Where to Watch the 2022 Emmy-Winning Shows

At the beginning of the 2022 Emmys, host Kenan Thompson called television “the greatest invention in the history of mankind,” before paying tribute to some of the tube’s most enduring creations throughout history. The 2022 Emmy winners at Monday night’s ceremony originated from 14 shows in the sea of endless options. There were repeat wins for previously honored hits like Ted Lasso and Succession, while new kids on the block including Abbott Elementary and Squid Game earned their first Primetime Emmy victories.

If you’re longing to take in The White Lotus—the night’s most-awarded show—or find yourself searching for a reason to rewatch Zendaya in Euphoria, here is where to stream 2022’s Emmy-winning shows.

Abbott Elementary

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ABC’s breakout network comedy earned two of the night’s most thrilling wins—one for Quinta Brunson in best writing for a comedy series and the other for Sheryl Lee Ralph, whose supporting-actress acceptance speech was one of the ceremony’s most memorable moments. She opened her remarks by singing the Dianne Reeves tune “Endangered Species,” then spoke about the importance of protecting your dreams. Said the veteran actor: “To anyone who has ever, ever had a dream and thought your dream wasn’t, wouldn’t, couldn’t come true—I am here to tell you that this is what believing looks like.” A mockumentary-style show, Abbott Elementary follows the teachers and students of a struggling Philadelphia public school.

Dopesick

Antony Platt

Michael Keaton, star of the somber Hulu limited series exploring the impacts of the opioid epidemic, won the first statue of the night for outstanding lead actor in a limited series—and believe it or not, it was also his first Emmy win. “Over the years, we’ve all been through a bunch of tough times. There’ve been some doubters. I’ve had some doubters,” Keaton said, raising his statue in the air. “But you know what…we’re cool! I also had those people for all these years…who were the true believers.”

The Dropout

Michael Desmond