SAG Awards 2020: The Biggest Snubs and Surprises

The Screen Actors Guild Awards are always the first peer group ceremony of the new year, giving those who make films and television series the chance to celebrate each other.

Going into the 26th annual ceremony, which took place Jan.

19, the nominees were a mix of industry veterans and beloved favorite and some newer-comers, notably on the small screen side of the ballot.With 160,000 voting members, SAG is such a large organization that it can be hard to predict what they may celebrate in certain categories.

Both the film and television side of the ballot had seeming favorites and frontrunners going into the race — from “Once Upon a Time in Hollywood” and Renee Zellweger on the film side, to Amazon Prime Video’s “Fleabag” and Netflix’s “The Crown” for TV — but when that large a populace have a say in the results, anything can happen.Barring one massive surprise from “Parasite,

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