Succession is back, taking its coveted spot on the HBO Sunday night line up for its fourth and final season. The Roys will be back too, for more deals, dysfunction, and drama, and the new season is supposed to pick up just after the big season 3 finale on the timeline. The sale of Waystar Royco gets closer everyday!
This season will welcome back actors Brian Cox, Jeremy Strong, Sarah Snook, Kieran Culkin, and Matthew Macfadyen. Fans might have their schedule locked in for every one of these show’s episodes this year, but in case you’re a little unsure of how to tune in, here’s all the info you need.
What time do Succession episodes start streaming?
Succession season 4 premieres on Sunday, March 26, at 9 PM EST, and will be available to stream on HBO Max starting at 9 PM EST or 6 PM PST. They will be successively dropped every Sunday after.
For online viewers, an HBO subscription is needed to watch, though cable subscribers should have the channel. It’s possible to have just an HBO Max subscription, which starts with plans at $9.99, or bundle it with Hulu or Prime Video. Prime Video offers a 30 day free trial followed by an extra charge of $15.99 a month. Hulu has a base subscription of $7.99 and the added HBO subscription is $14.99.
When does the next episode of Succession season 4 come out?
Succession season 4 will have a total of 10 episodes airing weekly, and this is the current release schedule:
- Episode 1: Streaming on March 26, 2023
- Episode 2: Streaming on April 2, 2023
- Episode 3: Streaming on April 9, 2023
- Episode 4: Streaming on April 16, 2023
- Episode 5: Streaming on April 23, 2023
- Episode 6: Streaming on May 7, 2023
- Episode 7: Streaming on May 14, 2023
- Episode 8: Streaming on May 21, 2023
- Episode 9: Streaming on May 28, 2023
- Episode 10: Streaming on June 4, 2023
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