The Roys will return for a third trip one year from now.
Succession is contingent upon what you look like at it, the most depressing parody or the most interesting dramatization on TV.
The series pursues very rich person Logan Roy (Brian Cox) as he sets his kids against each other with the end goal of naming a successor to his position of royalty in charge of one of the world’s greatest media organizations (the Roys are said to have been enlivened by the Murdoch family).
It is a hit with pundits and watchers, and with the opening scenes of season 2 attracting its greatest appraisals yet, the US network HBO recharged it for a third season only half a month into its sophomore run.
Here’s all that we think about season three up until now.
When is “Succession” Season 3 on TV?
There is no word on an official dispatch date for the season up ’til now. Be that as it may, as seasons one and two have both debuted in August, we would anticipate that it should stick to this same pattern. In this way, all going admirably, we’re seeking after August 2020.
— HBO (@HBO) August 20, 2019
Who is in the cast?
Succession would be nothing without its outfit of players, both major and minor. We completely expect lead stars Brian Cox (Logan), Jeremy Strong (Kendall), Sarah Snook (Shiv), Kieran Culkin (Roman), Alan Ruck (Connor), Matthew MacFadyen (Tom) and Nicholas Braun (Greg) to return, alongside supporting on-screen characters J Smith Cameron (Gerri) and Justine Lupe (Willa).
Is there a trailer for Succession season 3?
Not yet, however, we’ll update you as often as possible. Succession season 3 will air on HBO in the USA and Sky Atlantic in the UK in 2020.