SuccessionLogan Roy likes Logan Roy to say that he won’t “f–k off”.
HBO’s Golden Globe– and Emmy-winning series has been renewed for a fourth season, the network confirmed on Oct. 26. The hit drama has been slated for another year after ratings skyrocketed since the latest chapter in the family drama premiered on Oct. 17.
Viewers love a good power struggle, especially the ongoing battle between son Kendall (Jeremy Strong) and patriarch Logan (Brian Cox) on the series. The bitter Roy family civil war is tense, with likely only one man—or woman—ending up on top.
“With every season of Succession. Jesse Armstrong“The Roy family continues to exceed our wildest expectations, drawing us deeper into their inner sanctum with indelible wisdom, humanity, precision.” Francesca OrsiThe show’s creator was described by Jeremy Sullivan, Executive Vice President of HBO Programming. “This season is undoubtedly no exemption, and we couldn’t feel more excited for all of the things in store in the next season.”
The Emmys for Outstanding Drama went to seven episodes of the second season, which aired in 2019.