There’s a lot of great TV to view at this time, however the Handmaid’s Tale is absolutely never to be overlooked. Although the subject subject is heavy, it’s relevant, intriguing, and brilliantly acted.
And talking about brilliant performing, Lauren Graham just placed about Alexis Bledel’s first Emmy succeed. And our hearts are so full right now. As you know, Graham enjoyed Bledel’s mommy in Gilmore Women, therefore the two have a supplementary special background. The Creative Arts Emmys were earlier this Sunday (though they don’t air on TV until this coming weekend), and we experienced like proud parents after experiencing about Bledel’s get. The reputation is so absolutely deserved, and definitely a reason to tune in to the show if you haven’t already.
Here’s Graham’s tweet following the winners were released.
And, full disclosure, this is making us majorly nostalgic for the good old days of Rory and Lorelei. Can’t make it…their mother/daughter chemistry was just the best.
Another of Bledel’s Gilmore Girls costars, Keiko Agena, also tweeted a congratulatory concept.
Congratulations Alexis! https://t.co/m9DEMKk7gy
— KeikoAgena (@KeikoAgena) September 11, 2017
The Gilmore Girls support kept on arriving. Yanic Truesdale experienced it, too.
So proud of your Work and your Emmy win @alexisbledel thrilled that your poignant performance got recognized!!
— Yanic Truesdale (@YanicTruesdale) September 11, 2017
But back to The Handmaid’s Story.
Critically, Bledel’s role is so extreme and unlike anything we’ve seen her do before. We can’t imagine how challenging it must be on her behalf to interpret that difficult world, but she completely disappeared into the persona.
Emmy nominations also visited Ann Dowd, Elizabeth Moss, and Samira Wiley. Behind the scenes, the show attained nominations and wins for writing, directing, development design, and cinematography.
Now that we’ve made a solid circumstance for The Handmaid’s Story, it won’t harmed to binge on the few Gilmore Women episodes…right? It’s best to listen to Television set urges.