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Everything to know about the 2022 SAG Awards nominations and ceremony

Everything to know about the 2022 SAG Awards nominations and ceremony
Members of the Screen Actors Guild have put their imprimaturs on awards season’s acting races with the 2022 Screen Actors Guild Awards. The ceremony is set to take place on Sunday, February 27, and will bestow acting awards on last year’s best lead and supporting performances on film and television. Here’s everything to know about the 2022 SAG Awards, including who was nominated and how to watch the 2022 SAG Awards online.

Who are the SAG Awards nominees?

The 2022 Screen Actors Guild Award nominations were announced Wednesday, January 12 . The SAG Awards 2022 nominated actors and actresses in 15 categories – including six on the film side and nine for television. Here are the nominees:

The Motion Picture Nominees are:

Outstanding Performance by a Male Actor in a Leading Role

Javier Bardem / Desi Arnaz – “Being The Ricardos

Benedict Cumberbatch / Phil Burbank – “The Power Of The Dog

Andrew Garfield / Jon – “Tick, Tick…Boom!”

Will Smith / Richard
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SAG Awards Nominations: The Complete List

SAG Awards Nominations: The Complete List
Nominations were revealed Wednesday morning for the 28th annual SAG Awards, one of the bellwether guild events in the awards-season calendar.

Rosario Dawson and Vanessa Hudgens are being joined by new SAG-AFTRA president Fran Drescher to announce nominees in 15 film and television categories in a ceremony starting at 7 a.m. Pt on SAG-AFTRA’s Instagram Live page.

The guild also this morning announced its annual stunt ensemble nominees (see the full list of noms below).

After this morning’s nominations, guild members will vote from January 19-25 ahead of the awards ceremony now set to air on TNT and TBS on February 27 at Barker Hangar in Santa Monica, a departure from the guild’s usual Shrine Auditorium locale.

In 2021, the SAG Awards were held as a one-hour virtual ceremony delayed to April because of the constraints of the pandemic; for now, an in-person event is planned, complete with a red carpet.
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‘The Handmaid’s Tale’ reveals 12 cast members eligible for SAG Award ensemble prize: Elisabeth Moss, Yvonne Strahovski …

‘The Handmaid’s Tale’ reveals 12 cast members eligible for SAG Award ensemble prize: Elisabeth Moss, Yvonne Strahovski …
Praise be! Hulu’s “The Handmaid’s Tale” has just revealed to Gold Derby that 12 cast members will be eligible for the ensemble prize at the 2022 Screen Actors Guild Awards. Included in the alphabetical list (see below) are two recent SAG Awards nominees, Joseph Fiennes and leading lady Elisabeth Moss, as well as one new addition, Sam Jaeger, who had appeared on the show in limited capacity since the second season before finally being upped to a series regular ahead of the fourth.

See Why ‘The Handmaid’s Tale’s’ Elisabeth Moss might have her best shot at bagging her first solo SAG Award

Despite nominations for all of Seasons 1 through 3 (2018-20), “Handmaid’s” has failed to take home the SAG Awards’ TV drama ensemble prize, surprising everyone when it lost in 2018 even after sweeping both the Emmys and the antecedent winter awards for its debut installment. But this egregious oversight
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Elisabeth Moss deserves first solo SAG Awards win for career-defining turn in ‘The Handmaid’s Tale’ season 4

Elisabeth Moss deserves first solo SAG Awards win for career-defining turn in ‘The Handmaid’s Tale’ season 4
Elisabeth Moss has never won an individual Screen Actors Guild Award. A 15-time nominee, she has won twice as part of the “Mad Men” ensemble but lost all six of her solo nominations, of which she earned two for “Mad Men” and and three for Hulu’s ”The Handmaid’s Tale” (2018-20) for TV drama actress, and one for “Top of the Lake” (2014) for limited Series/TV movie actress. It’s why I now ask of you, dear SAG Awards voters, to consider finally rewarding Moss individually for her career-defining work in “Handmaid’s'” Season 4.

The fourth installment picks up with Moss’ June Osborne on the run, and the actor juggles four discernible but inextricably intertwined sides of her character: a traumatized handmaid, a solicitous mother and wife, a vengeful, rage-driven rebel, and a guilt-ridden survivor. Take, for instance, the scene from the Season 4 opener, “Pigs,” in which June directs child
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SAG Awards predictions for TV Drama Ensemble: ‘Succession’ far out front, but what about ‘Squid Game’?

SAG Awards predictions for TV Drama Ensemble: ‘Succession’ far out front, but what about ‘Squid Game’?
The Screen Actors Guild Awards nominations will be announced on January 12, honoring the best performances in television and film for the 2021 calendar year. One of the most up-in-the-air races is TV Drama Ensemble, which notably will have 100% turnover as none of last year’s nominees are eligible to repeat again. Which dramatic casts will take their places on the nominations list? According to Gold Derby’s SAG Awards predictions for TV Drama Ensemble, the five nominees will be “Succession,” “The Handmaid’s Tale,” “The Morning Show,” “Pose” and “Squid Game.”

