TV’s top Oscar categories.

In Best Drama Series, Cancel Lovecraft Country (2020) tries to fight for the prize with its unique season. In the Best Miniseries category, Easttown’s highly acclaimed Mare (2021) and I May Destroy You (2020) could still pull off the favorite O Gambito da Rainha.

Amidst the humor, HBO Max can still surprise. The service has two strong competitors in Hacks and The Flight Attendant and is part of the most acclaimed titles this year by critics and audiences alike.

Emmy nominees on other streams

Disney+ kicked off the Emmys with two of the most pop culture-moving productions in recent years. WandaVision (2021) is in contention for Best Miniseries, while The Mandalorian may be surprised to take the statuette for Best Drama Series.

Apple TV+ has Ted Lasso, the biggest favorite to take home the award for Best Comedy and win several in the acting categories. On Paramount+ you can find the beloved The Handmaid’s Tale and the little-known Pen15.

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The smallest on the list, Star+ is also available in its pose catalog (2018-2021) and in the above This Is Us. In the case of the second, the sixth and final season will be exclusive to Disney’s new streaming service.

About the author: Will Smith

Will covers public and private tech markets from New York. He was previously a Knight-Bagehot Fellow in Economics and Business Journalism at Columbia University, and prior to that was a reporter at the Los Angeles Business Journal. He has received a Journalist of the Year award from the L.A. Press Club and an investigative reporting award from the Society of American Business Editors and Writers.

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