Cellars Instead of Buyers
Forget massive international conglomerates. How about an Apple TV+ show featuring a competition over the world's biggest wine collection?
"It's wild, the way people project all kinds of things onto the character," Strong said.
Strong revealed during the post-episode podcast that he nearly showed a more definitive fate for Kendall Roy in the finale's final scene.
They may not have always come from the greatest shows, but these farewell episodes left us with plenty to remember. Here's where new finales such as "Succession," and "Barry" fit in.
A Success Story?
The critically adored drama never saw the numbers of an HBO blockbuster.
"I would like to thank all of us in the making and creating of this show from the very bottom of my heart," Cox wrote in an Instagram post.
The committed Method actor said that drinking the disgusting smoothie was an easy decision given how much it meant for Kendall's ambitions: "I wouldn't know how not to drink it."
No Real People Involved
In the end, Jesse Armstrong's towering HBO drama produces an honest worldview through agonizing personal choices.
Baby Logan Wambsgans
With "Succession" coming to an end, IndieWire rounded up our favorite finale predictions — and picked who's going to come out on top (so to speak).
Funereal Disease
Cinematographer Patrick Capone unpacks lessons the HBO show has brought to bear on capturing the Roy siblings in the final episodes.
The Endless Cycle
Early in the final season, Jesse Armstrong shocked the world by upending "Succession's" proven dynamic. Not only did it work, but it lends the series a significance that will last long after its ending.
Method Acting
Bowen Yang recalled Strong asking where the bathroom was in preparation for a "Succession" scene.
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