Samira Wiley Receives ‘Best Supporting Actress’ Nom For ‘The Handmaid’s Tale’ #Emmys

by Yah Yah

The 2017 Emmy Nominations are doing the rounds, and we approve of selections. After being snubbed by the Emmy’s last year for her sorrowful exit from the Netflix Original show, Orange Is The New Black, Samira Wiley returns with a nomination for Best Supporting Actress in Hulu‘s runaway hit series, A Handmaid’s Tale.

The eight-part series had the world on tenterhooks we all watched Offred and Wiley’s character Moira‘s captivating battle for freedom. A well-deserved nod.

Black-Ish also earned nominations for Best Comedy, as well as Tracee Ellis Ross for Best Actress, Comedy, and Anthony Anderson for Best Actor, Comedy.

Viola Davis nabbed the Best Actress, Drama nomination for How to Get Away with MurderUzo Aduba (Orange Is The New Black), Thandie Newton (Westworld) and Regina King (American Crime) all received nominations too! We’re rooting for all of them!

To see the full list of Emmy nominations, click here.

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