Christina Applegate attends Critics’ Choice Awards after MS diagnosis – The Hollywood Reporter
Christina Applegate’s return to the show will be a memorable one at the Critics Choice Awards on Sunday.
The Bad mothers actress, who was nominated for best actress in a Netflix comedy series die with me, is set to attend an awards ceremony for the first time since being diagnosed with multiple sclerosis. Applegate has received two Critics’ Choice Award nominations previously for her performance on the show.
On Thursday, Applegate took to Twitter to share his thoughts on the big night, write, “So this Sunday will be the first award show I attend since 2019. And the first since MS. WORRIED! But thanks to @CriticsChoice for including me.”
In August 2021, Married…have kids star reveals her MS diagnosis. At the time, the Netflix show was halfway through production for its third and final season. When Applegate began treatment, the show went on hiatus for 5 months, but the crew and team eventually got back together to complete the show at Applegate’s request.
“Christina wanted to end the season, she wanted us to tell the story, and she wanted to be able to give that gift to the audience,” said creator Liz Feldman. hollywood reporter at the premiere of season three in November, “She wanted to end it and she wanted to let us finish, so we did it on her terms and I’m incredibly proud of it.” its fruit.”
The dark comedy follows a recently widowed real estate agent, Jen (Applegate), and a free spirit with a shocking secret, Judy (Linda Cardellini). The two forge an unlikely friendship after meeting at a grieving support group, and both face personal difficulties. At the same time, Jen works to uncover Judy’s secret and get answers about her husband’s death.
Applegate also expressed gratitude to SAG-AFTRA on Wednesday after being nominated for the SAG Award for Outstanding Performance by an Actress in a Comedy Series for die with me. “Thank you @SAGawards for this nomination today!” she said on Twitter. “I am proud to be a member of this union since 1975. I have had an extremely difficult year and today it makes me smile. So much love for my peers and my sweet Jean Smart and the other incredible women I walk alongside.
The last season of die with me currently streaming on Netflix.