Half of the fun of awards season is trying to see as many of the nominated movies and TV shows before the ceremonies as possible. Of course, finding the time (or money!) to see every title can be a near impossibility, and while, sure, we know our Netflix originals by heart, tracking down the rest can be a pain.

To make the 2018 Golden Globes a little easier for you, we’ve compiled a list of where you can watch every nominated movie and TV show. From subscription streaming services to iTunes purchases and what’s still in theaters, we’ve got you covered. Check out the list below!

NETFLIX

The Crown: Nominated for best TV series drama, best actress in a TV series drama (Claire Foy)

Stranger Things: Nominated for best TV series drama, best supporting actor in a series, limited series, or TV movie (David Harbour)

Master of None: Nominated for best TV series comedy, best actor in a TV series comedy (Aziz Ansari)

Better Call Saul: Nominated for best actor in a TV series drama (Bob Odenkirk)

Ozark: Nominated for best actor in a TV series drama (Bob Odenkirk)

Shameless: Nominated for best actor in a TV series (William H. Macy)

13 Reasons Why: Nominated for best actress in a TV series drama (Katherine Langford)

GLOW: Nominated for best actress in a TV series comedy (Alison Brie)

First They Killed My Father: Nominated for best foreign language film

Mudbound: Nominated for best supporting actress in a motion picture (Mary J. Blige)

Boss Baby: Nominated for best animated film

HULU

The Handmaid’s Tale: Nominated for best TV series drama, best actress in a TV series drama (Elizabeth Moss), best supporting actress in a series, limited series, or TV movie (Ann Dowd)

This Is Us: Nominated for best TV series drama, best actor in a TV series drama (Sterling K. Brown), best supporting actress in a series, limited series, or TV movie (Chrissy Metz)

Black-ish: Nominated for best TV series comedy, best actor in a TV series comedy (Anthony Anderson)

Will & Grace: Nominated for best TV series comedy, best actor in a TV series comedy (Eric McCormack)

The Good Doctor: Nominated for best actor in a TV series drama (Freddie Highmore)

Better Things: Nominated for best actress in a TV series comedy (Pamela Adlon)

Top of the Lake: China Girl: Nominated for best TV movie or miniseries

AMAZON PRIME

Marvelous Mrs. Maisel: Nominated for best TV series comedy, best actress in a TV series comedy (Rachel Brosnahan)

I Love Dick: Nominated for best actor in a TV series comedy (Kevin Bacon)

Mr. Robot: Nominated for best supporting actor in a TV miniseries or movie (Christian Slater)

HBO

Get Out: Nominated for best motion picture comedy or musical, best actor in a motion picture comedy (Daniel Kaluuya)

Game of Thrones: Nominated for best TV series drama

Big Little Lies: Nominated for best TV movie or miniseries, best actress in a TV miniseries or movie (Nicole Kidman and Reese Witherspoon), best supporting actor in a series, limited series, or TV movie (Alexander Skarsgard), best supporting actress in a series, limited series, or TV movie (Laura Dern and Shailene Woodley)

The Deuce: Nominated for best actress in a TV series drama (Maggie Gyllenhaal)

Insecure: Nominated for best actress in a TV series comedy (Issa Rae)

The Wizard of Lies: Nominated for best actor in a TV miniseries or movie (Robert DeNiro), best supporting actress in a series, limited series, or TV movie (Michelle Pfeiffer)

The Young Pope: Nominated for best actor in a TV miniseries or movie (Jude Law)

Showtime/DIRECTV

Ray Donovan: Nominated for best actor in a TV series drama (Liev Schreiber)

SMILF: Nominated for best TV series comedy, best actress in a TV series comedy (Frankie Shaw)

Twin Peaks: Nominated for best actor in a TV miniseries or movie (Kyle MacLachlan)

IN THEATerS

The Shape of Water: Nominated for best motion picture drama, best director (Guillermo del Toro), best actress in a motion picture drama (Sally Hawkins), best supporting actor in a motion picture (Richard Jenkins), best supporting actress in a motion picture (Octavia Spencer), best original score, best screenplay, best original song

