"Succession" somehow makes the high-stakes machinations of self-centered, awful, filthy rich people a whole lot of fun. Like "Billions," it feels like a series narrowly calibrated to the times, while offering juicy parallels to the life and career of Rupert Murdoch, capturing the Fox mogul -- in spirit, not specifics or details -- in a way another just-ending drama featuring him couldn't. > read whole article

Related Links

  1. Congolese fashion designer goes virtual as virus hits runway shows - WHTC News
  2. Short Takes: Onward With 'Collective Action,' Virtual Fashion Shows - WWD
  3. Families of Aurora theater shooting victims ask movie studio to take action ahead of 'Joker' release
  4. The Harvey Weinstein judge has barred media from hearing arguments about whether other allegations can be heard at trial
  5. The art of community - Herald-Mail Media
  6. Celebrities find ways to amuse us on social media while we all social distance
  7. Media software maker Plex launches new subscriber-only apps for music and server management - TechCrunch
  8. Coleman Professional Services Art Event Postponed Again – WKTN- A division of Home Town Media - WKTN Radio
  9. The best shows, movies and tunes to stave off winter boredom - New York Post
  10. 'Jeopardy!' contestant ties for the 2nd longest winning streak in the show's history