Succession celebrates a business deal and wedding rehearsal the only excruciating ways it knows how – and once again, it works.
Succession’s final season begins, and all is right with the world – except Logan Roy, of course.
Succession saves the best for last, delivering a season finale for the ages.
Succession hits another creative high as Kendall hits new lows in season three’s penultimate episode.
A bunch of assholes attend an asshole birthday party, in another satisfying study of What’s Wrong With the Roy Children.
Logan Roy holds court to select a President as Succession continues its impressive third-season run.
The relentless pursuit of tension in “Retired Janitors of Idaho” drives a memorable episode.
Kendall and Logan come face to face, and Succession hits its stride.
Succession’s third season finds its voice in a chaotic hour of delicious developments.
Succession’s third season continues running in place, in another episode heavy on intrigue (and repetition).