Adweek Presents: Elisabeth Moss on Telling Inclusive Stories

The actress, director and producer also discusses filming Hulu's The Handmaid's Tale during the pandemic

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On this week’s episode of Adweek Presents…, we travel back to last April’s Convergent TV Summit where we hosted a fireside conversation with someone who is no stranger to the creative process behind productions.

With a career dating back to childhood, this actress/producer/director was catapulted to fame for her role in the critically acclaimed AMC series Mad Men, then subsequently starring in Hulu’s The Handmaid’s Tale, which is set to return for its fifth season later this year. Over the past four seasons, she has served as executive producer and star—and made her directorial debut last season.

Join Adweek’s former chief content officer Lisa Granatstein as she sits down with Elisabeth Moss to discuss the challenges of wearing many hats on set, her experience playing June Osborne, the future of entertainment and upcoming works from her production company, Love & Squalor Pictures.  

Take a look behind the scenes of one of the most successful shows on streaming when Adweek Presents… Elisabeth Moss. 

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