Third time’s the charm: ‘Succession’ cast predicted to break their SAG Awards curse

Third time’s the charm: ‘Succession’ cast predicted to break their SAG Awards curse
The Roys are coming for the Screen Actors Guild. “Succession,” the popular HBO drama about the inner workings of a wealthy, dysfunctional family that owns and operates a major media conglomerate, is the current favorite to win the TV drama ensemble honor at the 28th Annual Screen Actors Guild Awards, which will be held in February. The show sits in first place in Gold Derby’s combined odds, which is surprising only because the guild has yet to acknowledge the show even exists.

Created by Jesse Armstrong, “Succession” was lauded by critics in its first season but really started to break out in Season 2. It won big at the 2020 Emmys, Golden Globes, Critics Choice Awards, Producers Guild Awards, Writers Guild Awards and Television Critics Association (it lost to “Watchmen” at the Directors Guild Awards but won there for its first season). Brian Cox won a Golden Globe, while Jeremy Strong
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