Known bad HTTPS hosts are still blocked. This is true for all Avast, Bitdefender, ESET, Kaspersky, etc.
Norton doesn't do HTTPS scanning but relies on an extension. Though I have seen Norton blocking malicious connections even without browser extension but in rare cases. They have the ability but don't utilize it fully for some reason.
Without browser extension, F-Secure & G-Data's web blocking is restricted to HTTP only.
MD's network protection should have been better but in general, it blocks nothing but increase CPU usage under heavy downloads.
Simply disabling HTTPS protection in the AV should be enough. There are many members on the forum who use their preferred product in such way.