“It was the weirdest scene I have ever done in my career,” Elisabeth Moss said. She was referring to a key scene in the new Hulu series The Handmaid’s Tale. In the scene Moss wore a blood-red dress and a white bonnet as she lay splayed across a bed, her head in the lap of actress Yvonne Strahovski. A door slammed, and Joseph Fiennes walked in. Moss was playing Offred, a so-called Handmaid who is a breeder of children for the privileged.
Advice about how much sugar to include in your diet is offered by many public health organizations, but a new report, just published in the Annals of Internal Medicine, finds that the guidelines on sugar limits vary greatly and that many are not based on rock-solid evidence.
Viola Davis is having the kind of year that might entitle an actress to develop an attitude. She's in the third season of the hit ABC series ''How To Get Away with Murder" - which in 2015 earned her an Emmy for best actress in a dramatic series, the first such win for an African-American.