For everyone out there psyched to see Succession season 4 on HBO, we’re inching ever closer to it happening! Sure, we recognize that it is still an eternity away, but we’re happy to get some more tidbits and news virtually wherever we can.
We know that a premiere date announcement is likely to come either at the end of this year or in early 2023; with that in mind, why not wonder what else could be coming with it? Is HBO going to tie this reveal to some other cool stuff, as well?
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The first thing we’re expecting alongside some sort of premiere-date reveal is actually pretty simple: A teaser. It makes too much sense for the network to reveal some sort of footage, even if it’s just ten or fifteen seconds. HBO recognizes most likely that they can be pretty economical with this stuff and they don’t have to rush anything along. They can share what they want and save the rest for a full trailer, which we tend to think will be closer to a premiere.
Beyond that, we also are expecting some sort of poster, otherwise known as key art within the industry. We feel like the art for season 4 will revolve around Kendall, Shiv, and Roman being somewhat separate from the Waystar empire, while Tom is placed closer to Logan — more evidence of his betrayal and the aftermath of it. This season should be intense because of the events of season 3 — and also chaotic in all the best ways.
Monday is the Primetime Emmy Awards, and we tend to think that the bulk of the cast for the HBO show is going to be there. Even if there is no specific reveal in regards to a season 4 premiere date at the event (that seems unlikely), you could get potentially an approximate window or a tease or two about filming.
What do you think will be released alongside a Succession season 4 premiere date?
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