"Succession" author taunts British royals at Emmys
The TV satire "Succession" is about intrigues in a declining media dynasty. The author used the appearance at the Emmy Awards to dish out against the British Royals.
At the award of Emmy Awards in Los Angeles one of the distinguished against the British royals and the automatic succession of Charles III. teased.
British screenwriter Jesse Armstrong, who won the award for the media satire "Succession", said in his acceptance speech: "Obviously there were a little more votes involved in our victory than with Prince Charles." It is an important week for Britain for "Successions" (succession arrangements)," Armstrong explained ambiguously. The TV series is about intrigue in a declining media dynasty.
Daily Mail report