Emmys: Why Elisabeth Moss & Sterling K. Brown Are Frontrunners to Repeat as Drama Winners — Screen Talk Emmy Edition
Episode 12: Could Ann Dowd also repeat, as supporting actress, and is it David Harbour's time to hop on stage — or are stranger things in the works?
Sterling K. Brown and Elisabeth Moss
Sterling K. Brown and Elisabeth Moss should probably invest in another living room shelf — they’re gonna need room for more
Emmys. Brown won the trophy last year for Outstanding Actor in a Drama, via his role on “This Is Us,” as Moss won her first Emmy, thanks to “The Handmaid’s Tale,” in the Outstanding Actress in a Drama category. Both are considered frontrunners to repeat those wins — although the competition is fierce, and there may always be spoilers.
The drama races for supporting actress, supporting actor, and guest actress and actor, are even more competitive in 2018. IndieWire editor-at-large Anne Thompson and executive editor Michael Schneider banter about the comedy acting categories in this week’s edition of
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