Here we tell you what to see and where to see it
These are the series that received the most nominations for the 2020 Emmy Awards. / Photos: youtube.com/Star Wars, youtube.com/Prime Video, youtube.com/Netflix
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A week ago we knew the 2020 Emmy nominees , which will take place virtually. A few years ago, Emmy-nominated series on a streaming service were rare. Currently, and to the relief of this quarantine, streaming platforms lead among the list of nominees. Here we tell you what to see from among the nominees and where to see them to continue to entertain yourself during confinement.
1. Watchmen, 26 nominations
Nominations: This series has 26 nominations, including Best Miniseries, Best Casting, Best Actress in a miniseries and Best Actor in a miniseries.
Where to watch it: HBO, HBOMAX
Genre: Miniseries, drama, superheroes
Synopsis: This is the success story of the graphic novel reimagined by the HBO producers. Tangled and collected, Watchmen has given a lot to talk about, taking the best anti-hero topics to remake an intriguing and exciting story.
2. The Marvelous Mrs. Maisel, 20 nominations
Nominations: Among its 20 possible accolades are the Best Comedy Actress award for its lead Rachel Brosnahan, and the Best Comedy Award.
Where to watch it: Amazon Prime Video
Genre: Series, comedy
Synopsis: In its third season, we see Mrs. Maisel, the housewife of the fifties whom we have seen discover her talent for live comedy, come to Las Vegas to tour with one of the most important musicians of his time.
3. Ozark, 18 nominations
Nominations: Among its 18 nominations, Ozark has the category of Best Drama Series, Best Actor in Drama Series and Best Actress in Drama Series.
Where to watch it: Netflix
Genre: Series, Drama
Synopsis: An average-looking family is embroiled in various dark entanglements after the father has laundered money for one of Mexico's most dangerous cartels and it has gone awry. It is already in its third season.
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4. Succession, 18 nominations
Nominations: Among them are the award for Best Dramatic Series and Best Actor in a Dramatic Series, a category in which it has two nominations.
Where to watch it: HBO
Genre: Series, drama
Synopsis: Already in its second season, Succession follows a family of wealthy and powerful owners of a media conglomerate who fight for money and power even though there is already an established succession plan. A drama to laugh at.
5. The Mandalorian, 15 nominations
Nominations: This new Disney highlight features 15 nominations, almost all from technical and form categories. However, it competes with the previous ones in the Best Drama category.
Where to see it: Disney +
Genre: Series, drama, science fiction
Synopsis: Another Disney production about Star Wars. In this series we see the adventures of Mando, a new version of the solitary gunman who is a hunter of rewards and lives on the fringes of the New Republic of the already known franchise.