Series nominated for the Golden Globe 2022

Behind the pandemic the series have benefited from being one of the sectors that has grown the most, thanks to the proliferation of services streaming.

This has already made the award ceremonies such as the Golden Globe 2022, become a fight between hundreds of productions.

The positive is that before the start ceremony this Sunday, viewers will be able to enjoy most of the projects that are nominated without leaving home.

Do you want to know what each nominated series is about? Where can you find it? Here’s a list so you know where to tune in for each show.

“Lupine”: This French series tells the story of a white-collar thief based on the classic novels of Arsène Lupine, “The Knight Thief”

What categories do you compete in? “Best Drama Series” and “Best Drama Actor” for Omar Sy.

Where to see it? Available on Netflix

“Pose”: This series is nominated for the balloon of I pray for his third and final season and he talks about the LGBTQ + African American and Latino cultural scene in New York City of the 1980s with a group of dancers taking the lead.

What categories do you compete in? “Best Drama Series”, “Best Drama Actor” for Billy Porter and “Best Drama Actress” for Michaela Jaé Rodriguez.

Where to see it? All three seasons are available on Star + while the first two are also on Netflix.

“Succession”: For the second consecutive year comes this series that has become the public’s favorite, since it is a show that follows the life of the Roy family, owner of a media conglomerate and whose patriarch Logan, is about to retire and seeks to see who of his three children will be the successor.

What categories do you compete in? “Best Drama Series”, “Best Drama Actor” for Brian Cox and Jeremy Strong, “Best Supporting Actor” for Kieran Culkin and “Best Supporting Actress” for Sarah Snook.

Where to see it? Found exclusively on HBO Max.

“The Morning Show”: A Daily Look at People Helping Americans Wake Up Every Day, exploring the challenges faced by those who work in morning television.
In which categories are you competing ”“ Best Drama Series ”,“ Best Actress in a Drama ”for Jennifer Aniston and“ Best Supporting Actor ”for Billy Crudup and Mark Duplass.

Where to see it? Can be enjoyed through Apple TV

The Squid game: It is undoubtedly the surprise of the year by becoming the most watched series in history of the platform that produced it. It tells how hundreds of people with financial difficulties accept a strange invitation to a survival game. A millionaire prize awaits them, but the stakes are high.

What categories do you compete in? “Best Drama Series”, “Best Actor in a Drama” for Jung-jae Lee and “Best Supporting Actor” for Yeong-Su Oh.

Where you can see? The first season is on Netflix

“Wandavision”: In a phenomenon of turned this series on the Scarlet Witch and Vision showing how these characters come to live in the town of Westview, where they will have to hide their superpowers to adapt to the mundane life of the suburbs. However, nothing is what it seems and little by little reality will begin to fade.

What categories do you compete in? “Best Actor in a TV Movie or Miniseries” for Paul Bettany and “Best Actress in a TV Movie or Miniseries” for Elizabeth Olsen.

Where you can see? A Disney + Original Series

Mare of Easttown: This miniseries follows the life of a detective from a small town in Pennsylvania investigating a murder while trying to keep her personal life from falling apart.
What categories do you compete in? “Best TV Movie or Miniseries”, as well as “Best Actress in TV Movie or Miniseries” for Kate Winslet.

Where you can see? It’s available on HBO Max.

“The Handmaid’s Tale”: An acclaimed series based on Margaret Atwood’s bestseller of the same name and that tells of a woman forced into sexual slavery who struggles to survive in Gilead, a totalitarian, post-apocalyptic society situated in what used to be America.

What categories do you compete in? Elisabeth Moss could win the award for “Best Actress in a Drama”

Where you can see? All seasons on HBO Max.

“Ted Lasso”: Tells the story of a particular American soccer coach (Jason Sudeikis) who decides to try his luck at an English football club, but his inexperience arouses jealousy and disdain among players and fans.

What categories do you compete in? “Best comedy or musical series”, “Best actor in a comedy or musical” for Jason Sudeikis, “Best supporting actor” for Brett Goldstein and “Best supporting actress” for Hannah Waddingham.

Where you can see? Through Apple TV +

“The Great”: this series narrates the rise of Catherine the Great in a humorous tone, where an anti-historical and innovative journey is shown through of 18th century Russia after the rise of the new empress.

Categories in which you compete? Elle Fanning as “Best Actress in a Comedy or Musical.”

Where you can see? In Mexico through StarzPlay.

“The White Lotus”: A satirical comedy that recounts the vacation of several tourists in a resort. However, behind the idyllic stay lies a dark secret.

Categories in which you compete? Jennifer Coolidge for Best Supporting Actress ”.

Where you can see? HBO Max

“Black-ish”: This series that takes seven seasons focuses in a young marriage whose lives are going through a good stage thanks to three very important things to be able to be happy: a good family, two rising career paths, and a nice home.

Categories in which you compete? “Best Actress in a Musical or Comedy” for Tracee Ellis Ross and “Best Actor in a Musical or Comedy” for Anthony Anderson.

Where you can see? Through Disney +

“Only Murders in the Building”: It is a comedy series that mainly follows three strangers who share a great obsession in common: the crime. But being just a fan of him, their lives will change radically when they are involved in one for real.

What categories do you compete in? Steve Martin and Martin Short are nominated for “Best Actor in a Comedy or Musical”

Where you can see? Found on Disney +

“Dopesick”: This show talks about addictions and police investigations are the central axis of this program that shows an ambitious, convincing and heartbreaking look at the epicenter of the fight of the United States against the addiction to opioids, thus addressing the distressed Virginia mining community and the corridors of the DEA that fight this addiction.

What categories do you compete in? “Best TV Movie or Miniseries”, “Best Actor” in the same category for Michael Keaton and “Best Supporting Actress” for Kaitlyn Dever.

Where you can see? In Mexico through Star +