Catch up on all the Emmy-nominated TV shows

The 66th Annual Emmy Awards are Monday and there’s no better place to catch-up on all the nominated shows than on Roku. Here are the comedy and drama series nominees. They’re all binge-worthy!

We’re calling it – Orange is the New Black for comedy and Breaking Bad for drama series. Who do you think will win?

Outstanding Comedy Series Nominees

  • Orange is the New Black (TV Show, 2013) – Piper Chapman spends a year in a women’s prison as a result of her dealings with a drug problem.  The series is exclusively available on Netflix.
  • Louie (TV Show, 2010) – Life can be hectic for single father and successful stand-up comedian Louie.  The series is available to watch on Amazon Instant Video and Vudu.
  • Modern Family (TV Show, 2009) – A diverse clan bridges cultural and generational gaps. The entire series is available to watch on Amazon Instant Video, M-GO and Vudu.
  • Silicon Valley (TV Show, 2014) – In the high-tech gold rush of modern Silicon Valley, follow the lives of a programmer and his roommates. Available on Amazon Instant Video, HBO GO and Vudu.
  • The Big Bang Theory (TV Show, 2007) – A free-spirited beauty moves in next door to two physicists. The entire series is available to watch Amazon Instant Video, M-GO and Vudu.
  • Veep (TV Show, 2012) – A senator tries to make her mark as Vice President of the United States. Watch the whole series on Amazon Instant Video, HBO GO and Vudu.

Outstanding Drama Series Nominees

  • Breaking Bad (TV Show, 2008) – A high school chemistry teacher has a midlife crisis. Watch the entire series on Amazon Instant VideoM-GONetflix and Vudu.
  • True Detective (TV Show, 2014) – Louisiana detectives endure a cycle of violence and obsession within a 17-year hunt for a serial killer. Available to watch on Amazon Instant Video, HBO GO and Vudu.
  • Mad Men (TV Show, 2007) – A drama about a prestigious team of account executives in a 1960’s New York City ad agency. Watch the series on Amazon Instant Video, M-GO, Netflix and Vudu.
  • House of Cards (TV Show, 2013) – A ruthless politician plots revenge on those who have thwarted him. Both seasons available to watch on Amazon Instant Video, M-GO, Netflix and Vudu.
  • Game of Thrones (TV Show, 2011) – Noble families in the seven kingdoms of Westeros vie for control of the Iron Throne. Season 4 is available to watch on HBO GO. The rest of the series is available on Amazon Instant Video, HBO GO and Vudu.
  • Downton Abbey (TV Show, 2010) – Follow the life of the Crawley family and their servant in the beginning years leading up to the World War I. All four seasons available to watch on Amazon Instant Video and Vudu.

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