Time is running out for those looking for where to watch the Golden Globe nominees. Yes, the big show is coming up on February 28, so a lot of folks may be scrambling to find out how to watch the Golden Globe nominated films and TV shows, so they have a better chance at winning their respective prediction pools.
The good news is that unlike in previous years, when cinemas were open, you can watch the vast majority of the nominees with some of the best streaming services, which you may already pay for. Of course, some of the most talked about films are only available elsewhere, though. Including one that's on a service you may never heard of.
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And at the end of the day, this is great for audiences and films alike. While we wish that the 9 that are on video on demand (where you pay to buy or rent) were on services such as Netflix or Hulu, the fact that so many of these films can be watched from your couch is victory enough.
Also, we're breaking the films down in two ways: quick cheat sheets on where to watch the best picture nominees, and breakdowns of what movies and shows are on the major services.
Where to watch Golden Globe nominees for Best Motion Picture – Drama
- The Father: Not available
- Mank: Netflix
- Nomadland: Hulu starting February 19
- Promising Young Woman: Video On Demand
- The Trial Of The Chicago 7: Netflix
Where to watch Golden Globe nominees for Best Motion Picture – Musical or Comedy
- Borat Subsequent Moviefilm: Amazon Prime Video
- Hamilton: Disney Plus
- Music: Video On Demand
- Palm Springs: Hulu
- The Prom: Netflix
Golden Globe nominees on Netflix
This is why the king stays on top of the throne. Netflix is the big trophy collector this year, hosting 18 shows and movies up for nominations. And while it didn't create Schitt's Creek, the service helped the comedy series gain notoriety by giving it a much bigger platform.
- Better Call Saul
- The Crown
- Emily in Paris
- Hillbilly Elegy
- I Care A Lot
- Life Ahead
- Ma Rainey's Black Bottom
- The Midnight Sky
- Over The Moon
- Pieces Of A Woman
- The Prom
- The Queen's Gambit
- Schitt's Creek
- The Trial Of The Chicago 7
Golden Globe nominees on Amazon Prime Video
Prime Video's got an interesting set of nominees, including Hunters, a series starring Al Pacino as the leader of a Nazi hunters looking to stop a resurgence in 1977. While Borat 2 got a lot of headlines, Sound of Metal was one of our favorite movies of 2020. It's about a drummer (Riz Ahmed) who loses his hearing, and Ahmed's performance makes this movie a must-see.
- Black Monday
- Borat Subsequent Moviefilm
- One Night In Miami…
- Small Axe
- Sound Of Metal
- Your Honor
Golden Globe nominees on Apple TV Plus
While On The Rocks may be a bit slow, and Wolfwalkers might not be everybody's cup of tea, you need to watch Ted Lasso now. Arguably the best TV show of 2020, it stars Jason Sudeikis as the titular coach, and he better win the best actor award he's nominated for.
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Golden Globe nominees on Disney Plus
Disney Plus' 2020 plan seemed to be "quality over quantity," and that shows here. Hamilton and The Mandalorian were the big hits that the service needed, and have a chance of pulling in some Golden Globes.
- The Mandalorian
Disney Plus (opens in new tab) gives you access to the entire Disney vault of classics like Frozen, The Little Mermaid and Beauty and the Beast as well as newer hits like The Mandalorian, Hamilton and more. Get the most value with the $12.99 bundle (opens in new tab) that throws in Hulu and ESPN Plus.
Golden Globe nominees on HBO Max
HBO Max's plan to win subscriptions and awards — release major motion pictures online without making you pay extra — is shown off with these nominees. The recently released Judas and The Black Messiah is excellent, and Daniel Kaluuya earned his nomination for best supporting actor in a motion picture. Lakeith Stanfield should have also been nominated for his work in the movie, if you ask us.
- The Flight Attendant
- I Know This Much Is True
- Judas and The Black Messiah
- The Little Things
- Lovecraft Country
- Perry Mason
- The Undoing
HBO Max (opens in new tab) is one of the new kids on the streaming block but it's already got a ton to offer, including all of HBO's prestige series, like Game of Thrones, The Sopranos and The Wire. Plus, the service has its own originals like American Pickle and The Flight Attendant. HBO Max costs $15 per month but right now, you can save 20% when you prepay six months (opens in new tab).
Golden Globe nominees on Hulu
Palm Springs was the big hit of the year for Hulu. It's basically a modern Groundhog Day, but this time both Andy Samberg and Cristin Milioti's characters are stuck in the looping day. The other must-watch is Normal People, just make sure you have some kleenex near by for the emotions.
- The Great
- Killing Eve
- Mrs. America
- Nomadland (starting February 19)
- Normal People
- Palm Springs
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Golden Globe nominees on Shudder
The Shudder Original film La Llorona brings a frightening Latin American fable — where a ghost haunts the areas where her children drowned — to the TV.
- La Llorona
Golden Globe nominees on Showtime
Showtime's pair of nominees pack a lot of star power. The Good Lord Bird stars Ethan Hawke and Daveed Diggs, while The Comey Rule stars Holly Hunter, Jeff Daniels and Brendan Gleeson.
- The Good Lord Bird
- The Comey Rule (also on Spectrum)
Golden Globe nominees on Video On Demand
You'll need to look up these movies for rental or purchase on Amazon, Apple/iTunes, Google Play and other services.
- Another Round
- Croods: A New Age (also on Spectrum)
- Minari (on 2/26)
- News of the World
- Promising Young Woman
- Tenet (also Spectrum)
- The Personal History of David Copperfield (also Spectrum)
- Two of Us
Golden Globe nominees that are not available
- The Father - theatrical limited release Feb. 26, no digital date
- French Exit - theatrical release Feb. 12, no digital date
- The Mauritanian - theatrical release Feb. 12, no digital date