Emmys did create quite a lot of buzz in the internet recently. However, there won’t be any physical show this time. Everything would be held virtually and we can’t help it anyway. We would certainly miss the celebrities coming up on the red carpet with their wardrobe collections, but at the same time, it shall be a completely new experience to see them live, right from their living rooms. We are expecting to witness something new, and creative rather this time. Also, we got to know that they shall come straight out of their place, which means that their real time reactions need to be captured. Whatsoever, all of this is surely going to be a fun deal altogether, and HBO’s Succession has set up the expectations of the audiences even higher. Everyone seems to be curious about all that’s heading ahead.
Although Netflix did manage to win in 21 categories, HBO did successfully win 30 nominations in total. Sadly, it missed out on the Emmy Awards for the best drama and comedy. Well, before we dig deep, let me tell you about what this Succession is actually about! Well, this TV series is basically about a dysfunctional family that keeps a note of the media empire and has got a track record of winning the award for the “best drama” from the TV Academy on Sunday night. It has won the series for the fifth time now in a row of award shows being held for the last six years.
HBO’s Succession taking home the winner’s trophy
HBO’s Succession which particular deals with a fractious media family got the title of the “best drama series.” Jeremy Strong further worn the title of “the best actor” for playing the role of a downtrodden son. The creator in a recent speech said, “Un-thank you to the virus for keeping us all apart this year. Un-thank you to President Trump for his crummy and uncoordinated response. Un-thank you to (British Prime Minister) Boris Johnson and his government for doing the same in my country.”