Seesag Awards TV predictions slugfest: ‘Succession’ vs. ‘Squid Game’? ‘Ted Lasso’ vs. ‘Only Murders in the Building’? [Watch]

HBO’s “Succession” comes in first place with 16/5 odds. Surprisingly, this Emmy champion has never been nominated for a single SAG Award despite being eligible in both 2019 and 2020. Might Season 3 be its year? Jeremy Strong and Brian Cox lead the ensemble as Kendall Roy and Logan Roy,
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Emmy spotlight: Why ‘The Handmaid’s Tale’s’ Elisabeth Moss could (and should) break this recent drama actress trend

Emmy spotlight: Why ‘The Handmaid’s Tale’s’ Elisabeth Moss could (and should) break this recent drama actress trend
Last decade, only two performers took home the Best Drama Actress Emmy more than once for the same show: Claire Danes for “Homeland” back to back in 2012 and ’13 and Julianna Margulies for “The Good Wife” in 2011 and ’14 — both under the tape system and on a ranked ballot. The Emmys switched to a popular vote in 2015 to select the winners, which, coincidentally or not, has resulted in the drama actress category producing a different champ every year. While it looks like “The Crown’s” Emma Corrin, who currently tops our odds, is going to continue this trend, there’s one nominee in this year’s lineup who could stop it: “The Handmaid’s Tale‘s” Elisabeth Moss. After winning drama actress for the Hulu drama’s debut installment in 2017, the now 14-time nominee, who is in third in our odds, could (and should) be catapulted to the top of the category
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Will The Handmaid's Tale season 5 be the last?

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Will The Handmaid's Tale season 5 be the last?
The fourth season of The Handmaid's Tale concluded earlier this year, but as Hulu had already renewed the dystopian series for a fifth season, we knew that the story of June Osborne (Elisabeth Moss) wasn't over. Given the way the story of The Handmaid's Tale has progressed, some fans feel that the upcoming fifth season will be a natural endpoint, but the creative…
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It Starts On The Page: Read The Emmy-Nominated Script For Hulu’s ‘The Handmaid’s Tale’; Plus, Q&a With Writer Yahlin Chang

It Starts On The Page: Read The Emmy-Nominated Script For Hulu’s ‘The Handmaid’s Tale’; Plus, Q&a With Writer Yahlin Chang
Nominated for 21 Emmys including for Outstanding Drama Series, a category it won in 2017, Hulu’s The Handmaid’s Tale stars Elizabeth Moss as June Osborne in a dystopian future where she lives under a fundamentalist theocratic dictatorship. The fourth season starts with June being taken to a safehouse by other handmaids, after being badly injured in the events of the Season 3 finale.

The episode, titled “Home,” written by Yahlin Chang, is a nominee in the Outstanding Writing for a Drama Series category. It begins with June officially requesting asylum in Canada. As she struggles with the prospect of her freedom, she is reunited with loved ones and her nemesis, Serena (Yvonne Stahovski).

Here, the Emmy-nominated Chang answers some questions about her work on the episode as part of Deadline’s It Starts on the Page, a series showcasing scripts from this year’s Emmy-nominated programs and the writers who brought them to life.
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Dave Bautista Is the Streamer in New Disney Streaming Bundle Commercial

Dave Bautista Is the Streamer in New Disney Streaming Bundle Commercial
Dave Bautista has arrived as The Streamer, the new apparent spokesperson for the Disney Bundle streaming package seen in a viral ad promoting the service. Giving streamers more bang for their buck, the Disney Bundle includes Disney+, Hulu, and ESPN+ all together for the single price of $13.99 per month. With Bautista playing the part, The Streamer is an older man who enjoys streaming different content on his devices while camping, and you can watch the video starring Dave Bautista below.

"Hello friend. I've streamed every stream you can stream. There are funny streams, dramatic streams, all kinds of streams out there. But there's only one stream that has every kind of stream you could ever want to stream. It's called the Disney Bundle," says The Streamer.

"I like to stream it real good," he adds. "I wake up and stream The Mandalorian. By late morning, I'm hootin' and hollerin' for the Orioles.
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The Handmaid’s Tale: Saddest Deaths, Ranked

The Handmaid’s Tale: Saddest Deaths, Ranked
When a story takes place in a fictional world that is as harsh and unforgiving as Gilead, it comes as no surprise that very few people actually manage to survive it. Many characters have come and gone from The Handmaid's Tale throughout the show's four seasons, and some of those deaths were more heartbreaking than others.

