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The limited series/TV movie category is typically a crowded field, and while the SAGs followed their awards night predecessors' lead in recognizing actors from "The Assassination of Gianni Versace: American Crime Story" and Hugh Grant from "A Very British Scandal," Benedict Cumberbatch's "Patrick Melrose" from Showtime was shut out along with AMC's star-studded John le Carre adaptation "Little Drummer Girl." In their place, the guild recognized the cast of "Sharp Objects" as well as Bill Pullman in "The Sinner" and Anthony Hopkins in the BBC's production of "King Lear."

With one of the most universally recognized and respected voices, Morgan Freeman has cemented his status as one of Hollywood's finest actors. Who else could convincingly play a wearied detective ("Seven"), a deadly assassin ("Wanted") and God ("Bruce Almighty")?