Succession collected a big haul at the Critics’ Choice Awards, taking quite a few important trophies including ‘best drama series.
Sarah Snook won the award for best-supporting actress in a drama series whereas her co-star Kieran Culkin won best supporting actor in a drama series.
Kieran Culkin confirmed the news of the actress contracting coronavirus to the reporters stating that this is the reason she is missing from the awards. Sarah had attended the Directors’ Guild of America awards last Saturday.
“She’s okay. She’s stuck in a really nice hotel room with her husband who also has it. They are both feeling fine,” Culkin said.
“She just won an award, she’s fine,” Culkin continued.
Another Succession co-star Brian Cox jokingly stated “F**k Covid, she could have got here.”
He, later on, exclaimed that the Succession team would be heading towards the room of Sarah Snook to have an after party and celebrate the awards and check out, “which one gets tested for covid next.”
Succession has been a winner in almost all the award shows which have taken place lately. It continues its winning streak at the Critics’ Choice Awards as well.
Succession is in its third season right now and has won 9 Primetime Emmys while bagging a total of 23 nominations.
Another notable name which won big at the Critics’ Choice Awards was the Power of the dog that streamed on Netflix, end of 2021. It won the award for best picture, as well as best director.
Ted Lasso, was also a surprise winner taking home the awards for best comedy as well as best actor, supporting actress, and supporting actor in a comedy series.
Sarah Snook played Shiv Roy in Succession, which has been named as a career-defining role for her. It is termed as her best work to date. The HBO drama has worked as a comeback for her into the industry after appearing in a notable role in the Black Mirror back in 2016.