Good thing awards season only comes once a year because that's about how long it takes to get through all the movies and shows on everyone's rapidly growing "to watch" list. You'd better start cuing up titles on your Amazon Prime account stat, before you start falling behind. But before you get ahead of yourself, let's start at the top of your list: here's where to stream The Marvelous Mrs. Maisel.
After winning four Emmy Awards, two Critics' Choice Awards, and a Golden Globe in 2018, the second season of Rachel Brosnahan's latest series is proving to be just as popular as the first. You certainly won't see any shortage of The Marvelous Mrs. Maisel this Sun., seeing as it's up for the most Screen Actors Guild Awards in the TV sector (along with the Netflix drama Ozark).
Already this year, it's won a Golden Globe and two Critics' Choice Awards. Now, the show has earned a quartet of nominations at the SAG Awards.
Created by the mastermind behind Gilmore Girls, Amy Sherman-Palladino, the show chronicles Miriam "Midge" Maisel, a 1950s housewife who forfeits her apron for a chance at stand-up comedy in New York's Upper West Side. Her seemingly idyllic life is turned upside down with this newfound talent, which winds up landing her a spot on the Tonight Show sofa.
An Amazon original, the show's pilot episode was, in fact, one of the most successful ever for the video streaming website, achieving an outstanding 4.9 out of 5 average viewer rating. The Marvelous Mrs. Maisel was such a hit that Amazon announced that there would be a season three a whole six months before season two even debuted.
So, mark your calendars: if the third season is anything like its predecessors, it's likely to premiere in the winter (the first season was released in Nov. and the second in Dec.). Until then, head to Amazon to binge on Brosnahan's nostalgic '50s outfits and tune into the SAG Awards this Sun. at 8 p.m. EST on TBS or TNT to cheer the cast on.
Brosnahan, who you probably remember from House of Cards, is nominated for Outstanding Performance by a Female Actor alongside co-star Alex Borstein, who plays Midge's manager. Tony Shalhoub, Brosnahan's on-screen father, is also nominated for Outstanding Performance by a Male Actor.
The series itself is up against Atlanta, Barry, GLOW, and The Kominsky Method for Outstanding Performance by an Ensemble in a Comedy Series, too.