Is the future of one prominent Succession cast member in jeopardy as we prepare for season 4 production later this year?
We of course understand any and all concern here, mostly because a big part of what makes this series so great is its cast. The last thing we want to see is anyone leave the metaphorical party early! Yet, we also wouldn’t be too concerned about the latest news surrounding J. Smith Cameron (Gerri), at least for the time being.
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According to a new report from Deadline, the actress has signed on to appear in American Tragedies: Waco – The Trials, the upcoming miniseries/follow-up to Waco that, per the official logline, “will explore the wide-ranging fallout following these events and the uneven scales of justice the surviving Branch Davidians faced. It will also delve into how the horrific events fueled the emerging ‘Patriot’ movement, which ultimately led to the most destructive act of domestic terrorism in U.S. history – the Oklahoma City bombing.” She is set to play the role of Lois Roden on the project, and joins a cast that includes David Constable of Billions fame, John Leguizamo, and many more.
Will this impact Cameron’s ability to play Gerri down the road? It’s unlikely. Production on Succession season 4 is still some time in the future, and we envision that her schedule will be worked out so that she can do both shows. There’s still so much for her Succession character to do, especially in the wake of the Roy family splintering off at the end of season 3. We just wish there was more news out there about it at present, but we’d be shocked if it premieres at any point in 2022.
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