Sandra Oh is this year’s winner of the Vulture TV Award for Best Actress. @IamSandraOh's role on #KillingEve anchors and exemplifies its pioneering qualities in ways that are both obvious and subtle https://t.co/Ftmqk15iny— Vulture (@vulture) June 30, 2018
-"Without Oh’s performance, the house collapses. She makes Eve make sense. She makes Killing Eve make sense."
-Edit: I'm so proud of Sandra Oh, & elated to see her get warranted recognition. But also irked after she waited years for another great role to arrive. May this lead to more leading roles/opportunities for her!
[Sandra Oh Emmy Clips SPOILERS]
He was really amazing, I was a bit shocked but this only further intrigued me for what he's going to do with Richie in It Part 2.
Bill Hader is this year's winner of the Vulture TV Award for Best Actor. His most recognizable role on #SNL and his current role on #Barry are an illustration of his range as an actor. Borrowing a phrase from Stefon: This performance has everything https://t.co/S0b32WfBEL— Vulture (@vulture) June 29, 2018
[His Emmy Clips (Spoiler if you have not watched the show yet!)]
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OP Question- Which performer on television gave a great performance worthy of an Emmy nomination or win? And which Emmy snub will be the most infuriating?