There was no bigger loser at the 2021 Emmys than ‘The Handmaid’s Tale’
Huluof “The Handmaid’s Tale” went to primetime Sunday night Emmy Awards With 21 nominations, it finished third behind “The Crown”, which had 24 nominations, and “WandaVision” with 23. But after last weekend’s Creative Arts amy And in Sunday night’s ceremony, the 15-time Emmy winner was out for 21 for 21, setting the record for most Emmy losses in a single year.
“The Handmaid’s Tale” bested AMC’s “Mad Men,” which earned 17 Emmy nominations in 2012, winning none.
“Northern Exposure” and “The Larry Sanders Show” have also been vacated over the years, dropping to 16 in 1993 and 1997, respectively.
Elisabeth Moss-Fronted “The Handmaid’s Tale” is heading towards its fifth season and the team behind the dystopian series is in talks with Hulu about whether to end it with Season 5 or continue it.
“The success of ‘The Handmaid’s Tale’ is paramount to us,” Jordan Hellman, Head of Scripted Originals at Hulu, told Deadline last month. “That said, what’s most important to us is that we close out the show in a creative fashion that feels organic so we’re in constant communication, literally right now, talking with Bruce. [Miller]MILF Lizzie [Moss] and warren [Littlefield]What’s the best way to end ‘The Handmaid’s Tale’. We haven’t arrived at an answer… I think we’ll be able to answer that question in the coming months.”
Produced by Miller, based on the novel by Margaret Atwood, “The Handmaid’s Tale” is executive produced by Miller, Warren Littlefield, Moss, Daniel Wilson, Fran Sears, Eileen Chaiken, Eric Tuchman, John Webber, Sheila Hawkin and Frank Siracusa.