“Succession” Season 4 is here, kicking off the final episodes of the Emmy-winning HBO series. The Roy family is at an inflection point as the final season begins: Logan (Brian Cox) has cut his children out once and for good, preparing to sell Waystar to a tech giant (headed up by Alexander Skarsgard’s Matsson) and severing ties with Kendall (Jeremy Strong), Shiv (Sarah Snook) and Roman (Kieran Culkin).
After watching three seasons of jaw-dropping backstabbing and plot twists, all eyes are on how this thing ends, and if we’ll finally get an answer to the question posed in the show’s first episode: Who will succeed Logan Roy?
With that in mind, you may be wondering when new episodes of “Succession” air, and what time you can watch them (especially if you’re on the west coast). Here’s a complete “Succession” Season 4 episode release schedule.
When Does “Succession” Season 4 Premiere?
HBO premiered the first episode of “Succession” Season 4 on Sunday, March 26, 2023 on HBO and HBO Max
What Time Does “Succession” Come on HBO?
New episodes of “Succession” are available every Sunday at 9 p.m. ET/PT on HBO, but if you’re watching on the HBO Max streaming service (in 4K to boot), you can watch new episodes at 6 p.m. PT so you’re not spoiled by those watching on the east coast.
Are New Episodes Released Weekly or All at Once?
In keeping with the release strategy of past seasons, “Succession” Season 4 will be rolling out weekly. Here’s the full schedule:
- Episode 1: Sunday, March 26 (“The Munsters”)
- Episode 2: Sunday, April 2 (“The Rehearsal”)
- Episode 3: Sunday, April 9 (“Connor’s Wedding”)
- Episode 4: Sunday, April 16 (“Honeymoon States”)
- Episode 5: Sunday, April 23 (“Kill List”)
- Episode 6: Sunday, April 30 (“Living+”)
- Episode 7: Sunday, May 7 (“Tailgate Party”)
- Episode 8: Sunday, May 14 (“America Decides”)
- Episode 9: Sunday, May 21 (“Church and State”)
- Episode 10: Sunday, May 28 (“With Open Eyes”) Series Finale
Who Is in the “Succession” Season 4 Cast?
The “Succession” Season 4 cast includes:
- Brian Cox as Logan Roy
- Jeremy Strong as Kendall Roy
- Sarah Snook as Shiv Roy
- Kieran Culkin as Roman Roy
- Matthew Macfadyen as Tom Wambsgans
- Nicholas Braun as Greg Hirsch
- Alan Ruck as Connor Roy
- J. Smith-Cameron as Gerri Kellman
- David Rasche as Karl Muller
- Peter Friedman as Frank Vernon
- Justine Lupe as Willa Ferreya
- Dagmara Domińczyk as Karolina Novotney
- Fisher Stevens as Hugo Baker
Is This Really the Final Season of “Succession?”
Yes. Showrunner and creator Jesse Armstrong made the decision with his writers late last year that Season 4 would be the last season of the HBO series, despite HBO wanting more.
“We played out various scenarios: We could do a couple of short seasons, or two more seasons. Or we could go on for ages and turn the show into something rather different, and be a more rangy, freewheeling kind of fun show, where there would be good weeks and bad weeks,” Armstrong told the New Yorker. “Or we could do something a bit more muscular and complete, and go out sort of strong. And that was definitely always my preference.”
“It’s been a difficult decision, because the collaborations — with the cast, with my fellow-writers, with Nick Britell and Mark Mylod and the other directors — they’ve just been so good,” he continued. “And I feel like I’ve done the best work I can do, working with them. And HBO has been generous and would probably have done more seasons, and they have been nice about saying, it’s your decision. That’s nice, but it’s also a responsibility in the end. It feels quite perverse to stop doing it.”