"Succession" is an American black comedy drama television series directed by Jesse Armstrong.
The starring cast includes Hiam Abbass, Brian Cox, Nicholas Braun, Kieran Culkin, Peter Friedman, Matthew Macfadyen, Natalie Gold, Sarah Snook, Alan Ruck, Jeremy Strong and others.

Here are "Succession" TV series trailer, plot summary, full cast and characters, release date and everything we know so far.

Trailer

Is there a trailer for Succession TV series?

HBO on Thursday, July 11, 2019 released the trailer for "Succession" you can watch here:
Succession: Season 2 | Official Trailer | HBO.

Plot summary

What is Succession TV series plot?

Here is a short review of "Succession" TV series plot summary.

Succession follows the Roy family, owners of media conglomerate Waystar RoyCo. The family patriarch, Logan Roy (Brian Cox), has experienced a decline in health. His four children - removed oldest son Connor (Ruck), power-hungry Kendall (Strong), irreverent Roman (Kieran Culkin), and politically savvy Siobhan (Snook) - all with varying degrees of connection to the company, begin to prepare for a future without their father, and each begins vying for prominence within the company.

Cast

Who plays who in the Succession TV series?

Here is the full cast and characters of "Succession" TV series. Actors and actresses are sorted mostly in credits order.

Hiam Abbass  as Marcia Roy the third wife of Logan Roy
Brian Cox  as Logan Roy the Dundee-born billionaire founder of media and entertainment conglomerate Waystar RoyCo
Nicholas Braun  as Greg Hirsch the grandnephew of Logan Roy and grandson of Ewan Roy
Kieran Culkin  as Romulus "Roman" Roy the third and youngest son of Logan Roy, from his second marriage
Peter Friedman  as Frank Vernon the COO of Waystar RoyCo and longtime confidant of Logan Roy
Matthew Macfadyen  as Tom Wambsgans Shiv's husband and a Waystar executive
Natalie Gold  as Rava Roy (season 1), Kendall's estranged wife with whom he has three children
Sarah Snook  as Siobhan "Shiv" Roy the youngest child and only daughter of Logan Roy from his second marriage
Alan Ruck  as Connor Roy the eldest son of Logan Roy, from his first marriage
Jeremy Strong  as Kendall Roy the second son of Logan Roy, from his second marriage
Rob Yang  as Lawrence Yee the founder of media website Vaulter that as acquired by Waystar RoyCo
Arian Moayed  as Stewy Hosseini (season 2 - present, recurring season 1), an Iranian-American financier and friend of Kendall's
J. Smith-Cameron  as Gerri Kellman (season 2 - present, recurring season 1), general counsel to Waystar RoyCo
Justine Lupe  as Willa Ferreyra (season 3, recurring seasons 1 - 2), Connor Roy's young girlfriend
David Rasche  as Karl Muller (season 3, recurring seasons 1 - 2), Waystar RoyCo's chief financial officer and member of the company's legal team
Fisher Stevens  as Hugo Baker (season 3, recurring season 2), a senior communications executive in charge of managing a scandal involving Brightstar cruise lines
Scott Nicholson  as Colin Logan's body man
Mary Birdsong  as Marianne Hirsch (season 1), Logan's niece and Greg's mother
Molly Griggs  as Grace (season 1), Roman's ex-girlfriend
Swayam Bhatia  as Sophie Roy Kendall's daughter
Quentin Morales  as Iverson Roy Kendall's son
Juliana Canfield  as Jess Jordan Kendall's assistant
Judy Reyes  as Eva (season 1), a member of Waystar RoyCo's legal team and an executive producer at ATN, a news channel owned by Waystar RoyCo
Larry Pine  as Sandy Furness the owner of a rival media conglomerate
Ashley Zukerman  as Nate Sofrelli a political strategist and former romantic partner of Shiv's
Jake Choi  as Tatsuya (season 1), an associate of Lawrence
Peggy J. Scott  as Jeane (season 1), Logan's secretary
Eisa Davis  as Joyce Miller (season 1), the former attorney general of New York elected to a seat in the United States Senate for whom Shiv serves as a political strategist
Mark Blum  as Bill Lockhart the retiring head of Waystar RoyCo's Adventure Parks division
James Cromwell  as Ewan Roy Logan's estranged older brother and Greg's grandfather
