Sarah Snook
The Emmy-winning HBO series concludes after its fourth season, but Jeremy Strong, Nicholas Braun, Brian Cox, and more stars have a slew of projects in the works.
The "Succession" star leads "The Handmaid's Tale" director Daina Reid's Australian horror movie that debuted at Sundance.
Bedtime for Bonzo
Mutually assured destruction starts to feel inevitable after a pre-election night nuclear event.
After death wrestling with ogres on top of an actual mountain, the Roys' B-roll brothers manage to bleed the Swede — but to what end?
The coronation demolition derby churned out an interim king ("and the other king!"), but that wasn't the only sudden sea change in "Honeymoon States."
Director Mark Mylod discusses turning a sadistic camera on the Roy siblings as they grapple with complex emotions trapped on a boat in New York Harbor.
"I went, 'Why the f**k would you say that?,'" Culkin recalled of Snook riffing him.
“I felt a huge sense of loss, disappointment and sadness," Snooks said. "It would have been nice to know at the beginning of the season."
"Succession" star Sarah Snook, Hugo Weaving, and Jemaine Clement also voice characters in the animated Hulu series, created by Michael Cusack.
Director and executive producer Mark Mylod looks back on the joys and challenges of shooting Season 3.
"If the world is going to be interested in a bunch of white dudes talking about business, and if I'm the only woman in that, then I'm likely to get sidelined."
Even more upsetting than "The Disruption," Episode 7 fills a lavish party with outsized expectations — knowing full well it can only end in catastrophe.
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