Where You Can Watch This Year’s Golden Globe Nominees

Devon Ivie
Vulture

When December rolls around and the annual Golden Globe nominations are announced in all of their early-morning splendor, there’s a chance the Five Stages of Award Season Angst might hit you: denial over your personal favorites being snubbed; anger that you’ve missed so many of these films and television shows; bargaining with your friends to cancel plans in favor of binge-watching; depression after spending three weeks indoors for the aforementioned binge-watching; and eventual acceptance that there’s just too much content to handle. However, if you’re feeling the yuletide-awards-season spirit and in the mood to tackle a few of this year’s nominated programs, we’ve outlined the means to do so for every nominee. (We know most of the films are still in theaters, but lucky for us, some are streamable.) Have fun, and get your predictions ready for the January 6 ceremony.

Three nominations, including Bill Hader for Best Actor — Comedy or Musical
Streaming on: HBO
Vulture’s coverage includes… a chat with Bill Hader about filmmaking, a delightful chat with Henry Winkler, a chat with Sarah Goldberg about how she got her gig, and Hader and Winkler palling around in a video.

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Two nominations, including Kristen Bell for Best Actress — Comedy or Musical
Streaming on: Hulu
Vulture’s coverage includes… a conversation with Kristen Bell about her moral code,conspiracy theories galore, an entire Vulture Festival panel, and a whole lot of Easter eggs.

Three nominations, including Rachel Brosnahan for Best Actress — Comedy or Musical
Streaming on: Amazon Prime
Vulture’s coverage includes… everything about Tony Shalhoub’s romper, a chat with Shalhoub himself, and the most Amy Sherman-Palladino-ist moments.

Three nominations, including Amy Adams for Best Actress — Limited Series, Movie, or Motion Picture
Streaming on: HBO
Vulture’s coverage includes… just about everything about the finale you can imagine, a deep dive into the soundtrack, a master list about all the hidden words, and a chat with Chris Messina about sweat.

Four nominations, including Edgar Ramirez for Best Actor — Limited Series, Movie, or Motion Picture
Buy/rent on: Amazon, iTunes, Google Play
Vulture’s coverage includes… Ricky Martin fanboying about Penelope Cruz, a chat with Judith Light, a weekly fact-check, and an exploration into all of those Versace costumes.

Two nominations, including Billy Porter for Best Actor — Drama
Buy/rent on: Amazon, iTunes, Google Play
Vulture’s coverage includes… a long conversation with Janet Mock, a shorter conversation with Billy Porter, and a guide to music that defined the ballroom era.

Three nominations, including Hugh Grant for Best Actor — Limited Series, Movie, or Motion Picture
Streaming on: Amazon Prime
Vulture’s coverage includes… a very English interview with Ben Whishaw, and a helpful explainer about the scandal.

Two nominations, including Sandra Oh for Best Actress — Drama
Streaming on: Hulu
Vulture’s coverage includes… two different interviews with Sandra Oh, a chat with Jodie Comer, a look into how all of the killer costumes were created, and an analysis of its remarkable ratings success.

Two nominations, including Elisabeth Moss for Best Actress — Drama
Streaming on: Hulu
Vulture’s coverage includes… talking about pronunciations with Ann Dowd, the story behind Oprah’s voice cameo, and a deep dive into how the colonies were brought to life.

Two nominations, including Jim Carrey for Best Actor — Comedy or Musical
Streaming on: Showtime Anytime
Vulture’s coverage includes… the backstory on how the fictional puppet show was created, and a profile of Frank Langella.

Three nominations, including Julia Roberts for Best Actress — Drama
Streaming on: Amazon Prime
Vulture’s coverage includes… a look into the hidden details you might’ve missed, a very long conversation with Sam Esmail, and all of the show’s pop-culture references and influences.

Two nominations, including Daniel Bruhl for Best Actor — Limited Series, Movie, or Motion Picture
Buy/rent on: Amazon, iTunes, Google Play
Vulture’s coverage includes… how the show re-created 1896 New York in Budapest.

Two nominations, including Patricia Arquette for Best Supporting Actress — Limited Series, Movie, or Motion Picture
Streaming on: Showtime Anytime
Vulture’s coverage includes… Patricia Arquette dissecting the art of the sex scene.

Three nominations, including Michael Douglas for Best Actor — Comedy or Musical
Streaming on: Netflix
Vulture’s coverage includes… an analysis about how it’s a portrait of aging masculinity.

Two nominations, including Richard Madden for Best Actor — Drama
Streaming on: Netflix
Vulture’s coverage includes… a behind-the-scenes look at how four of the most intense scenes were pulled off, a chat with Keely Hawes about the word “ma’am,” and everything you need to know about that huge twist.

One nomination, for Donald Glover for Best Actor — Comedy or Musical
Buy/rent on: Amazon, iTunes, Google Play
Vulture’s coverage includes… the allure of Teddy Perkins, an analysis of the show’s deepening use of horror, an ongoing pop-culture references list, and even more Teddy Perkins.