Eric Bogosian  as Gil Eavis a Democratic presidential candidate and United States Senator whom Nate introduces to Shiv
Caitlin FitzGerald  as Tabitha Roman's girlfriend
Darius Homayoun  as Amir (season 1), Marcia's son
Harriet Walter  as Caroline Collingwood the second wife of Logan Roy, and mother to Kendall, Shiv, and Roman
Danny Huston  as Jamie Laird (season 2), a banker and financier
Jack Gilpin  as Mr. Wambsgans (season 1), Tom's father
Jeannie Berlin  as Cyd Peach (season 2), head of ATN
Holly Hunter  as Rhea Jarrell (season 2), the CEO of PGM
Kristin Griffith  as Mrs. Wambsgans (season 1), Tom's mother and a highly respected attorney in the Minneapolis - Saint Paul area
Jessica Hecht  as Michelle Pantsil (season 2), a writer researching an unauthorized biography of Logan
Annabelle Dexter-Jones  as Naomi Pierce (season 2), Nan Pierce's cousin
Cherry Jones  as Nan Pierce (season 2), the de facto head of the Pierce family and majority owner of PGM
Babak Tafti  as Eduard Asgarov (season 2), an Azerbaijani billionaire pursued by Roman for his money and ties to the Azerbaijani sovereign wealth
Dagmara Domińczyk  as Karolina Novotney (season 2 - present, recurring season 1), Head of PR for Waystar RoyCo and a member of Waystar RoyCo's legal team
Parker Sawyers  as Alessandro Daniels ("Celebration"), an executive of Waystar RoyCo present during the Vaulter acquisition meetings
David Patrick Kelly  as 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
Annika Boras  as 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
Griffin Dunne  as Dr. Alon Parfit ("Austerlitz"), a corporate therapist hired to work with the Roy family as Logan attempts to rehabilitate their public image
Jeremy Shamos  as Mark Pierce ("Tern Haven"), a member of the Pierce family
Mark Linn-Baker  as Maxim Pierce ("Tern Haven"), a member of the Pierce family
Nore Davis  as Zell Simmons ("Argestes"), a stand-up comedian
Christine Spang  as Lucy
Kelly Nash  as ATN Newscaster
Michael Izquierdo  as Jonas
Nick Mills  as Matt
John Rue  as Dr. Judith
Brock Yurich  as Brex
Noelle Hogan  as Isla
Katie Lee Hill  as Sarah
Jorge Chapa  as Doorman
Patch Darragh  as Ray
Saamer Usmani  as Chris
Lynne McCollough  as Joan
Victor Slezak  as Senator Roberts
Greg Harvey  as Fikret
Zoe Winters  as Kerry
Brian Hotaling  as Mark
Tom Morley  as Doddy
Zack Robidas  as Mark Ravenhead
David Robert Moore  as Male Employee
Anna Wilson-Jones  as Charlotte
Linda Marie Larson  as Senator Katherine Gilliard
Julian Wheeler  as Helicopter Pilot
Debbye Turner  as Susan Vardy
Sharla McBride  as ATN Newscaster
Mark Thomas Epperson  as ATN Newscaster
Lia Lando  as Pierce Anchor
Lauren Patten  as Angela
Zach Cherry  as Brian
Ingvar Sigurdsson  as Magnusson
Edan Alexander  as Kid at Theme Park #2
Jördis Richter  as Spa Worker
Angus Wright  as Phillipe Layton
David Anzuelo  as Pablo
Zoe Chao  as Joyce Miller's Staff
Gunnar Ingi Halldorsson  as Driver
Max Gordon Moore  as Peter Pierce
Aaron Albano  as Young Executive #1
Norma Aurel  as Protest Girl
Christopher Convery  as Kid at Theme Park #1
Becky Baumwoll  as Head of Guest Relations
Victoria Bermudez  as Barista
Karl Melberg  as Icelandic Studio Tech
Christina Rouner  as Marnie Pierce
Ryan Begay  as Leon
Michael Braun  as Chris
Nick Choksi  as Ilhan
Gary Curasi  as Greg's Taxi Driver
Drew Gehling  as Business Alchemist
Richard Vernon  as Richard
Anthony Arkin  as Bill Lockheart
James Beaman  as Roman's Advisor
Selina Boyack  as Theresa Dodds
Jill Dalton  as Diner
Sólveig Eva  as Icelandic Make-up Artist
Robert David Grant  as Bun Mountford
Jacqueline Antaramian  as Ilona Shenoy
Kimberly Bigsby  as Janelle
James Michael Brown  as Office Keeper
Michelle Duffy  as Sharon Peters
Austin Durant  as Dr. Ashbury
Christopher Chan  as Kenneth Chan
Madeline Grey DeFreece  as Laurie
Gabriela Garcia  as Rosa
Marina Kondo  as Translator
Sydney Lemmon  as Jennifer
Sally Murphy  as Kira
Dave Bobb  as Car Service Driver
Joey Brooks  as Tanner
Nick Fondulis  as Puking Guy
Joel Hatch  as Bob Galpin
Raymond J. Lee  as Theme Park Attendant
Taylor Ortega  as Greta
Sal Cecere  as NY Reporter 1
David K. Conklin  as Customer
Cheryse Dyllan  as Organizer
