The Golden Globes awarded plenty of new TV series on Sunday night, and that means viewers at home likely have a few new shows to catch up on. All of the winning TV shows can be seen via streaming platforms, so find out where to start binge-watching.

“Killing Eve” Season 1 is available on Hulu. Golden Globes host Sandra Oh won best actress in a drama for her work as Eve Polastri, an MI-5 agent who starts tracking assassin Villanelle (Jodie Comer). Catch up on all eight episodes before Season 2 starts on BBC America this spring.

“Bodyguard” can be watched on Netflix. Richard Madden won best actor in a drama for his work as a war veteran with PTSD. The BBC-produced drama follows Police Sergeant David Budd, a vet who is now working as a bodyguard for a politician who does not share his views.

“The Marvelous Mrs. Maisel” Seasons 1 and 2 are exclusive to Amazon Prime. If Golden Globes viewers didn’t start watching after Rachel Brosnahan’s first win for best actress in a comedy, maybe her second win will inspire them. She plays Midge, an upper-class wife in the 1950s who discovers her talent as a standup comic after her husband leaves her.

Golden Globe 2019 winners
"The Assassination of Gianni Versace" star Darren Criss, "Killing Eve" star Sandra Oh and "Bodyguard" star Richard Madden all won big at the 2019 Golden Globes. Pari Dukovic/FX; BBC AMERICA/Sid Gentle Films Ltd 2018; Sophie Mutevelian/World Productions/Netflix

“The Assassination of Gianni Versace: American Crime Story” can be watched on FX+ now and hits Netflix on Jan. 17. The story of Gianni Versace’s killer, Andrew Cunanan, scored big at the Golden Globes. Darren Criss won for best actor in a limited series or TV movie and the drama itself won best limited series.

“The Americans” Seasons 1 through 6 is on FX+. After finishing its sixth and final season, FX’s critically acclaimed show about KGB spies posing as an American family won best drama.

“The Kominsky Method” is a Netflix original. Michael Douglas won best actor in a comedy for his work as aging acting coach Sandy Kominsky. The sitcom, which follows Kominsky as he navigates life as a senior citizen in Hollywood, also won best comedy.

“Escape at Dannemora” aired on Showtime, so it can be streamed on Showtime Anytime. Patricia Arquette won best actress in a limited series for her portrayal of Joyce “Tilly” Mitchell, a prison worker who becomes romantically involved with two inmates and helps them escape. The 7-episode series is based on a true story.

“Sharp Objects” aired on HBO, so it can be streamed on HBO Go and HBO Now. Patricia Clarkson won best supporting actress in a series, limited series or TV movie. She played the socialite mother of a journalist (Amy Adams) who returned to her hometown to investigate the murders of two young girls.

“A Very English Scandal” can be watched on Amazon Prime. Ben Whishaw won best supporting actor in a series, limited series or TV movie for his portrayal of Norman Scott, the ex-lover of politician Jeremy Thorpe (Hugh Grant). The three-episode BBC miniseries, set in the 1960s and 70s, shows how the affair led to Thorpe’s career ending.