Roys seemed rattled in the previous episode of Succession. The company’s future and that of the entire country were on the line in a piss-off between two men who can’t even urinate on their own. These two old men have so many lives in their hands, and they only care about themselves. Check out our Succession Season 3 Episode 5 recap! The upcoming installment is eagerly anticipated by fans. The trailer for Succession Season 3 Episode 6 “What It Takes” can be found below, along with the air date.
Succession Season 3 Episode 6 Spoilers
Our first task is to get the episode title out of the way in “What It Takes.” That indicates desperation, which should come as no surprise. As Logan and the rest of the team prepare to travel to Virginia for a conservative political conference, Roman receives some unexpected news regarding his mother. this episode continues the season’s near-constant power struggle. But when and/or how it happens remains to be seen. For now, we know that the Roy family retains power albeit a fragment of it and that is worth celebrating. Logan just smacked Kendall with one of the most powerful moves available. That will produce enormous resentment in the future.
Succession Episode 306 Synopsis: Logan and the team head to Virginia for a conservative political conference, where Roman finds out surprising news about his mother.
Succession Season 3 Episode 6 Release Date
HBO’s Succession Season 3 Episode 6 will release on Sunday, November 21 at 9 pm ET/PT, (US), and in the UK on Monday, November 1 on Sky Atlantic and NOW. The series will also be available online on HBO Max. You may watch the show online via DirecTV, Xfinity Stream, Hulu, or Youtube TV. Season 3 is also available on Amazon Prime Video. Previous seasons are available on-demand on iTunes, Vudu, Google Play, and Microsoft Store.
How many episodes are left in Succession Season 3?
Thinking forwards, this season will consist of nine episodes, which is one less than the previous one. In the schedule below, you can see when all of the episodes will be released:
On Sunday, October 24th, Succession Episode 302 aired ‘Mass in Time of War,’
on Sunday, October 31st, Succession Episode 303 will be ‘The Disruption.’
On Sunday, November 7th, watch Succession Episode 304: ‘Lion in the Meadow.’
On Sunday, November 14th, see Succession Episode 305: ‘Retired Janitors of Idaho.’
On Sunday, November 21st, watch Succession Episode 306: ‘What It Takes.’
On Sunday, November 28th, watch Succession Episode 307: ‘Too Much Birthday.’
On Sunday, December 5th, watch Succession Episode 308: ‘Chiantishire’
on Sunday, December 12th, watch Episode 9: TBA.
Succession Season 3 Episode 4 Recap
Following the disastrous meeting with Josh Aaronson (Adrien Brody), this week’s Succession hinges on Logan (Brian Cox) reassuring Waystar’s shareholders or allowing rivals Sandy (Larry Pine) and Stewy (Arian Moayed) to seize control. But Logan isn’t feeling well and is separated from his assistant Kerry (Zoe Winters). Sandy and Stewy want to meet Team Logan first to discuss a settlement. Logan declined to meet them. Team Sandy requests the right to veto any Roy child becoming CEO, which Team Logan denies – but not before Gerri (J. Smith-Cameron) seriously considers it, which enrages Roman (Kieran Culkin). Logan, unconcerned, gives Connor (Alan Ruck) a senior position in the European cable division. Even worse, Greg’s grandfather Ewan (James Cromwell) gave Greenpeace his entire estate. Enraged Greg has joined Logan’s “gang of crapulous shils”.
When Logan asks his bodyguard what he thinks of the proposed deal. Calling Gerri, Sandy, Sandi, and Stewy ask for another clause is added: no private jets. The deal collapses as Frank (Peter Friedman) addresses the shareholders. Tom is when Logan grunts for his help from inside the cubicle. “ Logan thanks Tom, calling him “son”. Logan should have been taking his pills. Meanwhile, Greg asks someone on the phone if one can sue one’s grandparents “in a loving way”. He then sues Greenpeace. While the President tells Roman he won’t run for re-election because of ATN’s coverage, Shiv (Sarah Snook) accepts the deal, offering Sandy and co. the fourth seat if Waystar can get one for Shiv as well. So, the deal is done, and documents are drawn up. Tom tells Shiv he is monitoring her periods because he wants to impregnate her before he goes to jail .
Further souring the mood is an impromptu onstage appearance by Kendall, who wants a moment’s silence for the victims of Waystar’s many crimes because he hasn’t been in the spotlight for a few hours. Backstage, Logan upsets Shiv by telling her that he wouldn’t have done the deal she did, shouting that she needs to stop buzzing in his ear. As if alienating one child wasn’t enough, he then tells Kerry that he wants her to permanently block Kendall’s number so that he can’t call him again. Kendall tries to call his father, but Logan tells Kerry to block Kendall’s number. In response to Kerry’s question, “Are you sure?” No matter what happens at work, Logan wants Kendall to know he’s still got it.