“The Chicago 7 Trial,” “The Crown,” and “Schitt’s Creek” were the biggest winners of the latest edition of the Screen Actors Guild Awards, which premiered last night at a pre-recorded ceremony.
Twenty-seventh. The annual awards ceremony was very different from the previous ones. The entire program has been shortened to one hour instead of two, including previously submitted monologues and speeches, according to the specialist website Variety.
“The Chicago Trial 7,” written and directed by Aaron Sorkin, and which tracks a group of anti-Vietnam War protesters accused of causing riots, is featured in the “Outstanding Performance” category.
Best Male Champion went to Chadwick Bosman in “The Mother of Blues” from Netflix by George C. Wolf that addresses the life of Ma Rainey, the black singer who first laid the foundations for classic blues, a role that earned him the award. For Best Lead Actress To Viola Davis.
The staff of a drama series went to “The Crown,” and the award for Best Male Performance in a Dramatic Series went to Jason Bateman in “Ozark” and the female performance in the same genre to Gillian Anderson in “The Crown.”