Succession is an American satirical comedy-drama television series directed by Jesse Armstrong.

Official trailers

HBO on Thursday, July 11, 2019 released the trailer:
Succession: Season 2 | Official Trailer | HBO.

Story intro

Succession follows "the Roy family - Logan Roy and his four children - who control one of the biggest media and entertainment conglomerates in the world. The series tracks their lives as they contemplate what the future will hold for them once their aging father begins to step back from the company."


Hiam Abbass
Marcia "Marcy" Roy, the third wife of Logan Roy
Nicholas Braun
Greg Hirsch, the great-nephew of Logan Roy and grandson of Ewan Roy
Brian Cox
Logan Roy, the founder of media and entertainment conglomerate Waystar Royco
Kieran Culkin
Roman Roy, the third and youngest son of Logan Roy from his second marriage
Peter Friedman
Frank Vernon, the COO of Waystar Royco and long time confidant of Logan Roy
Natalie Gold
Rava Roy, the estranged wife of Kendall Roy
Matthew Macfadyen
Tom Wamsgans, the fiancé of Shiv Roy
Alan Ruck
Connor Roy, the eldest son of Logan Roy from his first marriage
Parker Sawyers
Alessandro Daniels, an executive of Waystar Royco present during the Vaulter acquisition meetings
Sarah Snook
Siobhan "Shiv" Roy, the youngest child and daughter of Logan Roy from his second marriage
Jeremy Strong
Kendall Roy, the second son of Logan Roy from his second marriage
Rob Yang
Lawrence Yee, the founder of media website Vaulter that is acquired by Waystar Royco
Scott Nicholson
Colin, Logan's body man
J. Smith-Cameron
Gerri Killman, general counsel to Waystar Royco
David Rasche
Karl, a member of Waystar Royco's legal team
Arian Moayed
Stewy Hosseini, a financier and friend of Kendall's
Ashley Zukerman
Nate Sofrelli, a political strategist and former romantic partner of Shiv's
Juliana Canfield
Jess Jordan, Kendall's assistant
Dagmara Domińczyk
Karolina, a member of Waystar Royco's legal team
Justine Lupe
Willa, Connor Roy's young girlfriend
Peggy J. Scott
Jeane, Logan's secretary
Judy Reyes
Eva, a member of Waystar Royco's legal team and an executive producer at ATN, a news channel owned by Waystar Royco
Eric Bogosian
Gil Eavis, a liberal presidential candidate whom Nate introduces to Shiv
Swayam Bhatia
Sophie Roy, Kendall's daughter
Quentin Morales
Iverson Roy, Kendall's son
Molly Griggs
Grace, Roman's girlfriend whom he breaks up with after she tells him that she enjoyed The Biggest Turkey in the World, a film Roman tried to kill while working in Waystar Royco's film division
Larry Pine
Sandy Furness, the owner of a rival media conglomerate
Caitlin FitzGerald
Tabitha, a woman
Mary Birdsong
Marianne, Logan's niece and Greg's mother
Jake Choi
Tatsuya, an associate of Lawrence
Eisa Davis
Joyce Miller, the former Attorney General of New York elected to a seat in the United States Senate for whom Shiv serves as a political strategist
James Cromwell
Ewan Roy, Logan's estranged brother and Greg's grandfather
Darius Homayoun
Amir, Marcy's son
Harriet Walter
Caroline Collingwood, the second wife of Logan Roy and Kendall, Shiv, and Roman's mother
Jack Gilpin
Mr. Wamsgans, Tom's Father
Kristin Griffith
Mrs. Wamsgans, Tom's mother and a highly respected attorney in the Minneapolis - Saint Paul area
Holly Hunter
Rhea Jarrell (season 2)
Mark Blum
Bill ("Sad Sack Wasp Trap"), the retiring head of Waystar Royco's Adventure Parks division
Annika Boras
Anna Newman ("Sad Sack Wasp Trap"), an on-air personality at ATN, the news network owned by Waystar Royco, that Kendall takes to the family's annual charity event, the Roy Endowment Creative New York (RECNY) ball
David Patrick Kelly
Paul Chambers ("Which Side Are You On?"), a member of Waystar Royco's board that votes against a vote of no confidence in regards to Logan
Griffin Dunne
Dr. Alon Parfit ("Austerlitz"), a corporate therapist hired to work with the Roy family as Logan attempts to rehabilitate their public image


The series is produced by Gary Sanchez Productions and Project Zeus.

The average duration of each episode is 56 - 61 minutes. Country of origin: United States. Original language: English.

External links

Official website:

Wikipedia: Succession (TV series)

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