Succession actor Jeremy Strong, who plays Kendall Roy, has detailed what will happen on the series fight after winning a prize in the 2020 Emmy Awards.
After winning seven Emmy Awards on Sunday, including Best Drama Series and Lead Actor in a Drama Series for Jeremy Strong, one wonders what will happen about the third season of HBO’s Succession.
Strong appeared at the Emmys virtual backstage before tonight’s double-winning creator Jesse Armstrong and said that he is definitely ready to return for the third season.
“We’re hoping sometime this fall-winter as soon as things are safe. I know there’s plans in the works. I’m certainly ready to get back to it.”
Strong’s co-star Nicholas Braun, who was up for Best Supporting Actor, talked about the series and season third. He said:
“I think we’re going to start hopefully in a few months, hopefully by the end of the year.”
Armstrong also stated:
“The aim is necessary, overdue, cathartic when you see it happening. Our show is about a white family of billionaires, media moguls. There are some things we can do on the show and there some things we can’t. I think those ambitions you address over your career and over the number of things you work on.
There are places where we can show what America looks like in our show, the broader picture of America, and there are places where frankly that would not be reflecting reality if we made our central world more diverse than the higher echelons of corporate America are. So, that’s a difficult path to tread, but it’s one to be honest of that world.”
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