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“The Morning Show” wins more nominations, this time for the Actors Union (SAG) award

“The Morning Show” may not have been the darling of critics at the time of its debut, but it is the series that is bringing more prestige to the Apple TV + in this awards season. Last Monday, we highlight here the nominations that the production received for two of the most prestigious awards on TV, the Critics’ Choice Awards it’s the Golden Globe; now, another important award decided to recognize the series.

I mean the SAG Awards, an award granted by the union of actors, journalists, radio personalities and other media professions in the United States. It is an award focused on the acting categories and voted precisely by the actors and actresses in the industry, which gives a greater prestige to the whole thing.

“The Morning Show” won three nominations in the 2020 edition of the award – two of them in the same category. Steve Carell and Billy Crudup both were nominated in the category of Best Actor in a Drama Series, and will compete with Sterling K. Brown (“This Is Us”), Peter Dinklage (“Game of Thrones”) and David Harbor (“Stranger Things”).

The third indication is that Jennifer Aniston, which will compete in the Best Actress in a Drama Series. Your competitors will be Olivia Colman and Helena Bonham Carter (both from “The Crown”), Jodie Eating (“Killing Eve”) and Elisabeth Moss (“The Handmaid’s Tale”). Reese Witherspoon, who was nominated for a Golden Globe, was left out of the nominations here.

The SAG Awards 2020 will take place on January 19, a Sunday.

New videos

In the meantime, we have two new videos related to Apple TV + posted on the official channels of the platform. The first one is “The Bee”, a little featurette in “Dickinson” showing the process of creating the bee that accompanies the protagonist of the series in her wanderings. Check it out:

Emily Dickinson’s imagination has no boundaries. Meet Bee, a character created by Emily to keep her company in a world where no one seems to understand her.

The second video is very straightforward: posted on Apple’s Australian channel, “Where to Watch” quickly shows that you can watch Apple TV + on basically any screen you have – as long as you have access to the Apple TV app, of course.

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via The Loop