Will this be the year Elisabeth Moss (‘The Handmaid’s Tale’) finally wins her first — yes, first — solo SAG Award?

Will this be the year Elisabeth Moss (‘The Handmaid’s Tale’) finally wins her first — yes, first — solo SAG Award?
Thirty-plus years into her career, Elisabeth Moss is still without an individual Screen Actors Guild Award. A 17-time nominee, she has won twice as part of the “Mad Men” ensemble (2009-10) but lost all seven of her solo nominations, of which she earned two for “Mad Men” and four for Hulu’s “The Handmaid’s Tale” for Best TV Drama Actress, and one for “Top of the Lake” (2014) for Best Limited Series/TV Movie Actress. Now contending for “Handmaid’s'” Season 5, will she finally be sent the good weather she has long deserved from SAG-AFTRA voters?

Securing the nomination might be the biggest hurdle for the actor, who faces stiff competition in the race for Best TV Drama Actress and is currently in eighth place in our combined odds. In pole position is Imelda Staunton, who will be taking over the role of the recently deceased Queen Elizabeth II
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