The actor, nominated for an Emmy Award, also imagines how the HBO series family would have lived through the pandemic.
The third season of ‘Succession’, which will record part of its episodes in New York, could begin filming in the fall.
No less than 18 Emmy Award nominations have been received for ‘Succession’, the HBO series about a family that owns a media emporium. And one of them has gone to Matthew Macfayden, who represents Tom Wambsgans and opts for the statuette for the first time. “I received the news in the supermarket, very unglamorous.” From The Hollywood Reporter, they have contacted the actor to get their first impressions of his candidacy and, incidentally, to find out what state the third season of fiction is in.
“We were going to start recording it in late April, in New York, but the pandemic has delayed everything until I hope fall. There is nothing certain because many series are being postponed to January. This changes from week to week and day today. Restrictions are approved, canceled. So it is being very difficult for producers. I cross my fingers, I really miss the series. But we will not start until we cannot work safely. It wouldn’t be nice to start and have to stop because the computer gets infected, ”he describes.
And, to imagine, how would the Roys have managed the pandemic? “Tom and Greg [Nicholas Braun] would be asymptomatic and infect all of Waystar. And Logan [Bryan Cox] would be protected, Maybe in some bunker in Geneva, ”he jokes.
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