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Here's Where to Stream 30 of This Year's Emmy Nominated Shows for Free, for a Fee or with a Subscription

Photo of Paula Bernstein By Paula Bernstein | Indiewire July 19, 2013 at 11:24AM

If you want to catch up on the Emmy nominated shows, you're in luck, because 30 of the nominated seasons are now streaming for free, for a fee, or with a subscription.
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Aaron Paul and Bryan Cranston in 'Breaking Bad'
Frank Ockenfels/AMC Aaron Paul and Bryan Cranston in 'Breaking Bad'

The nominations for the 65th Primetime Emmy Awards were announced yesterday. Netflix burst onto the Emmy scene with nominations for its new original series, "House of Cards" and "Arrested Development. If you're a Netflix subscriber, you can watch both shows on the streaming site. But if you want to catch up on the rest of the Emmy nominated shows, you're in luck, because 30 of the nominated seasons are now streaming for free, for a fee, or with a subscription (disclaimer: in some cases, only a limited number of episodes are free).

We've done you the favor of researching which shows are available online and let you know where to find them. Unfortunately, none of the nominated HBO or Showtime shows are available on streaming services, but you can stream them if you are an HBO or Showtime subscriber.

It's hot outside, so it's the perfect time to hole up inside with the A/C blasting and binge watch (or re-watch) some Emmy nominated TV:

By subscription:

House of Cards (Netflix)

Arrested Development (Netflix)

Top of the Lake (Netflix)

Political Animals (Netflix)

Downton Abbey (Amazon Prime)

Dancing With The Stars (Hulu Plus)

For a fee:

Breaking Bad (Amazon Instant Video)

American Horror Story: Asylum (Amazon Instant Video)

The Hour (Amazon Instant Video)

Louie (Amazon Instant Video)

Portlandia (Amazon Instant Video)

Mad Men (Amazon Instant Video)

The Big Bang Theory (Amazon Instant Video)

Free:

The Office (Hulu)

The Voice (Hulu)

The Daily Show with John Stewart (Hulu)

The Colbert Report (Hulu)

Dancing With the Stars (Hulu


Late Night with Jimmy Fallon (Hulu)

Jimmy Kimmel Live (Hulu)

Saturday Night Live (Hulu)

Scandal (Hulu)

Nashville (Hulu)

Modern Famiily (Hulu)

Parks and Recreation (Hulu)

30 Rock (Hulu)

Glee (Hulu)

Betty White's Off Their Rockers (Hulu)

Project Runway (Hulu)

So You Think You Can Dance (Hulu)

How many of these shows do you plan to watch?

This article is related to: Emmys, Streaming, Hulu, TV Features, TV





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