The final season of “Succession” is set to premiere on March 26th, and it seems like the series is ending with an epic mic drop. Season 4 makes its debut 10 episodes later, so fans have some more time before they say goodbye to the Roy family. As it stands, it seems like this might be the end of Sarah Snook’s Genevieve Roy- perhaps marking one of the most dramatic finales in recent television history.
Peggy (Kelly Macdonald) starts to worry about her son when he begins working with the Roy children to try and stop their father’s plan to sell their family company. Back home, Logan is being a overbearing dad and it’sclear Peggy isn’t too happy about it. As the family tensions continue to build, things quickly take a turn for the worse…
Despite ending on a somewhat disappointing note, “Succession” was an entertaining and well-made show. The cast did an amazing job bringing their characters to life, and each episode was unique and unpredictable. Unfortunately, the storyline has run its course, and it’s time for this series to come to a close.
Armstrong isn’t the only one worried about the series’ long-term future. In an interview with The New Yorker, actor Tom Holland shared his concerns that the show could become a “little too slick” and tedious over time. If Bromance can’t keep things interesting, viewers may start losing interest as well.
Regardless of the alleged parallels between the series and reality, Game of Thrones is still an amazing piece of fiction. It’s fascinating to look at how a small group of talented people can create something so intricate and detailed, and it’s fun to follow the characters as they navigate their way through a complex world.
Did the viewership for “Succession” rise because of the highly anticipated season finale? The third season finale aired on June 3, 2018 and reached 1.7 million viewers. This is the highest viewership for the satirical comedy-drama and may suggest that more people are interested in watching it.