“Succession” Season 4 Trailer Finds the Roy Children United Against Logan

Oh, the Roy family. You have to wonder what they’d do if they all got everything they wanted. Then again, there is no conceivable outcome in which every member of the Roy family is satisfied; their very natures preclude them from contentment, a statement you could probably make about most people, but in their case, seems like a genuinely pathological affliction. The first teaser for Succession season four finds the Roy kids ready and willing to go to war with their father, which, well, is not a new stance, but now it seems they’re finally united against them. Can they take down the old man at last?

Logan (Brian Cox) is once again a man on an island, only in this case, he owns the island and has a huge staff and a legion of lawyers and fixers and, hilariously, Tom (Matthew Macfayden), who turned on his own wife Shiv (Sarah Snook) at the end of season three to sidle up to the man he believes can’t lose.

Season three found Logan’s company, Waystay Royco, inching ever close to a sale to Lukas Matsson (Alexander Skarsgård) and his tech company GoJo. Logan had outmaneuvered the children and their attempted coup at the end of season three. Now, Kendall (Jeremy Strong), Shiv, and Roman (Kieran Culkin) are a united front as they try to stop the sale to GoJo. They’re going to need to figure out a way to get one step ahead of Logan, a challenge they’ve not yet successfully met.

Also, in the teaser, we learn that Connor (Alan Ruck) finally ties the knot with Willa (Justine Lupe). Good for them!

Caught up in all of this are old friends like Gerri (J. Smith Cameron ), Greg (Nicholas Braun),  Stewy (Arian Moayed), Lady Caroline Collingwood (Harriet Walter ), Ewan Roy (James Cromwell), Rava Roy (Natalie Gold) and more.

Season four will welcome new cast members, including Eili Harboe, Annabeth Gish, Adam Godley, and Jóhannes Haukur Jóhannesson.

The teaser also revealed that Succession returns on March 26.

Check out the first look at Succession season 4 below.

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Featured image: Jeremy Strong, Sarah Snook, Kieran Culkin. Photograph by Claudette Barius/HBO


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