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- “Succession” returns for its fourth and final season on March 26.
- You can watch new episodes every Sunday on HBO and HBO Max at 9 p.m. ET.
- HBO Max costs $10/month for an ad-supported plan or $16/month for an ad-free plan.
“Succession” returns to HBO Max and the HBO cable channel on March 26 for its fourth and final season. The critically acclaimed show is set to air its series finale on May 28.
The show focuses on the wealthy Roy family as they attempt to run a giant media empire and fight to wrest control of the company from their aging patriarch. “Succession” is known for its mix of tense drama and dark humor. The series stars Brian Cox, Jeremy Strong, Sarah Snook, Kieran Culkin, Nicholas Braun, Matthew Macfadyen, and Alan Ruck.
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Lauded by critics, the second and third seasons of “Succession” received Emmy awards for outstanding drama series. The show comes from creator Jesse Armstrong and is executive produced by Armstrong, Will Ferrell, and Adam McKay, among others.
How to watch ‘Succession’ season 4
You can watch “Succession” season four exclusively on HBO Max and the HBO cable channel. The season premiere debuts on March 26 at 9 p.m. ET, and new episodes will follow weekly on Sundays. If you’re new to the show, you can also stream the first three seasons on HBO Max.
HBO Max costs at $10 a month for ad-supported streaming or $16 a month for ad-free streaming. HBO Max does not directly offer a free trial to new members, but Amazon Prime subscribers can get a one-week trial if they sign up for the service as an add-on channel.
Is ‘Succession’ season 4 the final season?
Yes, “Succession” season four will be the final season of the show. The series finale is expected to air on May 28.
Is ‘Succession’ worth watching?
“Succession” has received widespread critical acclaim and numerous industry awards. The show has been nominated for 48 Emmys and has won 13. On review aggregator Rotten Tomatoes, “Succession” holds a “95% Fresh” score. As of March 24, season four has a “100% Certified Fresh” score.
The show is well worth a watch for fans of tense family dramas and dark satires focused on the media business.