first take a look at season 4 shared in HBO supercut trailer

HBO have shared a primary take a look at season 4 of Succession in a supercut trailer of quite a few forthcoming reveals – test it out beneath.

Amongst sneak peeks of The Final Of Us, The White Lotus, Love & Demise and extra, the community have shared a brief trailer of footage from Succession‘s upcoming fourth season.

Within the brief trailer, which confirms that the brand new season will arrive in 2023, Logan Roy (Brian Cox) says: “This isn’t the tip. We’re killing the opposition,” in amongst photographs of his youngsters wanting exasperated.

“I’m going to construct one thing higher, sooner, leaner, wilder,” he shouts. “I find it irresistible right here! I fucking find it irresistible!”

See the trailer beneath, with the Succession snippet on the 1:30 mark.

Succession was renewed for season 4 in October 2021 earlier than most of season three had even aired, with filming starting in June of this 12 months.

A brand new report acknowledged that Alexander Skarsgård (Lukas Matsson), Nicholas Braun (Greg Hirsch) and Sarah Snook (Shiv Roy) have been taking pictures components of the fourth season in Norway, with an episode set to see Matsson lure the Roy household to the Norwegian mountains.

Chatting with Selection, producer Scott Ferguson stated: “We had been actually excited when Alexander got here aboard – he’s an exquisite actor. And from the start, [showrunner Jesse Armstrong’s] concept was that the tech firm was going to be led by somebody from a Scandinavian nation. Within the author’s room, round February, Jesse had an concept for an episode they wished in [Matsson’s] a part of the world.”

Reviewing season three of Succession, NME stated it was “nonetheless the most effective present on TV,” writing: “There’s a purpose it’s notably beloved within the media panorama. The place it has soared, over its 27 chic episodes, has been when it has allowed its characters’ masks to slide and for dramatic change to really happen.

“On this new season we could have wished rather less “optics” and “temperature” and a bit of extra mask-slipping. However, whether or not it may be categorised as pleasure or not, Succession‘s grip continues to tug us in as strongly as ever, down into the murky deep.”