Alexis Bledel eyes record-tying Emmy win for ‘The Handmaid’s Tale’

Alexis Bledel eyes record-tying Emmy win for ‘The Handmaid’s Tale’
Alexis Bledel is the early favorite to take home the Best Drama Guest Actress Emmy for “The Handmaid’s Tale,” a potential victory that would enter her in the record books. That’s because it would be her second award, which would put her in a seven-way tie for most wins in the category.

Bledel first won drama guest actress in 2017 for her performance as Emily on the first season of “Handmaid’s,” kicking off what would be a three-year reign in the category for the Hulu series. Her co-stars Samira Wiley and Cherry Jones prevailed in 2018 and ’19, respectively. Jones is one of the six people who’ve won the category twice; her other win was just last year for “Succession.” The other two-time champs are: Patricia Clarkson (“Six Feet Under,” 2002, ’06), Shirley Knight, Margo Martindale Amanda Plummer (“The Outer Limits,” 1996; “Law & Order: Special Victims Unit,” 2005) and Alfre Woodard (“L.A. Law,
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