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AUGUST 12, 2019
Inside Succession Season Two
The latest edition of Vanity Fair’s Still Watching podcast is all about Succession, the genre-defying HBO series (is it a very dark comedy? A very funny drama?) that returned for its second season Sunday night. After a relatively subdued debut, the show got viewers and critics buzzing last summer as it slowly evolved into a must-watch—and according to Still Watching host Joanna Robinson, its sophomore go-round puts to rest any question of whether Jesse Armstrong’s surprise hit can recapture lightning in a bottle. Part of the show’s allure lies in the way it twists real headlines and scandals into its fictional universe, which follows the foibles of an ultra-rich family with a booming media business—not the Murdochs, but also, not not the Murdochs. For a deep dive into the episode itself, listen to the latest episode of the podcast itself; for a detailed list of the real-life happenings that seem to have inspired events that unfold in the premiere, find Robinson’s rundown below.
Elsewhere in HWD, Julie Miller chats with Successionstar Nicholas Braun about Cousin Greg and Braun’s beautiful behind-the-scenes photo diary; Joy Pressinterviews the Israeli-Palestinian writing team behind HBO’s new series Our Boys;Laura Bradley previews Apple TV’s mysterious series The Morning Show, starring Reese Witherspoon, Jennifer Aniston, and Steve Carell; and Kevin Fitzpatrick breaks down what happened to The Hunt, the controversial thriller Universal decided to pull from theaters following a right-wing uproar.