Succession solidified its reign when it took house the award for Outstanding Drama Series at the 74th annual Emmys. The HBO collection edged out some stiff competitors, together with the likes of Better Call Saul, Euphoria, Ozark, Severance, Squid Game, Stranger Things, and Yellowjackets. The award was accepted by showrunner Jesse Armstrong, who virtually stepped into controversial territory by making a joke about Queen Elizabeth II’s current dying and King Charles III’s ascension to the throne.
Upon accepting the Emmy, Armstrong began his speech with quip in regards to the succession drama over in his native England, joking there was extra voting concerned within the present’s Best Drama Emmy win than in King Charles III’s ascension. Succession star Brian Cox, who had simply been embracing Armstrong in a touching hug, suggested his boss, to “Keep it Royalist.”
Armstrong muttered, “Evidently extra voting in our profitable than King Charles…” and Cox interrupted, saying “Keep it Royalist, hold it Royalist.”
Armstrong stated, “I’m not saying we’re extra professional in our win than he’s,” earlier than he went on to present the standard well mannered thanks for the “great honor” of the Outstanding Drama Series Emmy.
Jesse Armstrong additionally received an award earlier within the night for Outstanding Writing For A Drama Series for his work on the the Succession Season 3 finale, “All the Bells Say.” Matthew MacFadyen took house the award for Best Supporting Actor for his portrayal of Tom Wambsgans.
The award was introduced by Selma Blair, who surprised in a beautiful black robe, full with matching cane. The actress obtained a standing ovation from the viewers in attendance. Blair, in fact, has been very open about her battle with a number of sclerosis or MS.
Succession Season 4 started filming this summer time in New York City with all the primary solid returning. Succession Season 4 will seemingly premiere on HBO and HBO Max in 2023.