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7 Emmy award-winning shows to binge right now

7 Emmy award-winning shows to binge right now

Whether you like quirky comedies, tense dramas or glamourous reality, these are the Emmy award-winning TV shows to binge in 2020.

7 Emmy award-winning shows to binge right now

Schitt’s Creek

The quirky, family comedy made history at the 72nd Emmys, winning seven awards, including Best Comedy, Best Writing for a Comedy and Best Actor and Actress in a Comedy.

The Canadian sitcom follows the fall of the Rose family, as they move from their mansion to a ramshackle motel in a town they bought named Schitt’s Creek.

Where to watch: Netflix.


The hit HBO series is in its third season now and took home two Emmys, Outstanding Drama and Best Actor in a Drama.

The tense drama follows a dysfunctional global-media family as they fight and jostle for power and prestige when their father announces he is stepping down as head of the company.

Where to watch: Neon, Binge and Foxtel.


If you’re looking for a visually stunning drama that pulls at your heartstrings, Euphoria is the show for you. The show’s lead Zendaya nabbed the Lead Actress in a Drama prize at the 2020 Emmys.

The teen drama deals with topics of drug addiction, sexuality, mental health and body image.

Where to watch: Netflix, Binge and Foxtel.

The Morning Show

Jennifer Aniston and Reese Witherspoon go head to head in this slick, fast-paced drama. Supporting Actor Billy Crudup took home the Emmy for his role as TV exec Cory Ellison.

The show follows the fallout from a sexual scandal at a hit US morning show and is a bold and original exploration of #MeToo America.

Where to watch: Apple TV+

Mrs America

A loose retelling of the movement to ratify the Equal Rights Amendment, Mrs America sees feminist figures such as Gloria Steinem (Rose Byrne) battle conservative activist Phyllis Schlafly (Cate Blanchett) in the height of the feminist revolution.

Uzo Aduba won the Supporting Actress in a Limited Series trophy for her portrayal of pioneering feminist and civil rights activist Shirley Chisholm. It also features a stellar 70s soundtrack and gorgeous outfits.

Where to watch: Neon, Binge and Foxtel.

RuPaul’s Drag Race

Enter the glitz and glam world of drag in this fan-favourite reality competition. Host, judge, mentor and drag icon RuPaul heads up this addictive reality series that sees some of the world’s best drag contestants battle it out to be named the next “Drag Queen Superstar”.

The show, now in its 12th season, won the Emmy for Outstanding Competition Program and is a perfect escapist reality watch.

Where to watch: Netflix.


If you ever thought cheerleeding was a bit of frivolous fun, Cheer will change your mind. A joyful, heartbreaking and edge-of-your-seat documentary series, Cheer follows the lives of the incredibly talented and dedicated college athletes as they gear up for the biggest competition of the year.

The show took home the Emmy for Unstructuctured Reality Program and with just six episodes, it’s the perfect weekend binge.

Where to watch: Netflix.

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