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Kieran Culkin and Dan Levy discuss the similar use of wealth on “Schitt’s Creek” and HBO’s “Succession” for “Variety Studios: Actors on Actors.” Levy says “Schitt’s Creek” is what would happen if the Roy family lost all of their wealth and was forced to start all over.

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