"The Handmaid & # 39; s Tale" defends his Emmy government

"The Handmaid & # 39; s Tale" defends his Emmy government

Los Angeles.- The winter came first with the Emmy & # 39; s: it is Game of Thrones that returns to the competition that wants to raze, though The Handmaid & # 39; s Tale is not willing to give ground.

Based on the novel by Margaret Atwood The story of the maid, the series about a theocratic regime in which women are subjected to their reproductive role, draws the attention of the United States on the screen, while in the streets defenders of women's rights protest after the recent appointment of an ultraconservative judge at the Supreme Court by President Donald Trump .

The Handmaid & # 39; s Tale (Hulu) received 20 nominations and has already completed three images, including the best guest actress for Samira Wiley, at an Emmy award event prior to the gala this Monday in Los Angeles, where the main categories will be announced.

"I think he will win The Handmaid & # 39; s Tale for the moment we're living, it's about a lot of worries people now have, I think it's going to be their year, "Tim Gray, editor-in-chief of" Variety "told AFP.

The Gold Derby predicts situcations. Not only the winner for the second consecutive year of the biggest prize of the night, the best drama series, but also the protagonist, Elisabeth Moss, who extended her title as best actress and in two other categories.

Game of Thrones (HBO) did not participate in the latest edition of the Emmy & # 39; s because the seventh season premiered in July 2017, after the deadline for nominations for those who were considered Oscar of television as closed.

The series of medieval fantasies about noble families in dispute for the control of the Seven Kingdoms comes Monday to the ceremony with four figurines of this edition, including the best design of costumes, special effects and music. Some specialists agree that it will not win in the categories acting, direction and script.

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