When does Succession start, what channel is it on, who's in the cast with Matthew MacFadyen and what's it about?

SUCCESSION has proved a big hit since it's launch back in June 2018.

The Emmy award winning series may no longer be showing on TV, but it is easy for viewers to catch up online.

How can I watch Succession online?

For UK viewers, both series of Succession are available to stream on NOW TV until 7th December 2020.

For American viewers, with an HBO cable subscription, it is as simple as watching for free through HBO Go.

The show is also available on streaming platform Hulu, or Amazon Prime Video if you are willing to pay extra to add HBO on Amazon Channels.

How many seasons of Succession are there?

Two seasons of Succession have been released so far.

Season one aired in June 2018, whilst season two was released in August 2019.

The good news is that HBO has renewed Succession for a third season.

Due to production delays filming has been pushed back, but the Succession team have said they want to get shooting before Christmas.

What's Succession about?

The satirical comedy-drama follows the Roy family – dysfunctional owners of a global media and hospitality empire – as they fight for control of the company amid family patriarch Logan's uncertain health.

The series tracks their lives as they contemplate what the future will hold for them once their ageing father begins to step back from the company.

Explaining what fans can expect from season three, Brian Cox told The Daily Beast: "There are a lot of things to be explored in season three.

"The succession itself is still to be explored; how to keep Waystar together and stop it from going under; how to stop the proxy battle and company takeover. ‘Roman has suddenly risen, and will emerge quite strongly I think."

The show was created by British author Jesse Armstrong who is also the co-creator of the Channel 4 comedy series Peep Show and Fresh Meat.

It is also executive produced by Hollywood star Will Farrell and Adam McKay – who has worked on Saturday Night Live, Anchorman, The Big Short, The Other Guys and Vice.







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