Succession Season 3 is officially announced. The satirical comedy-drama series has received worldwide praise for its outstanding drama and received plenty of awards.
The show debuted on 3rd June 2018 on HBO. Jesse Armstrong is the creator of the series. The show has received worldwide fame and has a lot of awards to its name. Some of the awards include The British Academy Television Award, The Golden Globe Award, Primetime Emmy Awards. In 2020 the show received eighteen nominations at the 72nd Primetime Emmy Award.
The Release Date of “Succession Season 3”
The series has been renewed for a third season by the network. The second season made its debut on HBO last year. Ever since the end of the second season, the fans of the series are eagerly waiting for the news of the third season.
Unfortunately, due to the spread of coronavirus, the filming of the third season of the show has been affected. If the production of the series hopefully begins by the end of this year, then the viewers can expect to watch the new season sometime in 2021.
The Plot of the Show
The show revolves around the Roy family. They are the owners of the media empire Waystar Royco. Logan Roy, the head of the family, experiences diminishing health. He has four children, Kendall Roy who is the struggler, Siobhan Roy who is a political fixer and the youngest daughter, Roman Roy who is the immature careless son, and Connor Roy who is the removed eldest son. The four children have now begun preparations to manage the firm without their father. Each is competing to get power in the company.
After the events of the second season, the third part might bring more focus and Roman Roy. And there might also be some development in the relationship between Tom and Siobhan.
The Cast of the Show
The cast for the third season is yet to be revealed. But we are hoping the cast f the previous seasons continue their roles. The cast of the show includes
- Brian Cox as Logan Roy
- Jeremy Strong as Kendall Roy
- Sarah Snook as Siobhan Roy
- Kieran Culkin as Roman Roy
- Matthew Macfadyen as Tom Wambsgans
- Nicholas Braun as Greg Hirsch
- Alan Ruck as Connor Roy
- Hiam Abbass as Marcia Roy
- Peter Friedman as Frank Vernon
- Natalie Gold as Rava Roy
- Rob Yang as Lawrence Yee
- Dagmara Dominczyk as Karolina
- Arian Moayed as Stewy Hosseini
- J. Smith-Cameron as Gerri Kellman among others.