Sarah Snook, left, Jeremy Strong and Brian Cox in “Succession.”(Graeme Hunter) By Times staff Sept. 18, 2020 5:15 PM PT Facebook Twitter Show more sharing options Share Close extra sharing options Facebook Twitter LinkedIn Email Copy Link URLCopied! Print Read The Times’ full coverage of “Succession,” nominated for best drama series at the 2020 Emmys. 1 Television Cousin Greg, Gerri and the ‘Succession’ gang sound off on HBO’s Emmy favorite HBO’s “Succession” is nominated for 18 Emmys in 2020, including drama series. Listen to our podcast interviews with the cast to learn how they tick. 2 Television ‘Succession’ cast dishes on key moments and, true to the show, one another “Succession” earned an astounding six acting nominations. Five of those cast members reveal the inner workings of key episodes. 3 Television Emmys 2020 drama predictions: A new ‘Succession’ plan to watch for “Succession” and “Ozark” each earned 18 Emmy nominations. But the choice for voters is clear. 4 Television Emmys 2020 drama acting preview: With ‘Thrones’ gone, an obvious ‘Succession’ plan Every Emmy race is up for grabs this year, with “Succession,” “Ozark” and “The Crown” vying for honors. 5 Television Emmy-nominated drama and comedy writers pinpoint the scene that made it all work ‘Schitt’s Creek,’ ‘Ozark,’ ‘The Crown’ and others all had key moments that earned Emmy nods. The writers explain them. 6 Television How to make stories that matter when ‘white Hollywood does not write our culture’ Cate Blanchett, Cynthia Erivo, Nicole Kidman, Regina King, Hugh Jackman, Sandra Oh, Jeremy Strong and Kerry Washington instill humanity in their roles first. 7 Television Don’t get it twisted: Kendall Roy’s ‘Succession’ rap is now on Spotify Kendall Roy’s (Jeremy Strong) infamous rap tribute to his business-mogul dad, Logan Roy (Brian Cox), on HBO’s “Succession” is now on Spotify and YouTube. 8 Television Brian Cox explains why ‘Succession’ resonates: Just look at our ‘ridiculous’ leaders Brian Cox, of HBO’s “Succession,” discusses why leaders like Donald Trump and Boris Johnson are worse than Logan Roy, the grizzled magnate he plays on TV. 9 Television ‘Succession’s’ Kieran Culkin on playing the terribly likable Roman Roy Some of the most lovable characters on television are the ones we love to hate. 10 Television Emmys 2020 drama series preview: Help us Baby Yoda, you’re our only hope “Succession” and “The Crown” are front-runners for the drama series Emmy, but don’t ignore “The Mandalorian.” 11 Television 12 TV shows you’ll need to watch to get ready for this year’s Emmys Peak TV is still peaking, which means Emmy season has officially begun. Here are 12 shows you need to watch to get ready for this year’s awards. 12 Television ‘Succession’s’ Matthew Macfadyen is far from Mr. Darcy now Many viewers of “Succession,” HBO’s meditation on family-owned media dynasties, find it hard to keep a straight face whenever the show’s scene-stealing character, Tom Wambsgans, is on-screen. 13 Television Brian Cox knows why ‘Succession’ reminds you of the Trumps: ‘It’s about entitlement’ Actor Brian Cox is having a major moment thanks to the success of HBO’s “Succession” and a starring role as Lyndon B. Johnson in “The Great Society,” now on Broadway. 14 Television ‘Fleabag.’ ‘Succession.’ ‘Pose.’ How the Emmys finally harnessed the power of ‘peak TV’ From a dominant night for Phoebe Waller-Bridge’s “Fleabag” to historic wins by Billy Porter and Jharrel Jerome, daring television prevailed at the 2019 Emmys. 15 Television That smirk in the ‘Succession’ finale? Brian Cox calls it a ‘look of triumph and disaster’ Actor Brian Cox explains that mysterious smile on Logan Roy’s face in the “Succession” finale. 16 Television ‘Succession’ star Nicholas Braun overwhelmed on Emmys purple carpet Fans lined up to take photos with"Succession” actor Nicholas Braun Sunday: “We’re at the Emmys, and there’s better people here,” he cracked. 17 Television Review: In HBO’s sharply written ‘Succession,’ corporate life is a brutal family affair In “Succession,” premiering Sunday on HBO, the formidable Brian Cox (“Churchill”) plays Logan Roy, the aging head of the “fifth-largest media conglomerate in the world.” 18 Television HBO’s ‘Succession’: All in the rich, powerful and dysfunctional family In the new HBO series “Succession,” premiering Sunday, Brian Cox plays Logan Roy, a lion-in-winter media tycoon with — how to put it — a succession problem.