Samira Wiley

  • Emmy Awards 2018: this is what got bleeped out of Thandie Newton’s speech
    People

    Emmy Awards 2018: this is what got bleeped out of Thandie Newton’s speech

    The Westworld actress was censored when she stepped up to collect the gong for Best Supporting Actress in a Drama – but what did she say?

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    Kayleigh Dray
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  • Aunt Lydia in The Handmaid's Tale
    Long Reads

    The Handmaid’s Tale recap: the four little words that changed everything

    Is Aunt Lydia secretly a good person?

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    Kayleigh Dray
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  • Alexis Bledel and Samira Wiley in The Handmaid's Tale
    Life

    The Handmaid’s Tale stars share powerful stories about sexual violence

    “This is not fiction. These are real stories from real women.”

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    Kayleigh Dray
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  • Life

    The Handmaid’s Tale 2 trailer has landed – and what the actual f**k?

    “Shut your mouth, be a good girl, roll over and spread your legs…”

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    Kayleigh Dray
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  • Books

    Everything we learned from The Handmaid’s Tale 2 trailer

    It looks even more harrowing than the first series…

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    Kayleigh Dray
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  • People

    Handmaid’s Tale, Westworld and Big Little Lies sweep Emmy nominations

    But some have noted a gender gap in behind-the-scenes categories

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    Amy Swales
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  • People

    Samira Wiley and Margaret Atwood’s friendship sounds perfect

    We want to be in their gang

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    Moya Crockett
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  • Fashion

    Elisabeth Moss' secret tribute to The Handmaid’s Tale on red carpet

    Did you spot her outfit’s hidden symbolism?

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    Kayleigh Dray
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  • Books

    Margaret Atwood has penned a brand-new ending for The Handmaid’s Tale

    And she’s hinted at a sequel, too…

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    Kayleigh Dray
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  • Books

    Watch the chilling first trailer for The Handmaid’s Tale

    The upcoming adaptation of Margaret Atwood’s novel has never felt more relevant

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    Kayleigh Dray
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