The Roy family’s return to our covers is finally happening, with Succession season 3 landing a premiere date. The next season of this show will come out in October 2021. This was delayed because there was a COVID-19 pandemic.
The show shared the information on Twitter with a fresh picture of Brian Cox as Logan Roy. October. A new trailer for Succession season 3 was released. It showed the lines being drawn after last season.
People who haven’t been around for a long time are returning to the fold. These people are Logan Cox, Jeremy Strong, Sarah Snook and Kieran Culkin. Nicholas Braun and Matthew Macfadyen also returned.
This time around, papas will be joined by Peaky Blinders actor Adrien Brody. He will play Josh Aaronson, who is a billionaire activist investor. He becomes important in the battle for ownership of Waystar.
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The producer, Georgia Pritchett, said that the show would end after five seasons.
She said she thinks the maximum could be five seasons, but it might be more like four.
They are near the end of filming season 3, so they will film one more season for sure. Jesse Armstrong says that every time. They have a good ending in sight.
On October 8, Succession will come back on HBO in the US and Sky Atlantic and NOW in the UK.
Succession season 3: Cast
The cast of Succession season 3 has been announced, and it’s bubbling with talent. It’s not an entirely unfamiliar cast for UK viewers, with Adrien Brody (Peaky Blinders), Alexander Skarsgård (Big Little Lies), and Linda Emond (Maniac) all having appeared in British shows in the past. However, there are also newcomers to UK screens in the form of Jihae, Dasha Nekrasova and Ella Rumpf.
Indeed, the biggest casting coup is that actress Sanaa Lathan – who played Bette Porter in The L Word – will be joining the show as Sandi Furness, daughter of Sandy Furness. Hope Davis joins her as Sandy’s daughter, who is game for some drama.
There are also new characters joining the fold this series, including Josh Aaronson (Adrien Brody), a billionaire activist investor who becomes pivotal in the battle for the ownership of Waystar Royco; Tom Wamsgans (Matthew Macfadyen), Roman’s most trusted confidant and die-hard Roy loyalist; Cousin Greg (Nicholas Braun), Kendall’s charming, entitled ex-husband; and Adam Wexler (Harris Yulin), an ageing financier with ties to Logan’s past.
Succession season 3 will continue its exploration of greed and power when it returns with another batch of 10 episodes later this year! The Emmy-winning drama, created by Oscar-nominated writer Jesse Armstrong (In the Loop), is an epic tale of family and empire, set against a fictional media conglomerate.
The Roys are back! Succession season 3 will debut later this year on Sky Atlantic in the UK and HBO in 2019. US viewers can watch it on Now TV, which offers one month’s free trial to new members.
Succession Season 3 – When Is It On?
According to Deadline, ‘Succession’ season three is set for release on Sunday, August 10th at 9 pm EST/8 pm CST/10 pm PST. The first two seasons aired here on Saturdays at 10:30 pm BST, but because of Sky’s change, the new season will air earlier in the week. This means that UK fans should expect to see it on Wednesday, August 13th at 10 pm BST.
Succession Season 3 – Sneak Peek
HBO has released a series of clips from ‘Succession’ episode three, which you can watch below! They begin by showing us what Shiv gets up to while Kendall is away in India, although she isn’t exactly excited about being left alone with her father’s terrible friends. Elsewhere there are snippets of Tom trying to get under Logan’s skin and some hellish dinner parties involving Jeremy Strong’s character Waystar Royco CEO Roman Roy.
“It’s an emotional roller coaster,” Armstrong said the show. “When we last left off, Kendall and Shiv were in a car together . . . It’s not going to end well for either of them.”
Succession Season 3: Plot
Succession season three will focus on the Roy children’s attempts to save themselves after their father Logan (Brian Cox) decides to sell the company. They are each desperate to prove that they should be his successor, but none can match up to Roman (Kieran Culkin), who runs Waystar Royco with all the ruthlessness of an American Psycho CEO. The series is thought to have been inspired by the Murdoch family saga at Fox News, which led Trump supporter Rupert Murdoch to proclaim it “funnier than people might expect.” He added: “It’s not all true, but it certainly seems true.”