According to the author and executive producer Georgia Pritchett, succession will be finalised after no more than five seasons.
Production is now underway on Jesse Armstrong’s third chapter of the multiple HBO series award-winning. “Five seasons is the maximum I think, but perhaps more like four,” said Pritchett in the Times.
The writer said that it was possible for there to be another season after the fourth instalment, as the creators go back to the last season. Pritchett was also “in sight” teasing a good end.
Logan Roy (Bryan Cox), after he had been ambushed by his rebellious son Kendall (Jeremy Strong) at the end of the previous chapter, will be in a dangerous position in the next season of Succession.
Tensions are rising as a bitter corporate battle threatens to turn the family civil war into a scrambling family, political and financial alliance.
The series is shown and produced by Armstrong as a managing director. Adrien Brody, Alexander Skarsgard, Sanaa Lathan, Linda Emond, Jihae, Hope Davis as well as Dasha Nekrasova are also presented as new competitors in this series.