One nomination, for Candice Bergen for Best Actress — Comedy or Musical
Streaming on: CBS All Access
Vulture’s coverage includes… how the show faked its Sarah Huckabee Sanders cameo, how the show secured its real Hillary Clinton cameo, and the story behind Murphy’s delightfully lewd pillow.

Three nominations, including Keri Russell for Best Actress — Drama
Streaming on: Amazon Prime
Vulture’s coverage includes… a complete episode ranking, an analysis of the finale’s music choices, the best musical moments, an oral history of the series finale, and one last review.

One nomination, for Alison Brie for Best Actress — Comedy or Musical
Streaming on: Netflix
Vulture’s coverage includes… the show’s very own Vulture Festival panel, the backstory of the most delightful season-two episode, the evolution of the costumes, and Alison Brie’s go-to wrestling grooming product.

One nomination, for Thandie Newton for Best Supporting Actress — Drama
Streaming on: HBO GO
Vulture’s coverage includes… how the best piano covers were created, an analysis of the finale’s post-credits sequence, the best fan theories about the season finale, an interview with Evan Rachel Wood about the show being an obstacle course, and an interview with a confused Ed Harris.

One nomination, for Connie Britton for Best Actress — Limited Series, Movie, or Motion Picture
Buy/rent on: Amazon, iTunes
Vulture’s coverage includes… how the Dirty John podcast turned into the show, and its very own Vulture Festival panel with hair goddess Connie Britton and Eric Bana.

One nomination, for Sacha Baron Cohen for Best Actor — Comedy or Musical
Streaming on: Showtime Anytime
Vulture’s coverage includes…  a few interviews with people with a healthy sense of humor about their appearances, a chat with a Bachelor star who was still confused about her appearance, and an analysis about the overarching point of the show.

One nomination, for Kieran Culkin for Best Supporting Actor — Series, Limited Series, or Motion Picture
Streaming on: HBO
Vulture’s coverage includes… in appreciation of the show’s quirkiest sitter, a chat with Kieran Culkin about the different role he almost played, a different chat with Matthew Macfadyen about playing an oddball, and an analysis of who should actually be the family’s successor.

One nomination, for Laura Dern for Best Actress — Limited Series, Movie, or Motion Picture
Streaming on: HBO
Vulture’s coverage includes… a study of how Laura Dern’s Wild at Heart performance lead to this standout role.

One nomination, for Jason Bateman for Best Actor — Drama
Streaming on: Netflix
Vulture’s coverage includes… a profile of Jason Bateman: Serious Actor, and a fun chat with Julia Gardner about her accent work.

One nomination, for Caitriona Balfe for Best Actress — Drama
Streaming on: Hulu, Starz
Vulture’s coverage includes… a sexy interview with Sam Heughan, a more serious interview with Caitriona Balfe, and an in-depth look at all the new characters.

One nomination, for Benedict Cumberbatch for Best Actor — Limited Series, Movie, or Motion Picture
Streaming on: Showtime Anytime
Vulture’s coverage includes… a review of why Benedict Cumberbatch was perfectly cast.

One nomination, for Antonio Banderas for Best Actor — Limited Series, Movie, or Motion Picture
Streaming on: Hulu
Vulture’s coverage includes… gasp, nothing for this one, we’re sorry readers!

Three nominations, including Best Director — Motion Picture
Streaming on: Netflix
Vulture’s coverage includes… how the film could get Best Picture glory at the Oscars, and how an unknown preschool teacher got cast in the leading role.

Three nominations, including Best Motion Picture — Drama
Streaming on: Netflix
Vulture’s coverage includes… the costumer designer breaking down the most iconic looks, a ranking of the supporting characters, how Killmonger’s arc was created, the thirstiest moments, an explainer of the post-credits scene, and how its success will change Hollywood’s conventional wisdom on black movies.

One nomination, for Best Original Score — Motion Picture
Buy/rent on: Amazon Prime
Vulture’s coverage includes… how it defied all odds to become a blockbuster, a spooky John Krasinski profile, a close read into the infamous nail scene, and an inquiry into why the characters never wore socks.

Two nominations, including Constance Wu for Best Actress — Comedy, or Musical
Buy/rent on: Amazon Prime
Vulture’s coverage includes… the backstories of the best costume looks, how the mahjong scene was crafted, what the biggest changes were from the book to the film, and a profile of author Kevin Kwan.

Two nominations, including Best Motion Picture — Animated
Buy on: Amazon Prime
Vulture’s coverage includes… dogs reviewing the movie, a ranking of every Wes Anderson film, and what it’s like to watch Isle of Dogs as a Japanese speaker.

One nomination, for Elsie Fisher for Best Actress — Comedy or Musical
Buy/rent on: Amazon Prime
Vulture’s coverage includes… a personal connection to teen acne, Bo Burnham dissecting his directorial debut, and chatting with some youths about what the film means to them.

One nomination, for Best Motion Picture — Animated
Buy/rent on: Amazon Prime
Vulture’s coverage includes… Samuel J. Jackson talking about his voice work, a guide to the new superheroes, and director Brad Bird on why he wanted to do a sequel.

One nomination, for Best Original Song — Motion Picture
Streaming on: Netflix
Vulture’s coverage includes… the trailer, but the review will be out soon.

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