Related: 10 Things That Need To Happen In Season 5 Of The Handmaid's Tale

Whether they died at the hands of Gilead's government, in an accident, or as a direct result of June Osborne, each one of these character's deaths had a huge impact on the audience.
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The Handmaid's Tale: 10 Things That Need To Happen In Season 5

After four straight seasons of the Waterfords getting away with murder and abusing June Osborne (among many others), Fred finally got some biblical justice at the hands of June and her raging squad of handmaids. Fred's death left the audience with a lot of questions about what lies ahead for Serena, June, and the series as a whole.

Related: 8 Handmaid's Tale Characters That Should Still Be Alive

The fourth season of The Handmaid's Tale might be the most exciting so far, as the bulk of the main cast has made it to Canada and it seems like the stasis that they've all survived in for years is finally changing. But what plot threads that developed in season 4 need to be resolved in season 5?
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How ‘Silence of the Lambs’ Inspired Elisabeth Moss’ Directing in ‘Handmaid’s Tale’

How ‘Silence of the Lambs’ Inspired Elisabeth Moss’ Directing in ‘Handmaid’s Tale’
This story about “The Handmaid’s Tale” star and director Elisabeth Moss first appeared in the Comedy & Drama Series issue of TheWrap’s awards magazine.

After three seasons of leading Hulu’s “The Handmaid’s Tale” on screen, Elisabeth Moss decided it was time to take charge behind the camera during the drama’s fourth season. In signing up for her first directing gig in Gilead, Moss, who stars as renegade Handmaid June Osborne, thought she’d just be sitting in the director’s chair for one episode—but the pandemic changed her plans, luckily, for the better.

“We prepped it, shot for two weeks, shut down for almost six months, came back and kept shooting,” she said. “And it was during (the second block of filming), which was Episodes 4 and 5, that the idea for me directing 8 and 9 came up. Episode 3 had been distributed to the rest of the producers and then to MGM and Hulu,
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It Starts On The Page: Read ‘The Handmaid’s Tale’s Season 4 Finale Script From Bruce Miller

It Starts On The Page: Read ‘The Handmaid’s Tale’s Season 4 Finale Script From Bruce Miller
“In Gilead, self-control was the essential survival skill,” reads Bruce Miller’s script for the Season 4 finale of The Handmaid’s Tale. “June’s an expert,” adds the details, which comes from the episode, which is titled “The Wilderness” and launched on Hulu on June 15.

Culminating in the death of Fred Waterford (Joe Fiennes), the conclusion of this season’s 10-episode run of the series based on Margaret Atwood’s classic novel saw the Elisabeth Moss’ June Osborne finally take her revenge upon the commander for all the sexual assault, torture, pain and patriarchal-fueled misery he and Gilead subjected her and many other women to over the years …and June wasn’t alone.

“It’s a very interesting episode to write because you have to remind the audience how despicable Fred is right before you kill him, but if you have to remind the audience, they haven’t been watching at all,
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Elisabeth Moss and Gillian Anderson on Spending Their 20s on TV, Playing Margaret Thatcher and the Post-Trump ‘Handmaid’s Tale’

Elisabeth Moss and Gillian Anderson on Spending Their 20s on TV, Playing Margaret Thatcher and the Post-Trump ‘Handmaid’s Tale’
Elisabeth Moss (“The Handmaid’s Tale”) and Gillian Anderson (“The Crown”) sat down for a virtual chat for Variety‘s Actors on Actors. For more, click here.

When Gillian Anderson and Elisabeth Moss met virtually to talk about their respective roles as Margaret Thatcher on Netflix’s “The Crown” and June Osborne on Hulu’s “The Handmaid’s Tale,” they discussed the benefits of being on long-running television shows, directing and characters they’d like to play again. Anderson detailed how she’d built Thatcher from the inside out, and Moss mused about how “Handmaid’s” might feel different in the Biden era.

And they discovered that they both had come of age as young actors — and young women — between the ages of 23 and 32 on “The X-Files” (Anderson) and “Mad Men” (Moss), and were delighted by the coincidence.

Gillian Anderson: I heard you guys shut down for a bit on “The Handmaid’s Tale
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The Handmaid's Tale EP Breaks Down the 'Irresistible Force' That Leads June to Take Fatal, Game-Changing Action

The Handmaid's Tale EP Breaks Down the 'Irresistible Force' That Leads June to Take Fatal, Game-Changing Action
Warning: This post contains spoilers from The Handmaid’s Tale‘s Season 4 finale.

Thought June Osborne’s escape from Gilead was satisfying? Try watching The Handmaid’s Tale heroine and her fellow former handmaids kill Fred Waterford with their bare hands in the Season 4 finale.

