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Succession Season 4 Teaser Trailer

Succession Season 4 Teaser Trailer

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Succession, the critically acclaimed series about a media conglomerate-owning family competing for power, returns with its fourth season. HBO recently released the first teaser trailer for the show which will air on March 26.

This epic tale follows Logan Roy (Brian Cox), his children Connor, Kendall, Roman and Shiv as they fight to maintain control of their father's empire, Waystar Royco. As the sale of the company to tech entrepreneur Lukas Matsson draws near, there is increasing anxiety within the family as tensions escalate and divisions arise.

The Roys are back

After an intense season of drama and murderous business dealings that earned it two seasons as Best Drama, the Roy family is back for Succession Season 4. HBO has released the first official trailer for what creator Jesse Armstrong promises will be its final season.

On March 26th, the Emmy-winning series returns and the trailer gives us a look at where its family will eventually end up. It depicts a group of Roy siblings (Kieran Culkin, Jeremy Strong, Alan Ruck and Sarah Snook) coming together to take over Waystar Royco together.

Ruck describes their partnership as a "rebel alliance", but there are complications along the way. Kendall (Strong) has had an argument with her brother; Roman (Culkin) and Shiv (Snook) are less than thrilled about this new arrangement.

Kendall, Shiv, and Roman band together despite their differences to stop Logan Roy (Brian Cox) from selling Waystar to tech investor Lukas Matsson. Although their attempt at rebellion against their father was unsuccessful, it has left the three children in an extremely precarious situation.

Reuniting as a family after the season 3 finale proved challenging; Kendall, Shiv and Roman must put aside their differences for the sake of their family unit even if it comes with its share of challenges. Fortunately, Kendall, Shiv and Roman have shown great courage in forgoing revenge at their mother's wedding to bring about his ousting.

When it comes to family matters, the Roys may have it worse than any other TV family right now. With their constant battles, shifting loyalties, and need for revenge against an unloving, brutal father who is obsessed with wealth, it's no wonder why they're considered one of television's most dysfunctional families today.

Even during their most challenging moments, the Roys have always managed to remain amusing. Their jokes and interactions with their dad can be often hilariously comical, and it has never failed them to keep audiences on the edge of their seats.

In the season 3 finale of Waystar, Logan Roy sold a portion of their company to Swedish tech investor Lukas Matsson - and it became evident that Tom (Matthew Macfadyen) and Cousin Greg (Nicholas Braun) had played an integral role in their schemes. Unfortunately for them though, things didn't go according to plan; their dysfunction will likely continue into Succession Season 4.

The battle for the top spot

Succession, one of HBO Max's most beloved shows, recently released a teaser for season 4. It appears that this time around, the family battle will take center stage - and it won't be an easy journey.

With the sale of Waystar Royco drawing near, there's a power struggle within the Roy family as they prepare for what their lives will look like once the deal closes. Tech billionaire Lukas Matsson (Alexander Skarsgard) is bidding for control of Waystar, leading to existential anxiety and familial division among them.

Although their family dynamics have changed, Kendall (Jeremy Strong), Shiv (Kieran Culkin) and Roman (Kylie Kwong) all own shares in Waystar; thus it's up to them whether they want to take down Logan or work alongside him against his enemies.

Thankfully, the Roys don't need to fear losing any of their beloved characters in this battle; most are set to return for the fourth season. Brian Cox, Jeremy Strong, Sarah Snook, Kieran Culkin, Alan Ruck, Matthew Macfayden, Nicholas Braun and J Smith Cameron have all confirmed to reprise their roles in the upcoming episodes.

Additionally, Fisher Stevens, David Rasche, Peter Friedman, Hiam Abbass, Justine Lupe, Scott Nicholson and Zoe Winters join the cast as great additions that promise to keep tension high throughout the season.

Succession's success has earned it several Emmy nominations, making it the most nominated drama series of 2022. Actors Brian Cox, Jeremy Strong, Sarah Swok, Kieran Culkin and Matthew Mcfayden were all recognized for their roles in the third season.

On March 26th, the fourth season of Succession will debut and consist of 10 episodes. You can stream it in the US on HBO Max or in the UK through Sky Atlantic and NOW. Remember this is going to be the last season - don't miss it!

Will the Roys get their happy ending?

For three seasons, Jesse Armstrong's Succession has been an intense yet hilarious drama that delves into classic dad issues. With razor-sharp writing and an ensemble cast as dysfunctional as its titular family unit, it has become one of HBO's top shows.

Though the show has never strayed too far from its core narrative, Season 3 concluded with an intense power struggle that left viewers uncertain what came next for Waystar Royco. The sale of their media conglomerate to tech visionary Lukas Mattson (Alexander Skarsgard) caused existential anxiety and familial division as they faced a future where their cultural and political influence is severely limited.

Drama ensued, culminating in Kendall (Jeremy Strong) taking responsibility and departing Waystar. It's an awe-inspiring moment for the show as it marks the first time one of the Roy siblings has defied their father.

Succession Season 4 is likely to focus on this storyline more. Additionally, we'll see if the Roys have finally come together under one leader after years of competing for supremacy.

In fact, the official trailer for Season 4 gives us a hint at this development. In the upcoming episode, viewers will witness how the Roy siblings unite to try and prevent their dad from selling Waystar.

It isn't the first time we've seen a Roy sibling stand up to their father -- Roman (Kieran Culkin) and Shiv (Sarah Snook) have done so before -- but this is perhaps the most direct example yet.

Ken returns to New York and issues a statement, acknowledging his right-on assessment of everything at Waystar. It serves as an important turning point in the series and serves as a reminder that Succession isn't just about how strong Logan Roy is but how weak he also is.

If you're a fan of this show, make sure to catch Season 4. You can watch more episodes and movies from the network on HBO Max, the streaming service that brings some of the best TV to you. With access to all the newest episodes and movies from the network plus download options to your phone or tablet for offline viewing - HBO Max truly has it all!

Will the Roys get their revenge?

Succession's first three seasons have been a hit with both critics and viewers alike, earning it 48 Emmy nominations and 13 wins - cementing itself as one of television's most beloved series.

The last season ended on a cliffhanger, with Logan Roy betraying his children by concluding Waystar Royco's takeover, even though Shiv (Sarah Snook), Kendall (Jeremy Strong), and Roman (Kieran Culkin) had tried to stop him. This season finale left viewers with many unanswered questions that will hopefully be addressed in Succession Season 4.

This week's trailer shows Logan's children standing together against him. Kendall (Jeremy Strong), Shiv (Sarah Snook) and Roman Roy (Kieran Culkin) all plead for negotiations from Logan but are unresponsive.

Meanwhile, Logan's assistant has a new client who is willing to purchase the family business for $1.7 billion - what he believes to be an "acceptable price" for such a venture. But there's one small problem: Lukas Matsson (Alexander Skarsgard), the tech billionaire courting the Roys, is an unscrupulous individual.

He's actually working for Tom Wambsgans, Shiv's husband and the show's Judas. He revealed the plot to the children beforehand, so now all of Shiv's family members are seeking revenge against him.

But will they?

Based on the trailer, it appears Succession may be ending after Season 4! That would be a shame as there aren't many shows on TV that can match The Roys for quality or drama.

Many shows tend to drag on and become monotonous by Season 5 - which is unfortunate as Succession is one of those rare gems that you can't help but become invested in.

Are you searching for something new to binge this weekend? HBO Max offers an impressive selection of premium TV series and movies. Popular titles include Perry Mason, Rain Dogs and more - plus you can watch them offline with the app's HBO Max Hubs feature!

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