Call Me By Your Name: Nominated for best motion picture drama, best actor in a motion picture drama (Timothée Chalamet), best supporting actor in a motion picture (Armie Hammer)

The Post (in theaters December 22): Nominated for best motion picture drama, best director (Steven Spielberg), best actor in a motion picture drama (Tom Hanks), best actress in a motion picture drama (Meryl Streep), best original score, best screenplay, best original song

Three Billboards Outside Ebbing, Missouri: Nominated for best motion picture drama, best director (Martin McDonagh), best actress in a motion picture drama (Frances McDormand), best supporting actor in a motion picture (Sam Rockwell), best original score, best screenplay, best original song

Phantom Thread (in theaters December 25): Nominated for best actor in a motion picture drama (Daniel Day-Lewis), best original score, best original song

Darkest Hour: Nominated for best actor in a motion picture drama (Gary Oldman)

Roman J. Israel, Esq.: Nominated for best actor in a motion picture drama (Denzel Washington)

All the Money In the World (in theaters December 25): Nominated for best director (Ridley Scott), best actress in a motion picture drama (Michelle Williams), best supporting actor in a motion picture (Christopher Plummer)

Molly’s Game (in theaters December 25): Nominated for best actress in a motion picture drama (Jessica Chastain), best screenplay

The Disaster Artist: Nominated for best motion picture comedy or musical, best actor in a motion picture comedy (James Franco)

I, Tonya: Nominated for best motion picture comedy or musical, best actress in a motion picture comedy (Margot Robbie), best supporting actress in a motion picture (Allison Janney)

The Greatest Showman (in theaters December 20): Nominated for best motion picture comedy or musical, best actor in a motion picture comedy (Hugh Jackman)

Lady Bird: Nominated for best motion picture comedy or musical, best actress in a motion picture comedy (Saoirse Ronan), best supporting actress in a motion picture (Laurie Metcalf), best screenplay

The Leisure Seeker (in theaters January 19): Nominated for best actress in a motion picture comedy (Helen Mirren)

Downsizing (in theaters December 22): Nominated for best supporting actress in a motion picture (Hong Chau)

Coco: Nominated for best animated film

Ferdinand: Nominated for best animated film

Rent or Buy on Amazon Video, iTunes, Google Play

Outlander (Amazon Video, iTunes): Nominated for best actress in a TV series drama (Caitriona Balfe)

The Sinner (iTunes, Amazon Video, Google Play): Nominated for best TV movie or miniseries, best actress in a TV miniseries or movie (Jessica Biel)

Fargo (Amazon Video, iTunes, Google Play): Nominated for best actor in a TV miniseries or movie (Ewan McGregor), best TV movie or miniseries, best supporting actor in a TV miniseries or movie (David Thewlis).

Genius (Amazon Video, iTunes, Google Play): Best actor in a TV miniseries or movie (Geoffrey Rush)

Feud (Amazon Video): Bette and Joan: Nominated for best TV movie or miniseries, best actress in a TV miniseries or movie (Jessica Lange and Susan Sarandon), best supporting actor in a TV miniseries or movie (Alfred Molina)

The Square (pre-order on Amazon Video): Nominated for best foreign language film

Dunkirk (iTunes, Amazon Video, Google Play): Nominated for best motion picture (drama), best director (Christopher Nolan), best original score, best original song

Battle of the Sexes (pre-order on iTunes, Amazon Video): Nominated for best actor in a motion picture comedy (Steve Carell), best actress in a motion picture comedy (Emma Stone)

Baby Driver (iTunes, Amazon Video, Google Play): Nominated for best actor in a motion picture comedy (Ansel Elgort)

Loving Vincent (pre-order on iTunes): Nominated for best animated film

Victoria and Abdul (iTunes, Amazon Video): Nominated for best actress in a motion picture comedy (Judi Dench)

The Florida Project (pre-order on iTunes, Amazon Video, Google Play): Nominated for best supporting actor in a motion picture drama (Willem Dafoe)

How many of these have you seen? Tell us @BritandCo!

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