Succession Season 3 Release Date, Cast & Plot
Popular American satirical comedy-drama television series Succession is set to make a comeback with season 3. Jesse Armstrong creates the series for HBO. The series is a satire that intrigued the audience with its plot. Succession has received critical acclaim for its screenplay, music, and production value.
It has also been felicitated with several awards, including the British Academy television award for the best international program, golden globe award, and also received the primetime Emmy award for outstanding lead actor in drama series. The positive acclaim received has made the series make a comeback with season 3. Here is everything about the new release.
Succession Season 3: Release Date
Succession season one was released on June 3, 2018. The second was released on October 13, 2019; season three is expected to be released by Autumn 2021, Although no official date has been given for the release of the series.
Expectations are that it would be released by the second half of 2021. The production of season three was delayed due to the pandemic situation. The filming for season three was incepted back in November 2020.
Succession Season 3: Cast
The previous seasons featured Hiam Abbass, Nicholas Braun, Brian Cox, Kieran Culkin, Peter Friedman, Natalie Gold, Matthew Macfadyen, Alan Ruck, Sarah Snook, Jeremy Strong, Rob Yang Dagmara Dominczyk, Arian Moayed, and J Smith Cameron in the titular roles. In season 3, the original cast is expected to make a comeback.
Additionally, new faces are likely to join the team. The list includes Sanaa Lathan as Lisa Arthur, Linda Emond as Michelle Anne Vanderhoven, and Korean Singer and actress Jihae as Berry Schneider.
Succession Season 3: Plot
While the first two seasons had ten episodes, each season 3 is expected to be shorter. The primary reason behind it is the pandemic crisis which adversely impacted the filming and production. Season three is likely to address the pandemic situation. The series follows the story of the Roy family, who are owners of media conglomerate Waystar Royko.
The family patriarch Cox suffers from ill-health. His four children Connor, Kendall, Roman, and Siobhan, begin preparation for a future without their father. Each one wants to become the successor of the family business. Season 2 showed silent anguish building up between the siblings. The succession showed a dark, twisted narrative with an unpredicted storyline. Season three would pick the story from the ending of season 2, wherein it was shown that Kendall exposed Logan and the company during a television press conference. Will the enmity between the siblings, end or would it take a violent turn would be revealed in season 3.