The Roys will be returning soon! As soon as Succession 4 began in October 2021, HBO announced the show will be returning for a fourth season less than a month later.
Executive vice president of HBO Programming Francesca Orsi stated in a statement, “With each season of Succession, [creator] Jesse Armstrong has continued to beyond our wildest expectations, dragging us deeper into the inner sanctum of the Roy family.” No exception this year, and we couldn’t be more thrilled for what is ahead in the upcoming season.
As a result of the shocking Season 3 finale (WARNING: SPOILERS AHEAD FOR THOSE WHO HAVEN’T SEEN IT YET!), we can’t wait to see what happens next. However, how long can Succession last, and when will the next season be available? Here’s all we know about Succession’s upcoming fourth season thus far.
The film’s storyline, acting, score, and production values have all received high praise from critics. the British Academy Television Award for Best International show, the Golden Globe for Best Dramatic Television Series and the Primetime Emmy for Outstanding Dramatic Series have all been given to this show.)
Golden Globe winner Cox and Primetime Emmy winner Strong both won Outstanding Lead Actor in a Drama Series at the Primetime Emmy Awards.
Succession Season 4 Released-
Succession Season 4 has yet to get an official release date or time range from HBO. Filming is reportedly set to begin in June 2022, which would put the premiere date in the late 2022 or early 2023 range (see below for more on that).
How To Watch Succession Season 4-
HBO and HBO Max carry the critically acclaimed series. The first three seasons of Game of Thrones may be seen on HBO Max before the fourth season premieres.
Succession Season 4 Cast-
- Brian Cox as Logan Roy.
- Jeremy Strong as Kendall Roy.
- Sarah Snook as Shiv Roy.
- Kieran Culkin as Roman Roy.
- Alan Ruck as Connor Roy.
- Matthew Macfadyen as Tom Wambsgans.
- Nicholas Braun as Greg Hirsch aka Cousin Greg.
- J. Smith-Cameron as Gerri Kellman.
Succession Season 4 Plot-
Succession We can expect the fourth season to pick up right where the last episode of Season 3 left off. To Logan’s surprise, Matsson’s offer to purchase Waystar-Royco was a tempting one. Logan sees the sale of the company as a gain for him, and a loss for his children.
Kendall, Roman, and Shiv must rethink their strategy in the wake of their defeat. Will they be able to escape their father’s death sentence? Or will they be forced to reevaluate their priorities and discover new ways to spend their time? Shiv’s marriage, in particular, is likely to come to an end.
The Season 3 finale’s concluding shots imply that Tom informed Logan about his children’s plot to join forces against him and take the show down.
The show is mostly shot on 35mm film in New York City. Principal photography for the first season began in October 2017 with director Adam McKay having shot the pilot in late 2016. Shiv’s season 1 apartment was at 714 Broadway, the American Irish Historical Society on Fifth Avenue was the setting for Logan’s apartment and the Downtown Manhattan Heliport on the East River was used for the Roys’ helicopter departing sequences.
Towers 4 and 7 of the World Trade Center are used for interior shots of the Waystar RoyCo offices, while Liberty Street is used for outdoor views. Many of the show’s sets are located at Silvercup Studios in Queens, New York.