We finally have a trailer for season 4 of Succession, arguably the best show on TV right now… along with Yellowstone, Tulsa King, Mayor Of Kingstown, Let The Right One In, House Of The Dragon, The Last Of Us… and She-Hulk. OK, the last one was a joke, unless you are retarded, but let’s admit it, TV is beating the daylights out of the cinema right now.
The Season 3 finale of Succession left us hanging as siblings Shiv, Roman, and Kendall turned against their father Logan, only to be double-crossed by Shiv’s husband Tom who had already sided with Logan and given him the heads up on the incoming revolt.
What Is Season 4 About?
The official synopsis for Succession season 4 reads:
In the 10-episode season four, the sale of media conglomerate Waystar Royco to tech visionary Lukas Matsson moves ever closer. The prospect of this seismic sale provokes existential angst and familial division among the Roys as they anticipate what their lives will look like once the deal is completed. A power struggle ensues as the family weighs up a future where their cultural and political weight is severely curtailed.
The trailer continues to give us what some call “white privilege” as we get glimpses of how the 1% live in the absolute luxury that being part of multi-billion dollar corporate entity can provide. Sleek modern mansions, private jets, and fancy restaurants abound as the Roy children scheme at how best to get back at their father. Liv is seen summing up the Roy kids’ thirst for wealth at all costs:
“This is not about getting back at dad, but if it hurts him, it wouldn’t bother me.”
So far, the three seasons of Succession have earned an impressive 48 Emmy nominations and have won 13 (including two prizes for best drama). Last year for its third season, it won the top prize, as well as a writing Emmy for Armstrong for All the Bells Say and supporting actor for Matthew Macfadyen who continually knocks it out of the park as Tom Wambsgans.
Succession returns on 26th March and it’s clear the stakes are higher than ever as we see Tom explaining to Greg:
“Every move is crucial, like Israel-Palestine, Greg, but harder. And much more important.”
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