The nominations for the 2018 Golden Globes are in and so many great shows were selected. Not all of the nominated TV series can win when the show airs Jan. 7 on NBC, but there’s no way of knowing for sure which one will take home the top prize in each category, which means you’ll just have to watch them all. After all, you want to be able to say you watch Golden Globe-winning shows, don’t you?

While all of the TV nominees aren’t available to watch online, Netflix and Hulu do have quite a few of them.

Here are the 2018 Globe nominees you can stream on Netflix:

“The Crown”

The Netflix original, which focuses on the life of Queen Elizabeth II, is up for best TV series (drama) and its female lead, Claire Foy, is nominated for best actress in a TV series (drama) at the annual award show.

the crown golden globes Claire Foy stars as Queen Elizabeth in Netflix’s “The Crown.” Photo: Robert Viglasky / Netflix

“Stranger Things”

Catch up on both seasons of the horror-drama series, which is nominated for best TV series (drama) and best supporting actor in a TV movie or limited series, before the recently-announced Season 3 is released.

“13 Reasons Why”

Find out all the reasons why the series’ star Katherine Langford is up for best actress in a TV series (drama) by watching all 13 episodes of the show.

“Ozark”

Jason Bateman, who stars as Martin in this show about a man who gets caught up in the drug cartel, is nominated for best actor in a TV series (drama).

“Better Call Saul”

Best actor in a TV series (drama) nominee Bob Odenkirk leads as Jimmy McGill in this lawyer crime series.

“Master of None”

This half-hour comedy, which follows the personal and professional life of an actor in New York, is nominated for best TV series (musical or comedy), while its lead actor and co-creator, Aziz Ansari, is up for best actor in a TV series (musical or comedy).

“GLOW”

One of the Gorgeous Ladies of Wrestling stood out among the rest on this Netflix original and is nominated for best actress in a TV series (musical or comedy). Alison Brie is that woman.

Here are the nominees you can stream on Hulu:

“The Handmaid’s Tale”

Watch this dystopian fiction series adaptation of the 1985 novel of the same name to see why it earned three nominations - best TV series (drama), best actress in a TV series (Drama) for star Elisabeth Moss and best supporting actress in a TV movie or timited series for actress Ann Dowd.

“This Is Us”

Fall in love with the Big Three and this NBC series as a whole, realizing along the way just how it earned two of its actors nominations, as well as a best TV series (drama) category appointment as well.

this is us golden globes stream NBC’s “This Is Us” stars Justin Hartley as Kevin, Chrissy Metz as Kat and Sterling K. Brown as Randall. Photo: Ron Batzdorff/NBC

“The Good Doctor”

A new kind of doctor show and best actor in a TV series (drama) nominee Freddie Highmore? We need not say more.

“Blackish”

Four seasons of heartfelt scenes and hilarious moments make this the perfect option for your next binge. That, and it’s a best TV series (musical or comedy) nominee and its star Anthony Anderson is up for best actor in a TV series (musical or comedy).

“Will & Grace”

The show is back and better than ever, which means now is the time to finally watch this best TV series (musical or comedy) nominee. If you asked one of its lead actors, Eric McCormack, who is up for best actor in a TV series (musical or comedy), he’d agree.

“Better Things”

The Pamela Adlon, who co-created and stars in the half-hour comedy about an actress raising three daughters, is up for best actress in a TV series (musical or comedy).

“Fargo”

Murder and deception in a small North Dakota town are what this best TV movie or limited series-nominated show is all about. Plus, it features a great cast, including Ewan McGregor and David Thewlis, who are both up for Golden Globe awards.

“Top of the Lake: China Girl”

Catch this specific episode and others from the series, for proof of its necessary nomination for best TV movie or limited series.

With Hulu’s Showtime add-on, you can also stream these nominated shows:

“Ray Donovan”

Watch Golden Globes nominee Live Schreiber as Ray Donovan in this series about someone who makes a living off fixing the problems of the rich and famous.

“SMILF”

The reason this half-hour comedy is nominated for best TV series (musical or comedy) is all because of the non-stop laughter it brings and the interesting situations it shows, and because its creator and star, Frankie Shaw, who is also nominated, is so good at her job.

“Shameless”

The seasons of this series just keep coming because everyone wants to keep seeing nominee William H. Macy on their screens.

“Twin Peaks”

Kyle MacLachlan has been nominated for best actor in a TV movie or limited series for his work on the revival series.

See if any of these shows win in their categories come the Golden Globes on Jan. 7, 2018 on NBC at 8 p.m. EST.