Season 3 of Succession will premiere in October 2021, HBO announced in August. Due to the epidemic, it was previously expected that the commencement date would be December 2021, if not later.
Succession will premiere at the London Film Festival, but we don’t have a specific date for broadcast or streaming. In the UK, Sky and Now TV will air the first two episodes on Friday, October 15; in the United States, HBO will air them shortly after that.
The cast includes Josh Aaronson, a millionaire investor played by Adrien Brody of Peaky Blinders and The Grand Budapest Hotel, and tech entrepreneur Lukas Matsson, portrayed by Aleksander Skarsgard. Kim will play PR consultant Berry Schneider, played by Korean pop diva Jihae Kim, who will play New York lawyer Lisa Arthur.
You can expect appearances from Hope Davis, Dasha Nekrashova and Ella Rumpf from the horror film Raw. To date, there have been no major changes to the primary cast.
Jeremy Strong (is Kendall Roy)
Brian Cox (is Logan Roy)
Keiran Culkin (is Roman Roy)
Sarah Snook (is Siobhan ‘Shiv’ Roy)
Alan Ruck (is Connor Roy)
Matthew Macfayden (is Tom Wambsgans)
Nicholas Braun (is Greg Hirsch)
- Smith-Cameron (is Gerri Kellman)
Peter Friedman (is Frank Vernon)
Dagmara Domińczyk (is Karolina Novotney)
David Rasche (is Karl Muller)
Arian Moayed (is Stewy Hosseini)
The overarching storyline is anticipated to revolve around Kendall’s challenge to Logan, with lengthy legal battles and public relations jousting between father and son. Siobhan and Tom have taken a break, although the company still employs Tom, and she still cares for him.
And while Roman and Gerri continue to tangle in their interesting romance, Connor continues to sail around hunting for more of his father’s money. WayStar RoyCo’s whistleblower is still unknown, but Greg has retained those records instead of burning them. Greg is likely to take Kendall’s side, but what it means, in the end, is anyone’s guess.
An immediate question that has been raised is whether or not Succession will include Covid-19 as a plot element. It’s situated in the present day. Therefore a pandemic is inevitable. So the story might cover this aspect as well.