What Was Succession About?

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Succession is an American dark comedy-drama television series that airs on HBO. The grand finale of the series aired recently. It has various twists and turns. There is a thin line between comedy and drama in this series.

Jesse Armstong’s corporate saga revolves around the Waystar family. It contains many facets. It portrays an amoral look at the stupidity of capitalism. Read this article to know What was Succession, ultimately, about?

What was Succession about?

Succession is a story about the Logan family. The story revolves around the biggest media and entertainment company in the world. Logan’s family’s life takes a drastic turn when their father steps down from the media company. The family has enough power to mess the world up.

Throughout the series, fans wondered who would become the next CEO of Waystar Royco after Logan Roy’s death. The series finale finally solved the question.

None of the Roy siblings overtook power as the new CEO of the biggest media and entertainment company. Kendall, Roman, and Shiv did not become the CEO of the company. Tom, Shiv’s husband, became the new CEO of the company. Yes, you heard it right.

Kendall, Roman, and Shiv try everything in their power to fight against each other. The three siblings wanted to become the CEO of the company. Kendall and Roman fought with each other on this matter. Later on, Shiv made the final decision and voted in favour of her husband Tom.

At the end of the series, Shiv was seen leaving in a private car with Tom. Roman was seen at the bar, while Kendall was seen sitting on a bench in a park. Kendall was watching the sunset.

Jesse Armstrong and Adam McKay are the executive producers of the series. Jesse Armstrong, Georgia Pritchett and Jonathan Glatzer are the writers of the series.

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