HBO’s Succession series finale is a “feature-length” episode according to the show’s Emmy-winning composer Nicholas Britell.
HBO’s Succession is getting a feature-length runtime for the show’s anticipated series finale. According to Nicholas Britell, Emmy-winning composer of the show, the final episode is 90 minutes.
“It’s a huge episode — like a movie.”Succession executive producer Mark Mylod directs the series finale, premiering on HBO on
Sunday, May 28, during Memorial Day Weekend. The plot of this final episode is still a mystery and fans who were hoping for spinoffs will be disappointed. HBO chief Casey Bloys has said that there are no plans to continue the show, or create a sister series. Given the impressive fan enthusiasm for the show, this status could change, but for now, there’s nothing in the works.Contrary to Bloys’s statement, Armstrong teased that the world of Succession
could return in another form if the interest is there. Armstrong said: “I do believe that this succession story we were telling is finished,” Armstrong. “This is the muscular year to exhaust all of our reserves of interests… When I talked to some of collaborators about the end of the series, I said: Maybe there’s a different part of this universe we could return to, if you’re interested? There might be something else we could do, that would harness the good things about how we worked on this. So that is another true feeling.”https://www.youtube.com/watch?v=1UdLrRbHmr8[but]The fourth and final season finds the sale of media conglomerate Waystar Royco to tech visionary Lukas Matsson moving ever closer. The prospect of this seismic deal causes existential anxiety and family division among the Roys, as they imagine what their lives will be like after the deal is completed. A power struggle ensues as the family weighs up a future where their cultural and political weight is severely curtailed.
would be coming to a close. “We might have almost as soon as we wrote it, which would be weird and perverse,” Armstrong stated. “We could have announced it at the end the season.” I like the idea because it allows the audience to enjoy the show as it is, without having to try to figure out what’s going on or perceive things in a particular way. I feel a sense of responsibility towards the audience, and I wouldn’t want to be left with the feeling that, “Oh, that’s all, guys.” I would not like to see a show end with that. I think I would like to know it is coming to an end.”How do you feel about [announced it]Succession
coming to an end? Let us know what you think in the comments.