“Every show will compete against succession!” The hit HBO show was already tipped for Emmy glory after this dramatic development
- Spoiler alert: Massive spoilers for the third episode of the fourth season of Succession below
Since its debut five years ago, Succession has garnered 48 Emmy nominations and 13 wins.
But now fans and critics alike believe the show is leaning towards more Emmy glory after its shocking final episode.
Fans have been flooding Twitter with calls for a main cast nomination after watching Connor’s wedding, The final episode saw media mogul Logan Roy (Brian Cox) die suddenly on a plane.
“We apologize to every show that competes against SUCCESSION in literally any category at this year’s Emmys lol,” one fan tweeted.
“Everyone working on Succession got an Emmy tonight just so you all know,” another wrote.
‘Everyone in this succession episode deserves an Emmy’: Fans and critics alike think the show is headed for more Emmy glory after its shocking final episode.
Literally everyone in this #Succession episode deserves an Emmy. One fan noted that each individual performance is real, raw, and consistent with who these characters are.
One fan even claimed that Game Of Thrones’ legendary red wedding episode pales in comparison to Connor’s wedding.
Another fan posted, “Today’s episode of Succession is going to be one of the best TV episodes of all time.” “Red Wedding Who? Also give Roy’s entire family an Emmy’s. Absolutely incredible.”
Even actress Rachel Ziegler weighed in, writing, “Everyone working in Succession got an Emmy Award tonight just so you all know.”
Sarah Snook, in particular, has been praised by fans, even along with Kevin Fallon The Daily Beast I was impressed with her performance.
“It’s the line that absolutely blows me away, especially as delivered by Snook, who the internet decided definitely won an Emmy for her performance,” he wrote.
A fan cited the moment when Chef Roy (Snoke) tearfully spoke to her father on the phone as they tried to revive him on the plane.
“The way Sarah Snook engraved her name at the Emmy with that scene,” one fan tweeted.
Going for Gold Again: The show has already earned 48 Emmy nominations and 13 wins
The End of an Era: The final episode saw media mogul Logan Roy (Brian Cox) die suddenly on a plane.
‘Burn me out’: Sarah Snook, in particular, has been praised by fans, even The Daily Beast’s Kevin Fallon was moved by her performance
watch out! One fan insisted that the show would get nominations across the board
She knows her stuff! Even actress Rachel Ziegler exclaimed, “Everyone who works on Succession got an Emmy tonight just so you all know.”
Someone wrote with a GIF of Oprah Winfrey running over hot coals with encouragement from Tony Rubin:
All I can say is they better start melting down all of their current Emmy statues for 2023 and start working on making a big big f**king jumbo emmy for Sarah Snoke to say sorry for all the years they neglected to reward her incomparably fine work in succession “Sarah Snoke giant f**king Emmy,” wrote another, along with a photo of someone holding a giant Emmy statue.
diverse They referred to Cox as a “presumed Emmy contender” because they hypothesized how the cast could be nominated for an award.
“If you watched Sunday night’s dramatic third episode of this season’s ‘Succession,’ you witness the death of billionaire executive Logan Roy, portrayed by two-time lead actor nominee and presumed 2023 Emmy winner Brian Cox,” they wrote.
In light of the latest episode, the outlet has updated its list of Emmy nominee predictions. The show has received numerous ‘nominations’ across a slew of categories, with acting nods going to Jeremy Strong, Kieran Culkin, Cox and Snoke.
detour He also thinks the show will likely get more Emmy nods: “Assuming ‘Succession’ remains in the favours of Emmy voters — and there’s no reason to doubt otherwise, especially without the juggernaut that ‘Squid’ was to act as a spoiler — it seems safe to assume Another of the show’s performers, Basil, will be nominated again.