Negative record for The Handmaid’s Tale: it became the series with the most losses at the Emmys

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The Handmaid’s TaleThe Hulu series based on Margaret Atwood’s novel of the same name, became one of the best dramas and most decorated in 2017 with its first season. However, with the passage of time and the new deliveries, added to other productions that were released, it was left aside in the great Prizes, like last night at the 2021 Emmys, where he got a negative record.

In the 73rd edition of the Academy of Television Arts and Sciences Awards, which culminated on Sunday night, were present thanks to its fourth season, which can be seen on the Paramount + platform. Best Series, Best Leading Actress, Best Supporting Actor, Best Supporting Actress, Best Direction and Best Screenplay were some of the important triples.

In total the show received 21 nominations, but none were won. and in this way they made the sad record for obtaining most Emmy losses in a single year. Previously this negative recognition belonged to Mad Men for his 17 candidacies in 2012 when the statuettes escaped in front of Homeland and Breaking Bad.




On this occasion the great executioners were The Crown, who took the seven prizes for which they competed at night, in addition to the other four that they took in the Primetime, in the technical aspects, to add a total 11 figurines. The award to Best Drama Series, as well as the awards of Olivia Colman, Josh O’Connor y Gillian Anderson.

While it is not possible to predict what may happen, some fans of The Handmaid’s Tale they believed in the previous one that it was not going to be a pleasant night. The main arguments pointed to a poor fourth season, where the scripts weren’t satisfactory enough for them. Without a doubt it is one of the most emblematic falls of the Emmy Awards, considering that in 2017 they swept.

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