A SundanceTV Original Series
Starring Maggie Gyllenhaal (Secretary), Stephen Rea (The Crying Game) and Janet McTeer (Damages)

Critics Applaud “THE HONORABLE WOMAN”, Maggie Gyllenhaal Earns Award Nods

THE HONORABLE WOMAN continues to gather acclaim from critics at Huff Po, The Hollywood Reporter and IGN, who are repeatedly citing the “scintillating” series as one of the best of the year. Maggie Gyllenhaal, for her part, has lauded by none less than the Screen Actors Guild with a nomination for the Best Performance by a Female Actor in the TV movie/miniseries category and by the Hollywood Foreign Press Association with a Golden Globe Award nomination for Best Actress in a Television Movie or Miniseries.

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The Screen Actors Guild nominates Maggie Gyllenhaal for this year’s SAG award for the Best Performance by a Female Actor in the TV movie/miniseries category.

Series star Maggie Gyllenhaal is nominated for a Golden Globe Award for Best Actress in a Television Movie or Miniseries for portraying Nessa Stein.

IGN‘s Matt Fowler calls THE HONORABLE WOMAN one of the year’s best series, applauding the fact that “each episode chang[es] the course of the 8-part story in fascinating, unexpected ways.”

The Huffington Post highlights THE HONORABLE WOMAN as a sterling example of feminist television, praising the “incredibly timely and incredibly smart” series for its complex, politically active characters.

Jewish Journal reviews THE HONORABLE WOMAN in retrospect, raving about the series it calls “as riveting as Homeland but decidedly smarter.”

marie claire ”can’t stop talking about THE HONORABLE WOMAN”, which it calls “undoubtedly one of those shows where you’ll find yourself muttering ‘just one more episode’ at 1a.m.” as well as “the most stylish TV series ever.”

The Hollywood Reporter profiles TV super-producer Howard Gordon (Homeland, 24), who singles out THE HONORABLE WOMAN as the series he refuses to miss.

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