Kieran Culkin still hasn’t seen the series finale of Succession, but that’s not because he doesn’t want to.
The actor, who played Roman Roy on the hit HBO Max show for four seasons, said earlier this week that he experienced technical difficulties while trying to watch the show’s final episode, and kind of gave up.
“I’m in Poland and I can’t log in to my Max account. It was an application issue,” Culkin said during a Q&A session with some of the cast earlier this week, via The Hollywood Reporter.
“Then I went on holiday, then after that I was like, uh, that was like three months ago. I want to go back and see it,” he added, describing what sounded like a very Roman-style move.
The series finale of this hit drama was aired on May 28 last year.J. Smith-Cameron and Kieran Culkin appear on stage at the Succession FYC Event at Paramount Pictures Studios on January 16 in Los Angeles.
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Although Culkin eventually found his application, he also finally got his due for his role as the youngest Roy brother.
The Father of the Bride” actor recently took home the Critics’ Choice Award for Best Actor in a Drama Series, and the Golden Globe for Best Performance by a Male Actor in a Television Series, Drama.
But it was Culkin’s most recent acceptance speech ― when he won Outstanding Lead Actor in a Drama Series at the Emmys this Monday ― that made the most headlines, for one very interesting reason.
In his speech, Culkin thanked his wife, Jazz Charton, “for sharing your life with me, and for giving me two wonderful children.”
“Kinsey Sioux and Wilder Wolf, I love you so much and so much,” Culkin said, calling out the couple’s two children.
“And Jazz, I want more,” Culkin said, as the crowd roared with laughter, and Charton smiled and covered his mouth. “You said – you said maybe! If I win! I really love you.”
Watch the sweet moment unfold below: