HBO releases the full script for Logan’s death episode

The fourth and final season of Succession It’s in the books now, but the impact of the complex drama will certainly continue elsewhere. Season four of Succession Essentially “breaking the internet” early on with the death of patriarch and series star Logan Roy (Brian Cox), which arrived abruptly in the third episode of the season, “Connor’s Wedding.” Now, fans can absorb this episode in a whole new way, by reading the official script. Delivery time The script was released recently for “Connor’s Wedding” as part of the It Starts on the Page feature, You can check it out for yourself here.

“We wanted to capture the sense of death that people experience in modern times, separating the connection through phone and email,” series creator and episode writer Jesse Armstrong explained at the time.

Why Succession finish?

In an interview earlier this year, Armstrong confirmed He comments on some of the stars of the series It has been hinted that the fourth season could be the last outing for the series.

“We could have said that as soon as I kind of decided, almost when we were writing it, which I think would be weird and perverted,” Armstrong explained. “We could have said that at the end of the season. I absolutely love that idea, creatively, because then the audience will be able to enjoy everything as it comes, without trying to figure things out, or perceive things a certain way once they know it’s the last season. But.” Also, the parallel idea is that we don’t hide the ball too much in the show. I feel a responsibility to watch, and I personally don’t like feeling like, ‘Oh, that’s it.’ youths. That was the end. “I don’t like it about the show. I guess I’d like to know it’s coming to an end. And there’s also a bunch of clichés, like it might be weird for me and the cast as we do the interviews. It’s quite the end, so it can be uncomfortable having to come out Like a politician for the ages about it. I hope the show is anti-bullshit, and I don’t want anyone’s bullshit when I’m talking about it.”

“I was a bit tortured,” Armstrong said elsewhere in the interview, “and unexpectedly nervous about talking to you, because the whole thing is theoretical up to this point, and I’ve tried to keep it theoretical for a plethora of reasons.” Who knows about the psychological reasons, but the creators felt it was really helpful not to make the final, final decision for the ages. You know, there’s promise in the title of ‘Succession.’ I never thought this could go on forever. The ending has always been fresh in my mind. .Since season two, I’ve been trying to think: Is it next, is it next, or is it after that?”

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The fourth and final season of Succession It airs Sundays on HBO.

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