Succession Season 3 Episode 3: Release Date, Recap, and Speculation

Succession Season 3 Episode 3: Release Date, Recap, and Speculation

Kendall tries to make his case to his siblings, telling them that they are part of a declining empire. He promises that if they align with him, they’d have the opportunity to be a part of a company that’s only headed towards greater successes. Gerri is settling into her new role as interim CEO. Marcia makes a return at Logan’s request. We bring you all the latest updates!

Succession Season 3 Episode 3 Speculation

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Tensions rise with the FBI right at their doorstep and the shareholders’ meeting getting closer. The siblings refuse to align with Kendall despite his powerful pitch.

He still has Lisa Arthur at his side and incriminating information about Logan that he will have to hand over to the government soon. The clock is ticking, will he succeed in taking down Logan? Find out in the next episode.

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Succession Season 3  Episode 3 Release Date

Succession Season 3 Episode 2 will be released on October 31, 2021, at 9 pm ET on HBO Max.

Is the series on break?

No, the series is not on break and will continue as scheduled.

Succession Season 3 Episode 2 Recap

At the beginning of this episode, we see Greg starting to feel a little stifled. Ken assures him he’ll pay for legal counsel for him and a lawyer claiming to represent Waystar Royco shows up at his doorstep. Still unsure, he reaches out to his grandfather for help and he also offers to get him a lawyer.

Succession Season 3 Episode 3: Release Date, Recap and Speculation!
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Shiv is the first of the siblings to arrive for the secret meeting that Ken asked of his siblings, followed by Roman and Connor. Shiv claims she’s only there to get her hands on the documents Ken has that are proof of Logan’s direct involvement whereas Roman claims he’s only there to spy. But it is clear all the siblings have their own vested interests in this meeting and are seriously considering their own positions if they were to align together and push out Logan.

Ken presents his pitch and tells them they can rebrand the company and detoxify its image. He also reassures them there would be no proxy battle with the shareholders and that they would have a settlement. The siblings seem to be growing on this idea, Shiv calls Tom and Roman reaches out to Gerri for advice. However, when a box of donuts arrives with a card addressed from Logan, the siblings immediately shift gears and refuse Ken’s deal.

Logan returns to the city from Sarajevo. Pleased with her loyalty, he offers Shiv the position of president of the company and tells her she needs her to be his eyes and ears.

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About Succession

Succession is a satirical comedy-drama TV series created by Jesse Armstrong for HBO. It follows the Roy family who are owners of the conglomerate media house WayStar RoyCo. With patriarch Logan Roy’s (Brian Cox) health on a steady decline, the heirs of the family business rival against each other for their rightful succession.

Part of the ensemble cast as Logan Roy’s children are Jeremy Strong playing Kendall, Kieran Culkin playing Roman, and Sarah Snook playing Siobhan.