Baby Yoda - and 'The Mandalorian' - won an Emmy

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Millions of "Scandal" devotees felt some kind of way that the franchise star, Kerry Washington, never took home an Emmy Award for her riveting portrayal of a Washington insider for seven seasons.

Earning a staggering 15 nominations, the hit sci-fi series starring Pedro Pascal as the titular bounty hunter bagged 5 major awards, including Outstanding Special Visual Effects, and Outstanding Cinematography, Outstanding Sound Mixing, Outstanding Sound Editing, and Outstanding Production Design at the Creative Arts Emmys.

This may not be Washington's only 2020 Emmy win. "So proud of @simpsonstreet and this incredible cast and crew".

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Last year, Washington actually starred in the first installment of the series? a live special about "The Jeffersons", in which she played Helen Willis.

This year, she's also been nominated for Outstanding Lead Actress in a Limited Series or Movie for Little Fires Everywhere. Little Fires Everywhere is nominated for Outstanding Limited Series while American Son is nominated for Outstanding Television Movie.

"Thank you for this wonderful creative family. To everyone who fell in love with these characters and identified with the stories, and to everyone who worked on these shows and put their FULL hearts and souls into making something brilliant and important...thank you". She also received two nominations in 2016 for Confirmation. It led a solid showing for Disney+, matching the totals for HBO (between Watchmen and Succession) - and giving the streaming service, which launched in November 2019, its first Emmy wins. She writes about intersectionality, hip-hop, pop culture, queer issues, race, feminism, and her truth.

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