‘Succession’ Season 4 – Release date, cast, spoilers, more
Succession is a show that could – possibly – go on forever. It’s a show about the powerful people, especially the morally bankrupt Roy family, who run the media we consume every day from their ivory towers. The brilliance of Succession comes from its very roots; it’s about joking about things we understand and are all related to, and its characters, much like its spiritual predecessor Development stopped, are hilarious, often how completely disconnected they can be. But it also has a dramatic course of action, with events and cliffhangers that we really can’t wait to see resolved. It’s a good recipe. It works.
But nothing lasts forever, and something Well certainly does not last forever. Brian Cox, who plays SuccessionEvil media mogul Logan Roy said earlier this year that he was only considering Succession continue for 1 or 2 additional seasons beyond the currently airing Season 3. “I would say maybe two more series [seasons] and then I think we’re done ”, he said GQ United Kingdom. “It depends on how the writers feel. I know they have an end of the game. They haven’t told us what’s the end, but there is an end to it. So that’s just the way they get to that endgame, whether it takes a series or two. “
Now, okay, it’s Cox saying that. As fantastic as he is on the show like Logan, he’s not the one who decides when the show is going to end, continue, or what will happen. It’s up to showrunner Jesse Armstrong and the rest of the Succession editorial team. But I digress we’ll see what will happen in the rest of Succession Season 3 (so far there are only two episodes left in the shortened 9-episode third season).
But we should at least have a little idea of the future of the series.
Will there be a season 4 of Succession?
There certainly will be. HBO officially confirmed the show’s return on October 26, 2021, just weeks after Season 3 aired.
“With each season of SUCCESSION, Jesse Armstrong has continued to exceed our wildest expectations, pulling us deeper into the inner sanctum of the Roy family with indelible wit, humanity and precision.” Francesca Orsi, executive vice president of programming for HBO, said in a press release. “This season is definitely no exception, and we couldn’t be more excited for everything that lies ahead for the next season ahead.”
So you don’t have to worry, the show will go on, indeed.
Who will be in the cast?
We’ll see what happens at the end of Season 3. But for now, it’s reasonable to expect all of our major cast to return. This means that Brian Cox, Jeremy Strong, Matthew McFadyen, Sarah Snook, Nicholaus Braun, Alan Ruck, J. Smith Cameron, Peter Friedman, David Rasche, Justine Lupe and the rest of the show’s extended cast can all reasonably be expected to play a game.
It’s, you know, assuming someone like Tom (Macfadyen) or Greg (Braun) doesn’t end up, uh, going to jail. Which has been solidly on the table throughout the season. But then again, who can say that would mean the end of their time on the show? We are in play for Orange is the new black: Cousin Greg Edition, law?
It is also possible that a key figure may die. It’s not really the kind of show that Succession is, but Season 2 had a huge cliffhanger twist, and this season may feel like trying to outdo it. We’ve already seen Logan have health issues this season, could he be in trouble? Or could it be a red herring for someone else’s untimely demise?
What will season 4 of Succession wear on?
Again, it’s hard to say without seeing how Season 3 plays out. But we can be sure of one thing: there will be quite a few rich, small, powerful people. And they will be mean to each other. And they’ll grab whatever media conglomerate power they can get.
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