Viola Davis, Jason Bateman & Other SAG Award Snubs & Surprises

Usually the SAG Awards are the first of the major peer groups to hand out statues in the new year, but 2021 is proving to be even more change-inducing than 2020.The 27th Annual SAG Awards were pushed a couple of times, first due to the ongoing Covid-19 pandemic and then when the Grammys decided to have their show on the same night SAG was planning to celebrate.

This led to the WGA Awards kicking things off, with PGA following soon after.But, the additional time did not seem to affect SAG ballot outcomes by much.

Netflix’s “The Crown” picked up its second consecutive drama series ensemble, for example, while “Schitt’s Creek” wrapped up its run with the SAG after nabbing an Emmy and a Golden Globe for its final season.

Additionally, Jason Sudeikis, Catherine O’Hara, Mark Ruffalo and Anya Taylor-Joy also followed their February Golden Globe wins for “Ted Lasso,

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