The Roys, proprietors of media and entertainment giant Waystar RoyCo, focus on HBO’s power-packed satirical comedy-drama “Succession,” created by Jesse Armstrong.
When Logan Roy, the patriarch and CEO of the company, suffers a hemorrhagic stroke, his four children compete for his position as the company’s heir.
Logan survives the stroke and rejects the squabbles over his company’s status, declaring that his children must wait for more.
Disgusted, the four heirs engage in a variety of activities and blunders, all of which pose a threat to the corporation.
On June 3, 2018, ‘Succession’ premiered to rave reviews from critics and audiences alike.
Over two seasons, the sitcom received nine Primetime Emmy Awards and two Golden Globe Awards for its explosive wit amid the turbulence and dysfunctions of the Roy family.
After the season 2 finale in October 2019, ‘Succession’ became one of the most anticipated TV dramas, with stunning twists and turns.
We’ve covered all you need to know about ‘Succession’ season 3 episode 1 ahead of the start of the third season!
Full fucking beast. #Succession premieres October 17 on @HBOMax. pic.twitter.com/FoM0CryZBO
— Succession (@succession) September 17, 2021
Release Date for Season 3 Episode 1 of Succession
Season 3 Episode 1 of ‘Succession’ will premiere on HBO on October 17, 2021, at 9 p.m. ET.
The 3rd season consists of nine episodes with a length of 56-70 minutes each. Every Sunday, new episodes of the show will be broadcast on the network.
Spoilers for the first episode of Season 3 of Succession
The third season of ‘Succession,’ named ‘Secession,’ will open with Kendall’s explosive press conference against his father, Logan Roy.
Logan will have to deal with the issue of maintaining his economic and political stronghold while Kendall reveals his father’s involvement in the disputed crimes and ensuing settlements.
Kendall, who has violated the firm’s secrecy, will suffer sanctions from his father, but Greg, who is plotting his own path to the top of the corporation, will pick his pals.
Kendall will hustle to find supporters and positions to plan his life forward following the press presentation after putting the company in peril.
The company’s fragile position, which he has established, may have an impact on his future and plans to succeed him.
Logan, on the other hand, will be in an odd predicament, pondering his next step in order to preserve himself and the company from the upheaval that ensued following Kendall’s press conference.
Logan will have to be cautious with his illegal finances now that the transaction with Eduard has been completed because the press is on his tail.
Logan will also have to bear the brunt of the criticism from Waystar stockholders, who recommended him to resolve the situation quietly before the ensuing uproar.
While we wait for the season’s debut, here’s a sneak preview from the upcoming season!
Succession Episode 3.01 Press Release
Debut Date: SUNDAY, OCTOBER 17 (9:00-10:00 p.m. ET/PT)Season premiere.Following his bombshell presser, a righteous Kendall (Jeremy Strong) scrambles to find a base of operations, while Logan’s (Brian Cox) team searches for safe harbor.
Written by Jesse Armstrong;
Directed by Mark Mylod.
Succession Episode 3×01 Promo / Trailer
Who’s in the cast of Succession Season 3 Episode 1?
- Brian Cox reprises his role as Logan Roy,
- Kieran Culkin reprises his role as Roman Roy,
- Natalie Gold reprises her role as Rava Roy,
- Alan Ruck reprises his role as Connor Roy,
- Sarah Snook reprises her role as Siobhan “Shiv” Roy,
- Jeremy Strong reprises his role as Kendall Roy,
- Nicholas Braun reprises his role as Greg Hirsch,
- Hiam Abbass reprises her role as Marcia Roy,
- Peter Friedman reprises his role as Frank Vernon,
- Dagmara Domiczyk reprises her role as Karolina Novotney,
- Arian Moayed reprises his role as Stewy Hosseini, and
- J. Smith-Cameron reprises her role as Gerri.
From recurring parts, Justine Lupe, David Rasche, and Fisher Stevens have been promoted to the main cast as Willa Ferreyra, Karl Muller, and Hugo Baker, respectively.
Adrien Brody (‘The Pianist’) portrays Josh Aaronson, Alexander Skarsgard (‘Big Little Lies‘) portrays Lukas Matsson, Sanaa Lathan portrays Lisa Arthur, Jihae Kim portrays Berry Schneider, Linda Emond portrays Michelle-Anne Vanderhoven, Hope Davis portrays Sandi Furness, Dasha Nekrasova portrays Comfry, and Ella Rumpf portrays Sandi Furness.
Where can I watch Season 3 Episode 1 of Succession Online?
Season 3 Episode 1 of ‘Succession’ can be shown on HBO on the above-mentioned date and time.
The series will also be available to watch online if you sign up for HBO Max.
You may watch the show on DirecTV, Xfinity Stream, Hulu, or Youtube TV if you want to watch it online.
Season 3 is also available on Amazon Prime Video for on-demand viewing.
If you want to catch up on earlier seasons, go to iTunes, Vudu, Google Play, or Microsoft Store to watch them on demand.