The succession will come to an end sooner than expected, according to one of the show’s executive producers, who says it won’t go beyond five seasons.
The end is near for Succession, As revealed, the show will not last beyond season 5. The HBO satirical drama, created by Jesse Armstrong, follows members of the dysfunctional and immoral Roy family who are constantly at odds and fighting for power over their conglomerate. of media, Waystar RoyCo, which is led by founder and patriarch, Logan Roy. The Emmy-winning series is produced by Adam McKay and Will Ferrell, and stars Brian Cox, Jeremy Strong, Matthew Macfadyen, Sarah Snook, Kieran Culkin, Nicholas Braun and Alan Ruck.
For Collider, Georgia Pritchett, Executive Producer of Succession, stated in an interview with The timesAlthough she is not sure when the show will end, she knows that it will not go beyond the fifth season. Pritchett also gives Armstrong’s comments and his timeline of when he thinks the series will end. The show is currently in the middle of filming its third season. Pritchett’s full statement can be read below:
I think the maximum would be five seasons, but possibly more like four. We are at the end of the third season of filming, so at this point [Armstrong] is saying just one more.
Despite the plan, Pritchett says there is no definitive conclusion on how many installments Succession will have, so it all depends on where the stories will go after season 3 to decide when is the right time to end. Next season already has a lot on the line based on the events of the season 2 finale, and will feature guest stars like Adrien Brody, Hope Davis, and Alexander Skarsgård. Regardless of when Succession will come to an end, with the third season right at the end of filming, time is running out for what will happen to the members of the Roy family sooner than expected.
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