After the recent news of Mary Tyler Moore’s death, plenty of her fans will surely be looking for ways to watch her classic work. While not all of the work Moore starred in is available online for streaming, some of her most popular films and TV shows are.

Three of the seven seasons of “The Mary Tyler Moore” show are currently available for streaming on Hulu and Yahoo. The actress’ other most famous work, “The Dick Van Dyke Show,” is available for streaming on Netflix and Hulu — all five seasons.

If you’d rather watch some of Moore’s big screen work, a number of films are also available for streaming. The 1980 film “Ordinary People,” which got Moore an Academy Award nomination for best actress, can be streamed with Starz if you have a subscription. A Starz subscription will also allow you to watch the 1969 musical, “Change of Habit,” starring Elvis Presley. Moore’s 1982 film, “Six Weeks,” is also available for streaming on Amazon Prime Video and and Epix, which both require subscriptions. 

Mary Tyler Moore Check out how you can streaming some of Mary Tyler Moore's most famous work. Pictured: Mary Tyler Moore on Jan. 29, 2012 in Los Angeles. Photo: Getty Images/Kevin Winter

According to TMZ, the actress’ family rushed her to the hospital on Wednesday to say goodbye. The website reported the 80-year-old was “critical” and “suffering from a number of health problems.” While a specific cause of death is currently unknown, a TMZ source claims she had been on a respirator for more than a week. Moore was diagnosed with type 1 diabetes during the early years of “The Mary Tyler Moore Show” and had brain surgery in 2011.

In 2009, Moore opened up about the first time she found out she had diabetes. In typical Mary Tyler Moore fashion, the actress joked about the situation. “When the doctor said I had diabetes, I conjured images of languishing on a chaise longue nibbling chocolates,” she told USA Today. “I have no idea why I thought this.”