‘Succession’ Season 3 Trailer: The Roy Family Battle Royale

‘Succession’ Season 3 Trailer: The Roy Family Battle Royale

After more than two years since the close of the second season of “Succession,” the Emmy-winning corporate drama is set to return on October 17. Following the second season’s finale, the third season of the Emmy winner begins with Kendall Roy (Jeremy Strong) telling the town he wants to oust Logan of The Liquor Board (Brian Cox). Take a look at the official Season 3 trailer below.


HBO says that this season’s official logline suggests there will be a lot of drama in the upcoming episodes. It’s an unfortunate turn of events for Logan Roy (Brian Cox) as his son Kendall (Jeremy Northam) ambushes him in the season finale of Season 2, and Logan begins Season 3 on shaky ground, doing his best to secure alliances for the family, politics, and finances.” The hostility is increasing because a brutal business feud is devolving into a vicious family dispute.

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In Season 3, fans of The Affair are going to be treated to some never-before-seen scenes of iconic The Affair character Roy coming back with a vengeance, with cameos from cast members like Sarah Snook as Shiv, Kieran Culkin as Roman, Matthew Macfayden as Tom Wambsgans, and Nicholas Braun as Cousin Greg. However, high-profile guest stars and new cast members, such as Adrien Brody, Alexander Skarsgård, Hope Davis, Sanaa Lathan, Linda Emond, and Korean music star Jihae, have been invited to join the show this season.

Edmond plays Michelle-Anne Vanderhoven, a senior White House aide, while Lathan portrays Lisa Arthur, a high-profile and well-connected New York lawyer. Jihae is a leading public relations consultant in her current role. Skarsgård is going to appear in a recurring guest role as Lukas Matsson, an aggressive and argumentative tech founder and CEO. Brody is playing Josh Aaronson, a billionaire activist investor who becomes locked in a battle for control of Waystar, with the company itself becoming a casualty of his involvement.

An article by Vulture shared that, according to creator Jesse Armstrong, the new season of The B-Team won’t deal with Covid because, as he said, “it wouldn’t work in the new season’s scripts to have the Pandemic cover other stories.” [Sarah Snook] the actress says, “These are really wealthy people.” “Also, unfortunately, the world’s rich and powerful citizens would not be impacted by the outbreak.”

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