Elisabeth Moss is a fan of the Cubs and it's safe to say Joe Maddon is a fan of hers.
The Cubs manager is an avid viewer of Moss' hit show, "The Handmaid's Tale" and talked earlier this month about he is binge-watching it on Hulu.
Moss, meanwhile, is a big-time Cubs fan and actually had the show's costume department make her a Cubs bonnet:
The Los Angeles native and former "Mad Men" star was on "Late Night with Seth Meyers" on NBC Monday night and discussed her Cubs bonnet and fandom and how she channeled her angst and stress from watching the Cubs' recent postseason run into her acting career:
"A lot of — especially like the September-October portion of 'The Handmaid's Tale' filming — was my team [the Cubs] was in the playoffs and then was in the World Series," Moss said. "So most of my acting and emotional stress and anger and strife came from following the Cubs in the postseason."
During the Cubs' last homestand, Maddon said all the fantastic TV content has really cut into his reading time lately. When informed "The Handmaid's Tale" is also a book, the Cubs skipper sheepishly grinned and said, "It's easier to watch the show..." proving he truly is the everyman.
Moss was at Wrigley Field in 2012 to throw out the first pitch:
She also often flaunts her Cubs fandom on Instagram:
She even wore a Cubs hat to Yankee Stadium last August: