What Does SAG Snubbing ‘Succession’ Mean For HBO’s Prestige Drama Heir Apparent?

What Does SAG Snubbing ‘Succession’ Mean For HBO’s Prestige Drama Heir Apparent?
The Screen Actors Guild Awards nominations this morning managed to be simultaneously predictable and inexplicable, perhaps the most impressive and infuriating accomplishment in an awards season that continues to prove confounding. The guild, with more than 160,000 members, doubled-down on many of its favorite comedic performances, again embracing actors from Amazon Prime’s “The Marvelous Mrs. Maisel,” Netflix’s “The Kominsky Method,” and HBO’s “Barry,” while kicking the bulk of last year’s TV drama nominees to the curb, taking up instead with the new cast of Netflix’s “The Crown” and Apple TV+’s “The Morning Show.”

What’s more, the SAG nominations appeared to be interested in serving as a low-key corrective to Emmy Awards drama winners from only a few months earlier. Specifically, the winners for lead actor in a drama series and supporting actress in a drama series at the Emmys – Billy Porter (“Pose”) and Julia Garner
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