How to watch the best Emmy nominated drama shows for 2022

Now the Emmy nominees have been announced - here's how to watch them all...

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The Emmy nominees have just been announced and a number of fantastic drama shows have been nominated.

If you loved Ozark, Better Call Saul, or Euphoria, you may love some of the other drama series that have been nominated for an Emmy award this season. Here is where you can watch all of the fabulous series and which streaming platforms they are currently available on...

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How to watch all the drama series nominated for Emmy's

Ozark

Ozark first began airing in 2017 and the fourth season of the show was just released in 2022. The show stars Jason Bateman as Marty Byrde, Laura Linney as his wife Wendy Byrde, and Julia Garner - who also starred in Inventing Anna - plays Ruth Langmore in the show. 

The show focuses on Jason Bateman's character who is a self-employed financial advisor who begins to launder money for a Mexican drug cartel.

All seasons of Ozark are available to view on Netflix (opens in new tab).

Severance

Severance is a drama thriller series that stars Adam Scott as Mark Scout, an employee at Lumon Industries who is part of the 'severance' program. This severance program is a medical procedure for employees at a company who have their memories from their work life and home life 'severed' so they are unaware of their home life at work and vice versa.

There is only one season of Severance as it was released in 2022 and it is available to watch on Apple TV+ (opens in new tab).

Squid Games

Squid Game is a Korean TV show about a group of struggling individuals who are convinced to enter a game for prize money. The game is deadly and those who fail to complete the children's games are killed off each round.

The show was released in 2021 and the first and only season of the show is available to view on Netflix (opens in new tab)

Stranger Things

Stranger Things is a science fiction TV show that is set in the 80s. The show focuses on a group of children who live in Hawkins, Indiana, where a number of supernatural events are taking place. The show stars Winona Ryder, David Harbour, and Millie Bobby Brown.

Stranger Things was first released in 2016 and all four seasons are available to view on Netflix (opens in new tab).

Succession

Succession is a comedy-drama that focuses on the wealthy Roy family and their attempts to win control of the family business, a global media and entertainment conglomerate, Waystar RoyCo. The show stars Brian Cox, Nicholas Braun, Matthew MacFadyen, and Kieran Culkin.

All seasons of Succession are available to view HBO Max and NowTV.

Yellowjackets

Yellowjackets follows a group of New Jersey high school soccer players who travel to Seattle for a national tournament but crash in Canada on the way there. The series looks at their lives during the crash in 1996 as they try to survive for 19 months in the wilderness, and their lives in the modern day. The show stars Melanie Lynskey, Tawny Cypress, and Christina Ricci.

The first and only season of the show is available to view on the Showtime app, and Sky's Now service.

Better Call Saul

Better Call Saul is a spin-off series of Breaking Bad and focuses on criminal defense attorney Jimmy McGill also known as Saul Goodman. Saul is played by Bob Odenkirk and the show also stars Jonathan Banks, Rhea Seehorn, and Patrick Fabian.

The show is on its sixth season which was released in 2022, all seasons of the show ate available to view on Netflix (opens in new tab).

Euphoria

Euphoria stars Zendaya, Eric Dane, Hunter Schafer, and Sydney Sweeney who also starred in The White Lotus. Euphoria focuses on a group of teenagers and the main character, Rue Bennett, who is played by Zendaya and is struggling with drug addiction. The show focuses on a number of social issues and has been praised for its cinematography and storytelling devices. 

Euphoria is available to view on Now, Sky Atlantic, and Hulu.

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