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The season-ender, which began streaming Wednesday,
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That Character Death on The Handmaid's Tale Could Have Big Repercussions For June

That Character Death on The Handmaid's Tale Could Have Big Repercussions For June
Whenever it feels like things will work out for June Osborne on The Handmaid's Tale, something always comes along to ruin our sense of hope. The season four finale, titled "The Wilderness," isn't any different, and it's June's actions during the episode's final moments that could be setting her up for a rough season five. But what does it all mean for June's future? It becomes clear that June will be the downfall of Commander Fred Waterford after it's revealed that he could go free since the Canadian government is dropping charges against him.

June visits Fred in prison, making him think he's won, but she later tells Luke that she's going to put Fred "on the fucking wall." In a last-ditch effort to make sure Fred isn't let off scot-free, June brokers a deal between Mark Tuello and Commander Lawrence for the release of 22 resistance women in exchange for Fred's return to Gilead.
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The Handmaid’s Tale Season 4 Ending Explained

The Handmaid’s Tale Season 4 Ending Explained
Warning: contains The Handmaid’s Tale spoilers.

It’s going to take June Osborne some time to get Gilead out of her system. Season four of The Handmaid’s Tale may have finally brought her to Canada, but the years of abuse and violence she’s suffered, not to mention her forcible separation from her daughters Hannah and Nichole, have taken a deep toll. The season four finale showed June let down by international law and forced to seek vigilante justice for the pain caused to her by Commander Fred Waterford. Unable to move on knowing that Fred would go unpunished, June arranged a Salvaging of her own, setting upon her former Commander with a battalion of other ex-Gilead women in the woods. Fred was beaten and hanged, and June was left smeared with his blood. The question is: what happens now?

Is June going to jail?

After June and the others
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The Handmaid’s Tale Season 4 Episode 10 Review: A Brutal Reckoning But Was Justice Done?

The Handmaid’s Tale Season 4 Episode 10 Review: A Brutal Reckoning But Was Justice Done?
This The Handmaid’s Tale review contains spoilers.

It’s no wonder this whole season has been lit like a séance; thematically it started dark, and it stayed that way. Anybody expecting a healing arc for post-escape June will have been left wanting, because season four was all about revenge. That’s where it started – with Esther Keyes stabbing her abuser to death and then crawling into June’s maternal embrace – and that’s where it’s ended – with baby Nichole smeared in the blood of her mother’s now-dead rapist. June’s not the only one who takes the big swings. This show’s no slouch on that front either.

In ‘The Wilderness’, June was made to choose between acceptance and justice, to decide between the “count our blessings” and “out of sight, out of mind” homilies of Luke and Rita, and her visceral need for retribution. Even though it
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‘Handmaid’s Tale’ Season Finale: Joe Fiennes & Showrunner Bruce Miller On That Bloody Ending, Why It Had To Happen, & What’s Next For The Hulu Series

‘Handmaid’s Tale’ Season Finale: Joe Fiennes & Showrunner Bruce Miller On That Bloody Ending, Why It Had To Happen, & What’s Next For The Hulu Series
Spoiler Alert: This story contains lots of details of the Season 4 finale of The Handmaid’s Tale that launched tonight on Hulu.

Exclusive:“Under Her Eye.”

The spray paint on the side of a barn with the dead and beaten body of once powerful Commander Fred Waterford near the end of the Season 4 finale of The Handmaid’s Tale kind of subversively says it all.

After years of repeatedly raping women, subjecting almost everyone to his harsh theocratic and bureaucratic will and even punishing his own wife and partner-in-crime with a severed finger for supposed transgressions, the Joe Fiennes portrayed Waterford met his demise literally at the hands of Elisabeth Moss’ June Osborne and nearly two dozen other Handmaids in the Bruce Miller penned “The Wilderness” episode that dropped on Hulu tonight.

The Handmaid’s Tale has taught me so much, but I can’t wait to sit back and enjoy this show from another perspective,
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The Handmaid's Tale Season 4 Episode 8 Review: Testimony

The Handmaid's Tale Season 4 Episode 8 Review: Testimony
The time has finally come for the Waterfords to face the music.

This should be a joyous moment on The Handmaid's Tale Season 4 Episode 8, as we and June delight in the Waterfords getting their just desserts.

Unfortunately, the Waterfords' day in court wasn't everything June, or we hoped for.

To start with, it was harrowing watching June relive all of the torture and brutality she went through in Gilead.

This poor woman has been through so much over the past few years, and to have to relive all of the horrible events in their entirety, as she testified, must have been retraumatizing.

However, June faced the day like a champ and was cool, calm, and collected as she read her victim impact statement aloud to the International Criminal Court.

As June, Elizabeth Moss delivered a chilling and heartbreaking monologue that essentially acted as a three-minute-long recap of the past four seasons of the series.
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