Succession (2018– )
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This Is Not for Tears 

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Logan looks for a sacrificial lamb among his closest allies as the future of the company hangs in the balance.

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Mark Mylod

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Jesse Armstrong (created by), Jesse Armstrong | 1 more credit »
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Episode cast overview, first billed only:
Hiam Abbass ... Marcia Roy (credit only)
Nicholas Braun ... Greg Hirsch
Brian Cox ... Logan Roy
Kieran Culkin ... Roman Roy
Dagmara Dominczyk ... Karolina
Peter Friedman ... Francis
Matthew Macfadyen ... Tom
Arian Moayed ... Stewy
Alan Ruck ... Connor Roy
J. Smith-Cameron ... Gerri
Sarah Snook ... Shiv Roy
Jeremy Strong ... Kendall Roy
Rob Yang ... Lawrence (credit only)
Danny Huston ... Laird
Eric Bogosian ... Gil Eavis
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Logan looks for a sacrificial lamb among his closest allies as the future of the company hangs in the balance.

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Drama

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Release Date:

13 October 2019 (USA) See more »

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North American Scum
Written by James Murphy
Performed by LCD Soundsystem
Kendall listens to it on the treadmill in his headphones as Logan interrupts him
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Jaw dropper of an episode
16 October 2019 | by fccs23521See all my reviews

I have loved this show from the first episode and the last episode of season 2 perfectly exemplifies why.

The writing is brilliant, and far superior to another show people keep comparing Succession to (who knows why)- Billions. Succession writes the dialogue for each individual character whereas Billions writes each and every character as if they all speak with the same vernacular, cadence, turns of phrase, and cleverness. Succession is nothing like Billions and people should stop comparing them.

This show does not get enough credit for how funny it is, the things the characters say and the perfect delivery by the actors is what makes this show so great. This episode ended another excellent season with a real surprise, and wow it was perfectly executed. Dying for season 3.

The actor who plays Kendall Roy is phenomenal. The way Kendall walks is especially effective, just weighted down with so much disappointment and conflict and yearning. I say it's likely to be one of the all-time great performances in television if Succession keeps going (Jeremy) strong.

One of the best ensemble casts ever assembled.


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