The wait is finally over for Succession fans. The Roy’s are back on HBO Max for the premiere of the fourth and final season of the series. The first episode is available today (March 27), although we’ll have to wait until the end of May for the denouement.
During this season, we will again see actors Brian Cox, Jeremy Strong, Sarah Snook, Kieran Culkin and Matthew Macfayden, who bring to life the members of the dysfunctional Roy family.
When is each episode of Succession released and at what time?
Get out the schedule and take note: these are the release dates for each episode:
- Episode 2: The Munsters, April 2.
- Episode 3: Rehearsal, April 9
- Episode 4: Connor’s Wedding, April 16
- Episode 5: The Big Bank Withdrawal, April 23rd
- Episode 6: Exodus, April 30
- Episode 7: America Offline, May 7
- Episode 8: Dog-Eat-Dog, May 14th
- Episode 9: Dinner for Two, May 21
- Episode 10: Session Finale, May 28th
As with all of its series, HBO Max simultaneously releases all episodes at the time of their premiere. Every Sunday, we will have a new episode at 21:00 according to New York time while Spaniards will have to wait a little longer (specifically, until 3:00). In Mexico, Panama, Peru and Ecuador will be able to watch each episode starting at 20:00.
According to the synopsis provided by HBO’s own Max, the sale of Waystar Royco is getting closer and closer, which unleashes great angst and division among the Roy family members. During this season, we will witness the dysfunctional family dynamics and the shady deals the Roy’s are willing to make to maintain their power and wealth. In addition, Succession will feature Alexander Skarsgård (Lukas Matsson) a technological visionary who is getting closer and closer to acquiring Waystar Royco.
The struggle for power will be one of the central pivots of this fourth season, as the Roycos must weigh a future where their influence is much less.