'Succession' offers first glimpse of season 4 as Logan Roy claims he's 'killing the opposition'
Watch: First look at Succession season 4 shows Logan Roy at his best
Succession fans have got a first look at what could be in store for the Roys in season four with a teaser for the new episodes.
The tense drama about media mogul Logan Roy's empire and his dysfunctional family's attempts to win control as company Waystar's heir is set to begin season four in 2023.
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At the end of the last season, Roy children Shiv (Sarah Snook), Kendall (Jeremy Strong), Roman (Kieran Culkin) and Connor (Alan Ruck) believed they could finally seize the reigns after agreeing to put their differences aside and form an alliance against their father Logan (Brian Cox).
But in the final scenes, Shiv's husband Tom's (Matthew Macfadyen) plotting against her was exposed as it was revealed that he had tipped Logan off about the plan.
And it seems Tom's information has saved Logan's role as head of Waystar Royco as a short clip in an HBO sizzle reel teasing new releases shows him addressing his staff with a typically sweary pep talk.
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He bellows at an office full of employees: “We’re killing the opposition! I’m going to build something better, faster, leaner, wilder.
“I love it here. I f***ing love it!”
Cousin Greg (Nicholas Braun) looks thrilled by the speech, but all four of the Roy children appear increasingly uneasy at the speech which hints at Logan's plan to sell up to tech boss Lukas Matsson (Alexander Skarsgård).
The 10-episode series is expected to be back on Sky in 2023, a shorter wait for fans than the previous season which aired in 2021 after a long break from 2019 caused by the pandemic.
Other shows trailed in the HBO sizzle reel include a new series of The White Lotus, this time welcoming guests to a danger-ridden resort in Sicily.
There is a first look at the new seasons of The Gilded Age, Larry David sitcom Curb Your Enthusiasm, and Sex and the City spin-off And Just Like That.