Release date, trailer, cast and news for Season 3 of “Succession”
the Succession The drought that has plagued HBO since October 2019 will finally end this fall, when the acclaimed drama series returns for a third season, and with it Roy’s looming civil war. If, like me, the only image etched in your mind several months ago is Kendall Roy putting on an “L OG 50” baseball jersey and rapping, “Bro, don’t twist it, I’ve been through hell. / But since I am a dad, I am alive and in good health ”, then you will indulge with pleasure in a brief recap.
The last time we saw the Roy family, Patriarch Logan was acknowledging his son Kendall’s blood sacrifice with a subtle and perfect smirk. Kendall, once the child most desperately desperate for his father’s approval, turns on him with striking cruelty in a press conference in which he is supposed to take responsibility for his father’s corruption. Family-owned Waystar RoyCo is in hot water following a cruise ship scandal and several subsequent cover-ups, including one thanks to cousin Greg, who notably kept copies of documents accused in case the family throws him under the bus. . But it was Kendall who was ultimately chosen to wear the crown of thorns, and he walks up to the microphone to endure his punishment, his stone expression betraying no anger. But once he sits down to talk he is a game changer.
“The truth is that my father is a malignant presence, a tyrant and a liar, and he was fully personally aware of these events for many years,” he told reporters. “… My father keeps a watchful eye on every square inch of his empire, and the idea that he would have allowed millions of dollars in settlements and compensation to be paid without his explicit approval is utterly fanciful.”
Too bad for daddy stanning, eh?
“I think it’s the day his reign ends,” Kendall concludes, and Logan responds to his message on the family yacht with that now infamous smirk. Whether it is approval or greed for a well-met challenge remains to be seen. Here is what we know from the following Succession saga.
When will the new season air?
There is no official release date set yet, but HBO Content Manager Casey Bloys has confirmed that the season will begin this fall, per The envelope.
The official description for the next chapter reads: “Ambushed by his rebellious son Kendall at the end of Season 2, Logan Roy begins Season 3 in a perilous position. Striving to secure family, political and financial alliances, tensions mount as a bitter corporate battle threatens to turn into a family civil war. “
Who is in the cast?
The more familiar faces are confirmed to return, including Bryan Cox, Jeremy Strong, Sarah Snook, Kieran Culkin, Nicholas Braun, Alan Ruck and Matthew Macfayden. In addition, three previous guest stars have been replaced by regulars of the series: Justine Lupe, David Rasche and Hugo Baker.
But there will also be new contenders to watch out for. A quick overview:
- Sanaa Lathan (The case, Fire) will join as Lisa Arthur, a prominent and well-connected New York lawyer, through Deadline. She is likely to be hired by Team Logan or Team Kendall to handle the fallout from the press conference.
- K-pop singer Jihae Kim will take on Berry Schneider, a public relations consultant – again a likely tool for damage control after the press conference.
- Linda Émond (Golden age, Madam Secretary) is set to play Michelle-Anne Vanderhoven, a senior White House assistant, an interesting casting announcement, given that it indicates new political tangles for the Roys.
- Hope Davis (Your Honor) will tackle the role of Sandi Furness, daughter of Logan’s rival, whom you may remember also named Sandy. (But with a “y”, of course.)
- Alexandre Skarsgård (Big little lies, The stall) will play the role of Lukas Matsson, described as “a successful and confrontational founder and CEO of technology,” according to Variety.
- Adrien Brody (Peaky Blinders) officially joined the cast in May, when Variety announced he would play Josh Aaronson, “a billionaire activist investor who is becoming central in the battle for Waystar ownership.”
Is there a trailer?
There’s a short teaser, but it has enough juicy nuggets to wake up the fan theory machine. On July 6, HBO released the 1 minute and 13 second clip, which features lines as delicious as “The Revolution Will Be Televised!” and “Logan is going to shoot a million poisonous spiders on your cock.” Watch the full video below.
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Will the location expand beyond the United States?
It looks like it. New York will always be a large reception base for the Roy clan, but the scripts seem to be heading overseas. In an interview with Deadline, SuccessionWriter and executive co-producer Lucy Prebble revealed in November 2019 that the scripts will likely bring in countries outside of the United States. “There is also a lot of talk about becoming more international than we have done before, as it relates to the relationship between the media industry and international countries,” she said. “The way international countries contribute, control and fund the media in a way that is not spoken as clearly as it should be.”
Sure enough, Kieran Culkin revealed to Collider in July 2021 that he was in Italy to shoot the series. “We’re about to shoot the last two episodes here,” he said, “and I don’t think I can tell you anything. [else]. ”
How many more seasons will there be?
The series will likely end after four or five seasons, now that a recent interview with Succession Writer Georgia Pritchett has revealed there is an “end in sight”.
“We’re at the end of shooting season three, so at this point [creator Jesse Armstrong] just say one more, ”she said. Time from London. “But it happens every time.”
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