“Succession” Season 3 Premiere – The reviews are in!


Succession has returned to huge, high numbers on the show over the past week, and viewers and critics are now weighing in on the premiere.

Adrien brody and Alexandre skarsgard star of season 3: Adrien is billionaire activist investor Josh Aaronson, while Alexander plays the role of Lukas Matsson, a successful and confrontational founder and CEO of tech.

In season 3, the Roy family choose sides in the confrontation between Kendall (Jeremy Fort) and his father Logan (Brian cox).

Sarah snook, Kieran culkin, Alain ruck, Nicolas braun, Matthieu Macfadyen, Peter Friedman, and no longer as a star in the HBO series.

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Here’s what critics are saying about the Season 3 premiere …

The show currently has a 96% Fresh rating on Rotten tomatoes among critics, and a rating of 88% among the audience.

The daily telegraph gave it 5 out of 5 stars, writing, “I always marvel at how Jesse armstrong, the writer who perfectly captured the lives of two losers in a Croydon apartment in Peep Show, also created this show, set in the rarefied world of billionaires, and made it just as authentic.

THR wrote: “When they throw the most lavish and unbearable parties imaginable, Succession clicks. But every second that we speak directly about politics is a second that we don’t laugh at Kendall for forgetting her children.

Weekly entertainment gave it a B +, writing, “The idea that Kendall, Shiv, Roman and Connor are just damaged kids playing as adults is even more important this season, as the four siblings try to haggle, argue and hide their way to common ground.

Salon wrote “Succession spreads grim hilarity among the Roys as well, although it takes around two episodes for the series to regain the balance that makes it the most hilarious drama on television.

Rolling stone gave it 4 out of 5 stars, writing, “Over and over again, Armstrong and his associates keep things fresh by reminding us that sluggishness is the defining characteristic for so many of his regulars.”

Washington post said, “Season 3 often feels like a closed fist – there’s a compressed, almost uncomfortably tight focus on the aftermath of Kendall’s mutiny, and it continues to hit its characters hard.”

AV Club noted: “What is a little concerning, however: Succession seem a little too aware of the hype this series is now set in? “

Atlantic wrote: “It might be rude to complain about a series that is consistently better written and more refreshing and caustic than anything else on TV. But for me, season three reveals some wear and tear in a concept that once felt very original. “

The Boston Globe wrote: “I found myself laughing more than ever at the creator Jesse armstrongsuper rich drama queens and opportunists. The Veep the mood is stronger and sharper, with characters tying insults that seem to turn common obscenities into metric poetry.

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