As the Primetime Emmy Awards air live Sunday on Fox, viewers will likely realize that they haven’t seen all the award-worthy shows. While TV lovers know where to watch returning shows like HBO's “Game of Thrones” and NBC's “The Good Place,” they might not know where to find first-time nominees in the best drama and best comedy categories.

“Bodyguard” — Watch this Richard Madden drama on Netflix. It originally aired in the U.K. on BBC. Police Sergeant David Budd (Madden) is a vet with PTSD. Now a cop, he is assigned to protect a politician (Keeley Hawes) whose beliefs are very different from his own. In addition to best drama series, “Bodyguard” is also up for outstanding writing for a drama series.

“Schitt’s Creek” — The Canadian-American production about a wealthy family losing it all and moving to a small town they bought as a joke is heading into its sixth and final season, but the Television Academy just caught on to its brilliance. The latest season will hit Netflix in October, where it will join the previous four installments, and Pop TV will premiere Season 6 in January. Episodes are also available to cable subscribers via OnDemand or the Pop TV website, and The CW Seed also has the first four seasons streaming for free.

In addition to best comedy, “Schitt’s Creek” is nominated for outstanding contemporary costumes. Stars Eugene Levy and Catherine O’Hara, who play Johnny and Moira Rose, are also up for best lead actor and actress in a comedy, respectively.

“Succession” — The family dramedy is HBO’s hit and that means fans need to subscribe to HBO (via the standalone streaming service or cable) to watch both seasons. The show follows a family fighting for control of their global company when their patriarch's (Brian Cox) health starts deteriorating.

“Succession” already won for best original main title music at the Creative Arts Emmys. They lost best casting, but they’re still waiting to hear about outstanding writing for a drama series and best drama at Sunday’s Emmys ceremony in Los Angeles.

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"Pose," "Schitt's Creek" and "Fleabag" are among this year's first-time Emmy nominees in the best drama and best comedy categories. Macall Polay/FX; Pop TV; Amazon Prime/Steve Schofield

“Fleabag” Phoebe Waller-Bridge’s series wasn’t nominated after its first season, but the Television Academy fixed that with 11 Emmy nominations for Season 2. The British show is only available to watch on Amazon Prime.

“Fleabag” scored two wins at the Creative Arts Emmys for casting and picture editing. At Sunday’s Primetime ceremony, Waller-Bridge, who plays Fleabag, is up for best lead actress in a comedy while Claire actress Sian Clifford is nominated for best supporting actress in a comedy against her co-star Olivia Colman, who plays Godmother. The show is also up for best comedy, best directing for a comedy and best writing for a comedy.

“Pose” — Ryan Murphy executive produces this drama about the LGBTQ ballroom community in the 1980s for FX. The surprisingly optimistic drama, which includes the largest cast of trans actors on television, highlights the height of the AIDS epidemic. Viewers can watch the entire series on FXNow, and the first season is available on Netflix. Season 2 will likely be added next year.

“Pose” already won the Television Academy Honors statue, which recognizes series tackling serious social issues.

The show already lost in categories for period costumes, casting, hairstyling and makeup at the Creative Arts Emmys. However, it’s still up for two major categories at Sunday’s show: best drama and best lead actor. Pray Tell actor Billy Porter is in the latter category.

“Russian Doll” — “Orange is the New Black” alum Natasha Lyonne stuck with Netflix for her next hit. Viewers will have to subscribe to the service if they want to see her character continually starting the same day over again just to die in a new way.

“Russian Doll” has a total of 13 nominations. It already won at the Creative Arts Emmys in contemporary costumes, cinematography and production design categories. The big awards it is up for on Sunday are best actress for Natasha Lyonne, best comedy series and best writing for a comedy series (where it is nominated for two different episodes).

The Emmys air Sunday on Fox. Find out how to live stream the ceremony.