Michael Halling  as Kendall's Advisor
Yoshiro Kono  as Japanese Exec
Sommer Blair  as Fiona
Vic Browder  as Randall Pierce
Esther Chen  as White House Aide #1
Jade Kedrick  as Amy
Jared Martinez  as Tolly
Sandi Bergen  as NY Reporter 2
Jennifer Black  as Chairwoman
Cate Bottiglione  as Mom
Alison Chace  as Newscaster
Chris Fulton  as Max
Kate Levy  as Sally-Anne Cordell
Gabriela Lopez Hernandez  as Lawrence's Assistant
Deborah Chavez  as Tara
Helen Coxe  as Receptionist
Robert S. Gregory  as Dewi Swann
Marcus Ho  as Dr. Lewis
Julia Murney  as Trainer
Mallory Ann Wu  as Gina
Amaya Braganza  as Teen Family Member
Bryan Burton  as Sound Tech
Helena Du Randt  as Toni
Asher Grodman  as Sam
Stephen Innocenzi  as Hot Dog Vendor
Dani Martineck  as Isobel
Justin McGiver  as Nature Guide
Stacey Scotte  as Housekeeper
Ryan Jason Cook  as Hertz Guy
Riley F. Hansen  as Gladhander #1
Surina Jindal  as Sarita Shenoy
Mei C Li  as Nurse Buckley
Joseph J. Parks  as Photographer #2
Jeena Yi  as Kara
Andrew Byatt  as Hotel Manager
Adit Dileep  as Victor
Matt Hurley  as Peter
Christopher Kelly  as Stefan Strauss
Laakan McHardy  as Nikki
Glenn Morizio  as Joel Mastin
Michael Nathanson  as Waystar Executive
Roya Shanks  as Sarah Kilmartin
Susan Blackwell  as Stephanie
Tony Demil  as Chang
Bret Lada  as White House Aide #2
Drew Lewis  as Brad Kilmartin
Justin Long  as Halal Guy
Ron Simons  as Photographer #1
Tom Duncan  as Photographer
Martha Millan  as Maria
Diomargy Nuñez  as Octavia
Ian Poake  as Scott
Cerelina Proesl  as Nia
Alexander Sokovikov  as Anton
Tim Berrington  as Dennis
Bebe Browning  as Kelly
Anna Crilly  as Barmaid
Kym Gomes  as Maria
Michael Mulhearn  as Gladhander #2
Eric Pargac  as Dr. Lipe
Tremayne Rollins  as Kalfu
Phil Smrek  as Kendall's Lawyer
Valerie Edmond  as Organizer
Hunter Emery  as Security Guard
Ivica Marc  as Guide
Greg Powrie  as Steve Dodds
Wayne Pyle  as Steve Cox
Phoenix Carnevale  as Karen
Richard Huw  as Vicar
Cambridge Jones  as Photographer
Jeffrey Omura  as Rob
John Ottavino  as Mr. Polk
Jon Norman Schneider  as Dr. Montgomery
Mihran Slougian  as Datu
Reginald Bannerman  as Security Guard #2
Tyler Fauntleroy  as Waystar PR Flack
Ekin Koç  as Kadir
Nick Reynolds  as Man on the Street
Jamie Richard-Stewart  as Staff Manager
Sathya Sridharan  as Gavin
Michael Crane  as Roland
Greta Quispe  as Malaya
Manny Rubio  as Mac
Wayne Stephens  as Waiter
Gameela Wright  as Dr. Johnson
Selim Bayraktar  as Zeynal
Robert Jack  as Assistant
Erin Roche  as Aide
Talia Thiesfield  as Sacha
Albert Welling  as Paul Dodds
Peter Evangelista  as Waiter
Jason Selvig  as Street Guy
Mandy Siegfried  as Lisa
Bisserat Tseggai  as Asha
Ian Creed  as Coach
Ken Perlstein  as Dad
Tony Roach  as Christo
Eric Robertson  as Master of Ceremonies
Vin Knight  as Teleprompter Operator
Tom Weiss  as Noah
Toshiro Yamaguchi  as Photographer
Nadia Quinn  as Paula Conroy
Preston Fritz Smith  as Lobbyist
Adi Stein  as Stanley
Douglas Waterbury-Tieman  as Male Assistant
Nikki Massoud  as Jai
Zijad Gracic  as Amin
Amos VanderPoel  as Jonah
Pearl Rhein  as Waitress
Robert Krog  as Dave
Max Woertendyke  as Corey
Omar A. Soriano  as Lift Guy
Katie Hartke  as Senior ATN Staff
Lloyd Boyd  as Dancer
Jonas Cohen  as Senior ATN Staff #2
Charisma Glasper  as Dance Troupe #1
Alex Emanuel  as ATN Newscaster
Kassandra Cruz  as Dance Troupe #2
Zoe Hollinshead  as Dance Troupe #3
Ehizoje A.  as Dance Troupe #4
Gabriel Hyman  as Dance Troupe #5
Karen Goeller  as Driver
Cesar Timothy  as College Student
Gina Jun  as Waystar Executive
Chad H Peterson  as Mover
Rick Voight  as Party Guest

Filming

What are Succession filming details?

"Succession" series are produced by Gary Sanchez Productions, Hyperobject Industries and Project Zeus.

The average duration of each episode is 56 - 66 minutes. Country of origin: United States. Original language: English.

Rating

What are critics and audiences saying about Succession TV series?

"Succession" TV series got high rating from critics. IMDB rating is 8.6/10. Rotten Tomatoes rating is 86/100.

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