After the explosive final moments of Succession's second season, which saw Kendall (Jeremy Strong) proving that Logan Roy (Brian Cox) wasn't the only "killer" in the family, fans have been eagerly waiting to find out where the HBO drama will go from there. The many memes and the many Emmy wins just aren't enough to hold everyone over.
While HBO has yet to set a premiere date for Succession Season 3, and the cast of the drama series has stayed quiet about what's ahead, we're here to supply you with all the information we have about what to expect as the series continues. Read on to find out everything we know about HBO's Succession Season 3 so far.
Production on Succession Season 3 is a-go! Alan Ruck, who plays eldest Roy son Connor, confirmed to People in November that the show had begun filming in New York after its initial start was delayed by the coronavirus pandemic.
HBO hasn't made an official premiere date announcement yet. What we do know is that Season 3 could possibly have a smaller episode count than the first two. While Seasons 1 and 2 ran for 10 episodes apiece, Cox told The New York Times in July 2020 that the number of episodes "could be eight, it could be nine. We're in that ballpark."
While all the Roys and Roy-adjacents (looking at you, Tom) are set to return for Season 3, expect to see a whole host of new faces hanging around and (probably) causing trouble. It was announced in January that Sanaa Lathan, Linda Emond, Jihae, and Hope Davis are all set to join the cast in recurring roles.
Lathan will play Lisa Arthur, a high-profile and well-connected lawyer in New York. Emond plays Michelle-Anne Vanderhoven, a White House staffer, and Jihae will play Berry Schneider, a public relations consultant. Davis will play Sandi Furness, daughter to Logan's longtime rival, Sandy Furness (Larry Pine).
Succession Seasons 1 and 2 are available to stream on HBO Max.