Succession season 4 episode release schedule: When do new episodes come out?

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Just the thought of what may transpire in Succession season 4 is enough to give us goosebumps, as the final season is expected to be the most dramatic season yet!

At last, we’ll get to know what happens after Kendall Roy and his siblings took a stand against their father, Logan, and his plan to sell his company to someone outside the family. Also, we’ll find out the fate of all of our beloved characters after years of analyzing all the symbolism and recurring themes of each of them.

Will every character make it to the end? Or will a character lose their life in this final season? If a character does pass away, who will it be? Will Logan Roy finally bite the bullet? Or is there someone else’s life in jeopardy?

All these questions will be answered sooner than you know it and the only way to discover these answers is by streaming every episode. Thankfully, we have everything you need to know!

Here’s when every episode of Succession season 4 is expected to release!

Succession season 4 episode count

Similar to previous seasons (except season 3), the fourth and final season will have a total of ten episodes. Each episode is slated to be about an hour or so in duration with an age rating of TV-MA.

The titles of all ten episodes will be revealed to us soon enough. But while we wait for those updates, check out what the episode release schedule for Succession season 4 will look like below (via Newsweek):

  • Episode 1 – Mar. 26
  • Episode 2 – April 2
  • Episode 3 – April 9
  • Episode 4 – April 16
  • Episode 5 – April 23
  • Episode 6 – April 30
  • Episode 7 – May 7
  • Episode 8 – May 14
  • Episode 9 – May 21
  • Episode 10 – May 28

Of course, sometimes schedules don’t always go to plan, so be sure to check back in frequently with Hidden Remote for any updates!

Until then, be sure to head to HBO Max every Sunday night to catch a brand-new episode of Succession! See you there!

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