The American television awards are here. One more time, game of Thronesparty as a favorite, with no less than 32 nominations. But he faces serious rivals in the most prestigious categories. The Marvelous Mrs. Maisel Y Barry They compete with 20 and 17 nominations, respectively. If you want to comment for yourself on the 2019 Emmy nominees, then we tell you how to watch these series.
Featured Dramatic Series
The actor of game of Thrones Richard Madden stars in this British series that deals with a war veteran who suffers from posttraumatic stress and whose job is to protect a politician whom he despises. Just finished its first season, the series has earned a lot of praise for its comments on current socio-political issues and the psychological trauma that veterans suffer long after leaving the battlefield. The first season is on Netflix.
game of Thrones
It is one of the favorites of this year to take a lot of Emmy awards. The series ended, after eight seasons, with a controversial final. However, the series received 32 Emmy nominations, raising its current record of Emmy nominations to 161 in the eight seasons. The only question now is: how many more trophies to win? All seasons are on HBO Now.
Better Call Saul
Prequel to the Clebre Breaking Bad, focuses on how the swindler Jimmy McGill (Bob Odenkirk) became the murky lawyer Saul Goodman, and has quickly become a success by itself. The series has received 23 nominations for the Emmy Awards, but still has not taken a statuette home. The first three seasons of the series are on Netflix.
This series introduces Sandra Oh as an intelligence agent chasing a murderer played by Jodie Comer. However, the closer they get, the more intertwined their lives become and their relationship evolves into a mutual obsession. The first season of the series won a couple of Emmy nominations, while the second season, the most recent, upped the ante with 10 more nominations. The first season is in Hulu.
In this drama praised by critics, Jason Bateman plays a financial advisor who moves his family from Chicago to the remote region of Ozarks (Missouri) after having participated in the money laundering plan of a drug lord. The complete series of 20 episodes is on Netflix.
It narrates the emergence of the saltan dance culture among African Americans and LGBTQ Latinos in New York City during the 1980s. It presents a dazzling mix of choreography and costumes while the characters struggle to find their place in the world and compete for the status and recognition among the various "houses" with which they line up on the scene underground. The series has been acclaimed by critics in its first season, which is on Netflix.
A dysfunctional family fights each other for control of a global empire that follows the fictional Roy family, whose patriarch is nearing the end of his life. Praised by critics, it has earned actor Kieran Culkin a Golden Globe nomination. The first season is available on HBO, while the second is being broadcast.
This is Us
This NBC drama is about the lives of three brothers, jumping from the past to the present to explore what made them who they are and where they are going. Before the nine nominations this year for the third season, the series had been nominated for 18 Emmy Awards and won three times over the course of its first two seasons. The three seasons of the series are in Hulu.
Featured Comedy Series
Bill Hader plays a talented hitman whose career fades when he gets involved with the Los Angeles community of actors while in the city on a mission. Hader He has received many compliments as the star of the series, co-creator, co-writer, executive producer and director, and he already won an Emmy last year for his performance in the first season. You find the first two seasons on HBO Now.
Co-produced by Amazon Studios and the BBC, this series shows the creator Phoebe Waller-Bridge as a woman who deals with all kinds of issues (personal, social, psychological and sexual …) while navigating life and love in London. Both seasons of the series are on Amazon Prime Video.
The good place
This series makes Kristen Bell a terrible woman who wakes up in another life to discover that she has died and gone to “the good place”, and that she must hide the truth of her life to avoid being sent to “the bad place " The cast of actors is made up of Ted Danson, William Jackson Harper, Jameela Jamil and Manny Jacinto who must help Bell's character learn to be a better person. Netflix has the first three seasons.
The Marvelous Mrs. Maisel
She stars Rachel Brosnahan who plays a housewife of the 50s who embarks on a career as a live comedy actress after her marriage is broken. With outstanding performances by Alex Borstein and Tony Shalhoub, beautiful sets and costumes, the ingenuity of the creator Amy Sherman-Palladino (Gilmore girls) and her charismatic and confident protagonist, Mrs. Maisel has conquered the public, and you can see both seasons in Amazon Prime.
On the night of her 36th birthday, Nadia gets caught in a time loop, and quickly realizes that she is doomed to repeat the same night over and over again, encountering a spooky death after a terrible death. Natasha Lyonne, one of the creators of the series, is also the protagonist. You can find the only season on Netflix.
After the wealthy Rose family loses everything, Johnny, (Eugene Levy), Moira (Catherine O'Hara) and their adult children, David (Daniel Levy) and Alexis (Annie Murphy), are forced to relocate to town from Schitt’s Creek. It has quickly become one of the sweetest and most sincere television series. The first four seasons: on Netflix or Roku Channel.
HBO's wild and profane political comedy has come to an end, but is about to get at least one more Emmy. Julia Louis-Dreyfus has already won six Emmys for playing former President Selina Meyer, and is the favorite to take home the statue again this year. Compared to real life, the buffonera de Veep in Washington it seems almost picturesque, but it is also much more fun than the real one. You can watch the seven seasons on HBO Now and the first two on Amazon Prime.
* The Emmy Awards ceremony will be held at 8 p.m. ET on September 22 and broadcast by Fox.