Succession‘s upcoming Season 4 will be its final one, according to The Hollywood Reporter. The creator of the series Jesse Armstrong has been toying with the ending of the hit series since after its second season in 2019, saying that he wanted the story to “go out sort of strong” and that’s exactly what will happen after Succession Season 4 comes out. The decision to end the series with its fourth season was made during a meeting in 2021.
One of the lead actors of the series Jesse Armstrong, said in an interview earlier this week that leaving the role of Kendall Roy would “feel like death, in a way,” when he was asked about the end of Succession. The death of Kendall Roy was just confirmed now and the last time we will ever see the Roy family again will be when its fourth and final season premiers on March 26. Succession also stars Brian Cox, Kieran Culkin, and Sarah Snook.
Marriage on the rocks, the business deal is tanking, and the children are banding against their father, it’s an all-out war in Season 4 of the brilliant HBO series Succession. The brilliant drama series is finally returning for its much-awaited fourth season in March. The upcoming season will see the Roy siblings together standing against their father and not giving in to his demands and also Tom (Matthew MacFadyen) contemplating what would happen if his and Shiv’s (Sarah Snook) marriage were to end.
Succession has earned 48 Primetime Emmy Awards nominations during its run of three seasons and it also won the Primetime Emmy Award for Outstanding Drama Series for two years in a row. So, while our farewell to Succession will surely be a somber one, the HBO series is definitely leaving some of the best television memories. Succession’s fourth and final season premieres on March 26 on HBO & HBO Max. So, read everything there is to know about the upcoming final season on our site. Check out the trailer and official synopsis for Season 4 below:
The sale of media conglomerate Waystar Royco to tech visionary Lukas Matsson (Alexander Skarsgård) moves ever closer. The prospect of this seismic sale provokes existential angst and familial division among the Roys as they anticipate what their lives will look like once the deal is complete. A power struggle ensues as the family weighs up a future where their cultural and political weight is severely curtailed.