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Sarah Snook’s First Show After ‘Succession’ Confirmed: Details On Her New Thriller ‘All Her Fault’

‘Succession’ concluded with its fourth season in May 2023.

Peacock recently hired Sarah Snook for the lead role, Marissa Irvine, in its upcoming suburban thriller series, ‘All Her Fault.’ Snook will also serve as an executive producer along with Megan Gallagher, according to Deadline.

Gallagher will write the script for the adaptation of Andrea Mara’s best-selling novel of the same name.

‘All Her Fault’ will open with Marissa arriving at 14 Arthur Avenue to pick up her son, Milo, from his first play date with a boy at his new school. She will soon find out that the woman answering the door is not a mother or nanny and doesn’t have Milo.

The Actress Will Work With The ‘3 Body Problem’ Director For The New Project

Sarah Snook last appeared on Theatre Royal Haymarket’s ‘The Picture of Dorian Gray’ in London. She received an Oliver Award for Best Actress in a Play for her performance.

The actress previously won an Emmy, two Golden Globes, and two Critics Choice Awards for her role as Shiv Roy in ‘Succession.’ She is now set to star in Minkie Spiro-directed episodes in the upcoming thriller show.

Spiro is also in the production team with Nigel Marchant, Gareth Neame and Joanna Strevens for Carnival Films, Jennifer Gabler Rawlings and Christine A. Sacani, producer Terry Gould, and author Andrea Mara.



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