Succession: Season 3

Succession: Season 3

Succession: Season 3

Jesse Armstrong’s Emmy-winning satirical comedy-drama returns to pit the Roy family against each other once again in this third season.

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Episodes

EPISODE 3.1

Secession

Following his bombshell presser, a righteous Kendall scrambles to find... More a base of operations, while Logan's team searches for safe harbor.

EPISODE 3.2

Mass in Time of War

Kendall tries to get his siblings, as well as Stewy... More and Sandi, on his side. Fearing his legal situation, Greg asks Ewan for help.

EPISODE 3.3

The Disruption

With the DOJ at the door, Logan summons his arsenal,... More while Tom makes a potentially life changing offer. Kendall becomes obsessed with his own takedown.

EPISODE 3.4

Lion in the Meadow

Logan and Kendall have their first meeting together with Josh,... More a major investor worried about their family feud.

EPISODE 3.5

Retired Janitors of Idaho

Kendall and the Waystar team find themselves working together at... More the annual shareholders' meeting, where Logan's health takes a turn.

EPISODE 3.6

What It Takes

Logan and team head to Virginia for a conservative political... More conference, where Roman finds out surprising news about his mother.

EPISODE 3.7

Too Much Birthday

At Kendall’s lavish birthday bash, Shiv and Roman try to... More arrange a meeting with Lukas Matsson, a tech mogul who recently snubbed Logan.

EPISODE 3.8

Chiantishire

At a luxe family wedding in Italy, Roman airs suspicions,... More Gerri draws a line, and the Waystar team grows concerned about rogue tweets.

EPISODE 3.9

All the Bells Say

Matsson’s vision for the GoJo-Waystar relationship leads Shiv and Roman... More to manage the fallout, while Logan weighs his options.

Succession: Season 3 | Awards

Award Winner
Best TV Series (Drama), Best Actor (Jeremy Strong), and Best Actress (Sarah Snook) winner at the 2022 Golden Globes.

Succession: Season 3 | Reviews

It doesn't really matter which Roy family member you root for in this genius returning series: they're all just as corrupt, hilarious, and perfectly performed as each other.

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Rolling Stone

Rolling Stone

Bigger, badder, and bloodthirstier than ever.

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Entertainment Weekly

Entertainment Weekly

A kinetic and affecting season...

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IGN

IGN

Season 3 returns with just as much petty hilarity, punishing woes, and blazing performances as previous seasons with a civil war storyline to keep you hooked...

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Independent

Independent

If this season happens to be more frenetic than the last, it is also uproariously funny, painful and delightful in its skewering of this family...

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Hollywood Reporter

Hollywood Reporter

Scathingly funny, uncomfortably tense, and still one of TV's best shows.

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Paste

Paste

Even in its most grandiose comedic moments, there is truth to Succession's cynical world...

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IndieWire

IndieWire

The great news is (Succession) made the most of that time away to amplify all its strengths.

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The Guardian

The Guardian

As glorious and furious as ever.

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The Times

The Times

Succession's biggest weapon has always been its whip-cracking dialogue and the writer Jesse Armstrong has raised his game.

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