Sarah Snook recalls ‘emotional’ last day on Succession set left ‘everyone crying’
Posted by  badge Boss on Mar 25
Succession’s Sarah Snook has explained how emotional the last day on set was (Picture: Jesse Grant/Getty Images)

star Sarah Snook has explained how the very last day filming the series left everyone  ‘very emotional’.

On Monday, the of the satirical black-comedy drama will begin, with 10 episodes on their way before the show wraps up for good.

The cast have expressed , however Sarah, who plays Shiv Roy, has said they were once the reality hit.

Although the series finale was filmed out of order, they did sparked a lot of feelings for all on set.

‘We shot a scene that chronologically wasn’t the last scene of the episode, but was a scene that had a lot more playfulness and joy and silliness, kind of a sibling-ish play, and that was really fun to do as a last scene,’ she said.

‘I don’t know if it will make the show, because it’s pretty eccentric in some ways, but it was good to do as the last scene.

Sarah stars in the series alongside Jeremy Strong and Kieran Culkin (Picture: AP)

‘It was really meaningful, and everyone was crying, and clapping, and having all sorts of emotions and feelings, and it was all very sad. And happy as well,’ she told .

It wasn’t until preparations for the fourth season began that the cast said they were told this would be the last, with Sarah previously explaining she had felt a ‘huge sense of loss, disappointment, sadness’.

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But after revealing this week that she was with comedian husband Dave Lawson, she’s now said her focus is very much on her ‘very big project’.

‘I’m very fortunate in that I’m not [leaving] the best job I’ve ever done and then turning around into a vacuum of no work and unemployment,’ she also told the publication.

‘I’ve got a baby coming, so one door closes, another door flies itself wide open. [I am] quite happily moving on to the next thing.

Sarah revealed her baby bump at the Succession premiere earlier this week (Picture: Gregory Pace/Shutterstock)

‘I’ve got a pretty big [project] on my plate coming up, so I’m not entertaining anything else just yet.’

The actress had previously said she was ‘very upset’ when being told about the end of Succession, but that everything ‘has to come to an end’.

Succession returns to Sky Atlantic on Monday from 2am and will be available to stream on NOW.

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