Sarah Snook Has Her First Post-'Succession' TV Series

After five seasons navigating the world of ultra-wealthy Manhattan and other locales on HBO’s Succession, Sarah Snook is headed to the suburbs.

Snook has set her first TV role following the end of Succession, signing on to star in and executive produce a thriller called All Her Fault at Peacock. The series, which Peacock ordered in February, is based on a best-selling novel by Andrea Mara.

The description of All Her Fault reads, “Marissa Irvine (Snook) arrives at 14 Arthur Avenue, expecting to pick up her young son Milo from his first playdate with a boy at his new school. But the woman who answers the door isn’t a mother she recognizes. She isn’t the nanny. She doesn’t have Milo. And so begins every parent’s worst nightmare.”

Snook was nominated for three Emmys for playing Shiv Roy on Succession, winning the award for lead actress in a drama for the show’s final season. She also has two Golden Globes for the role and shared in the cast’s two SAG Awards victories for best ensemble in a drama series.

All Her Fault comes from Universal Studio Group’s Universal International Studio. Megan Gallagher (the BBC’s Wolf) created the series and executive produces with Snook; Nigel Marchant, Gareth Neame and Joanna Strevens of Carnival Films; Jennifer Gabler Rawlings; Christine A. Sacani; and Minkie Spiro, who will direct the series premiere and other episodes. 

Snook is repped by UTA and Omni Artists Ltd.

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