Is Fleabag on Netflix: How to Stream 'Killing Eve,' 'The Marvelous Mrs. Maisel' and Other Emmy-Winning Shows

The Emmy Awards continued to be dominated by HBO and streaming services this year as Game of Thrones, When They See Us, The Marvelous Mrs. Maisel and Fleabag won big Sunday night in Los Angeles.

According to Deadline's tally, Netflix and Amazon Prime Video were among the top networks/streamers to win awards, ranking behind only HBO for most wins. HBO had nine wins at Sunday's Primetime Emmys, which, combined with its 25 Creative Arts Emmys won last week, gives it a haul of 34 Emmys in 2019. Netflix won 27 Emmys in total this year, including four Primetime Emmys Sunday night, while Amazon won 15, including seven Primetime Emmys.

If you're curious about how to stream some of this year's big winners, read on below:

Game of Thrones

Where to stream: HBO Now

All eight seasons of Game of Thrones, including its best drama series-winning final season, are available on HBO Now. Get a 14-day free trial if you're a new subscriber; after that it costs $14.99 a month.

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Phoebe Waller-Bridge in "Fleabag." Prime Video

Fleabag

Where to stream: Prime Video

Fleabag's acclaimed second—and possibly final—season swept the Emmys with wins for best comedy series, best lead actress in a comedy series (Phoebe Waller-Bridge), and best writing and directing for a comedy series. Catch up with the antics of Fleabag and the Hot Priest on Prime Video. Prime Video subscriptions start at $8.99.

Killing Eve

Where to stream: Hulu

Not only did Phoebe Waller-Bridge clean house with Fleabag, but Killing Eve, which she created, also took home a top prize for actress Jodie Comer. The British star won lead actress in a drama series for her portrayal of the psychopathic Villanelle. Season 1 is streaming on Hulu. No word yet on Season 2. Hulu subscriptions start at $5.99.

Pose

Where to stream: Netflix

The category is... best actor. Billy Porter won lead actor in a drama series for Pose's first season. All of the first season is now available to stream on Netflix. No word yet on Season 2, which premiered this past summer on FX. Subscription plans start at $8.99.

The Marvelous Mrs. Maisel

Where to stream: Prime Video

Prime Video took home seven awards for Mrs. Maisel, Fleabag and A Very English Scandal. Mrs. Maisel won best supporting actor and actress in a comedy series for Tony Shalhoub and Alex Borstein respectively. Seasons 1 and 2 are on Prime Video now.

Fosse/Verdon

Where to stream: Hulu

Michelle Williams upset Amy Adams fans by winning lead actress in a limited series for FX's Fosse/Verdon. The first season is available in full on Hulu. Plans start at $5.99.

When They See Us

Where to stream: Netflix

Ava DuVernay's gripping drama about the Central Park Five won lead actor in a limited series for Jharrel Jerome on Sunday night. The four-episode miniseries is available to stream on Netflix.

Barry

Where to stream: HBO Now

HBO's Barry won Bill Hader his second consecutive lead actor in a comedy series award. The dark comedy series is available to stream on HBO Now.

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Patricia Arquette and Joey King in 'The Act.' Brownie Harris/Hulu

Ozark

Where to stream: Netflix

Ozark's Julia Garner nabbed the award for supporting actress in a drama series while co-star Jason Bateman was also recognized, but not for his acting. Bateman won directing for a drama series for an episode of the crime thriller. The first two seasons of Ozark are available to stream on Netflix.

Chernobyl

Where to stream: HBO Now

It's the drama everyone was talking about earlier this year. Chernobyl won best limited series and best writing and directing for a limited series. The hugely acclaimed show can be watched on HBO Now.

The Act

Where to stream: Hulu

With The Handmaid's Tale Season 3 not eligible for this year's Emmys, Patricia Arquette continued to give Hulu some Emmys prestige as she picked up supporting actress in a limited series for The Act. The entire miniseries is streaming now on Hulu.