Succession season 4 will be "very juicy" according to Gerri star

Yeah... like a poisoned apple.

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J. Smith-Cameron in Succession S4. (Sky/HBO)
J. Smith-Cameron in Succession S4. (Sky/HBO)

Succession's fourth and final season is set to be "very juicy" indeed.

Ahead of its premiere episode, which airs on HBO in the US on Sunday, this insight was provided by Gerri Kellman actress J. Smith-Cameron during a chat with Entertainment Weekly.

"My character is not on terra firma," she said of Waystar Royco's interim CEO. "She's on the outs with both Logan and Roman [Roy], two people she's been the right-hand man to. It's a new limbo that she's in. And yet she's still the canny, capable one in the business, who's always somehow needed."

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Probed for the finer details, Smith-Cameron went on to joke: "I can't say anything [else] about season 4, because they'll sue me, they might kill me. It's very secret.

"I will say, it's very juicy, its got some very startling, cool things in it. It's a bumpy ride."

Brian Cox and Matthew Macfadyen in Succession S4. (Sky/HBO)
Brian Cox and Matthew Macfadyen in Succession S4. (Sky/HBO)

This comes after Logan Roy star Brian Cox admitted that unleashing his acerbic character famous catchphrase ("F**k off!") on the public is a real pleasure.

"Human beings are really weird, they really are weird," the Scotsman told This Morning presenters Holly Willoughby and Phillip Schofield a few months ago.

"'Can you please tell me to...', you know. And you are going, 'Happily!'

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"That’s why it's the easiest thing to say because you are quite happy to tell them to you know what!" he laughed.

Succession airs on HBO in the US, while UK fans can catch it over on Sky Atlantic.

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