Succession is an American comedy-drama television series centered around the story of the Roy family, owners of Waystar RoyCo, a global media and entertainment conglomerate, who fight for control of the business and the health of the head of the family, Ignore Logan Roy. . The genre of this series is comedy, drama, satire and black comedy. The series has a total of three seasons with season 1 and season 2 with ten episodes each and season 3 with nine episodes.
The average duration of each episode is fifty to seventy minutes. This series has been released under production companies such as Gary Sanchez production and Hyperobject productions. It is written by Jesse Armstrong, Georgia Pritchett, Lucy Prebble and Tony Roche and is directed by Adam McKay.
Succession Season 3 Episode 3 Release Date
Season 1 originally ran from June 3, 2018 to August 5, 2018, Season 2 ran from August 11, 2019 to October 13, 2019, and Season 3 ran from October 17, 2021 to December 12, 2021. It got an 8.7 out of 10 on IMDb and 93% on Rotten Tomatoes.
It is loved by about 83% of the people. The show was released on Disney+hotstar and on HBO It was originally released in the United States, United Kingdom, Iceland, Italy and Croatia in the original language of English. As this series depicts the bloody war in the The Roy family, it could last up to five seasons.
The third episode will air on October 31, 2021.
Succession Season 3 Episode 3 Plot
The story of this series begins and revolves around the wealthy and large family “The Roy Family” with a great media and entertainment empire in America that includes a movie studio, news network and theme parks. The story’s timeline runs smoothly until Kendall Roy, Logan’s second-oldest son, wants to take over the business and give Logan the chain of business to his wife Marcia Roy. Their daughter Shiv stays out of the family business and does her own work. Roman Roy is like a madman because he doesn’t know what to do.
Shiv got engaged to Tom Wambsgans, but she told him she was cheating on him with fellow political adviser Nate, but the newlyweds sorted it out. Kendall Roy again tried to convince his father to keep the name of the company, but Logan did not accept this. In this anger, Kendall started taking drugs and due to his addiction, he had a car accident at Shiv’s wedding in which a drug contractor, a waiter, died. The next day, Kendall’s hotel key card was found in the waiter’s car. Logan made it clear to him that the power of the company is in the hands of Roman Roy.
Kendall was devastated and he cried crying and asked his father to help him clean up the mess he had made. Someone advised Logan to sell the company. Roman still adapted to the environment of the company. Greg Hirsch met an author Michelle Pandel who is writing a biography about Logan. Logan’s family struck a deal with the Pierce family to sign a $24 billion deal to sell the company.
Shiv is fully confirmed that she will be the new CEO but got angry when a new name, Rhea, came up. Meanwhile, Greg burns some documents necessary for the waiter’s death. At a party night, Logan announced that Rhe will be the new CEO, but she is taking her foot off the CEO position.
As the family also wants to clear up the death case, they’ve all had a debate about putting the blame for the waiter’s death on someone’s shoulders. Finally, Logan sent Kendall to New York at a press conference, but he mentioned Logan in all this mess and informed reporters that Greg has all the documents needed in the case. Logan, who saw all this on TV smiled faintly.
Season 3 will show the bloody war between the The Roy family, as we saw in the last episode that Kendall put the blame on his father Logan.
Succession Season 3 Episode 3 Cast
- Sarah Snook, featured in Siobhan Roy’s character “Shiv” is the only and youngest daughter in The Roy Family. She possesses her talents in politics.
- Brian Cox, seen in the character of Logan Roy, is the founder and CEO of the media and is the patriarch of The Roy Family.
- Kieran Culkin, seen in the character of Roman Roy, is Logan’s youngest son.
- Jeremy Strong, featured in Kendall Roy’s character, is Logan’s second oldest son who will lead Waystar when Logan retires.
- Nicholas Braun, featured in Greg Hirsch’s character, is Logan’s great-nephew.
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