The A.V. Club is counting down the days leading up to the 69th Primetime Emmy Awards, Sunday, September 17, with an examination of this year’s major categories. Each day, TV editor Erik Adams breaks down a category and gives us his picks for who should win, and who will win. Today we’re looking at the nominees for Outstanding Lead Actress In A Drama: Viola Davis as Annalise Keating on How To Get Away With Murder Claire Foy as Queen Elizabeth II on The Crown Elisabeth Moss as June Osborne/Offred on The Handmaid’s Tale Keri Russell as Elizabeth Jennings on The Americans Evan Rachel Wood as Dolores Abernathy on Westworld Robin Wright as Claire Underwood on House Of Cards Elisabeth Moss is the clear frontrunner for her stellar turn as Offred in The Handmaid’s Tale, a potentially long overdue win given her tragically unawarded work on Mad Men. But overall this is a strong category, with Viola Davis already having taken home this award two years ago, and Keri Russell’s and Claire Foy’s award-winning work on their respective shows. But in the end, it’s Elisabeth Moss’ award to lose. For the rest of Erik’s analysis, check out the video above and… Read full this story
- Joins Elisabeth Moss,
- Listen to Elisabeth Hasselbeck and Barbara Walters’s Massive Fight Behind the Scenes on
- Winners and Losers in Elisabeth Hasselbeck’s Departure From
- Elisabeth Moss goes makeup-free as she wears a green strapless dress over her red bikini as she unwinds by a swimming pool in Hawaii
- Rosie O’Donnell Talks About ‘Crush’ On Elisabeth Hasselbeck: ‘Lesbian Undertones On Both Parts.’ A Fiery Hasselbeck Responds.
- Elisabeth Moss dazzles in a black and silver metallic dragon dress while Aubrey Plaza and Tiffany Haddish follow suit in leggy looks on the MTV Movie Awards red carpet
- Top of the Lake – first look review
- Jane Campion wanted a bleaker ending for The Piano
- What’s the Republic of Gilead in The Handmaid’s Tale, where are the Colonies and why was Ofglen sent there in season one?
- The Square review – an archly entertaining swipe at the art world
- Ultimate Guide: The 16 best ice cream shops in the San Francisco Bay Area
- ’22. Juli,’ ‘Caliphate,’ ’The Paradise’ Up for 2020 Nordisk Film & TV Fond Prize
It’s Elisabeth have 378 words, post on www.avclub.com at September 12, 2017. This is cached page on Konitono Blog. If you want remove this page, please contact us.