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The moment Succession became a fashion series, according to a Chilean critic



The fourth season of the high-profile HBO series, Succession, premieres this Sunday at 10 p.m.

At the end of the third season, Kendall (Jeremy Strong), Shiv (Sarah Snook) and Roman (Kieran Culkin) band together to overthrow media mogul and entertainment icon Logan Roy (Brian Cox), creator of Waystar. Remember that you decided to Loikaw.

Roy running the White House?

An older Roy, Connor, who has been trying to avoid family feuds, has his sights set on the White House, and his competition for the U.S. candidacy is getting stronger.

Although he doesn’t have the support of his family, there’s no doubt that Connor is more dedicated to his cause and will become a much-needed figure in the Roy family’s power race.

Any resemblance to reality is pure coincidence

The parallels with reality are more present. With the potential sale of the empire, Logan was able to play his final card to keep his treasured TV channel, ATN, out of the deal.

All this with the goal of maintaining some degree of clout and using this means of communication as a tool in the face of a US presidential election in which Roy will certainly be the star.

critic’s opinion

Below, some critics opined on the moment that marked the third season of this recently garnering attention.

“It’s very difficult to pick a favorite moment from the third season, because there are so many. ‘Succession’ seems like a very good series, so Logan Roy (Brian Cox) and his three Kendall (Jeremy Strong), the son-in-law candidate for the throne, picks a moment that sums up all his conflicts with Roman. (Kieran Culkin) and Shiv (Sarah Snook),” points out critic and screenwriter Diego Muñoz.

“The truth is that everything that has accumulated since the first season only explodes and fails miserably in this prime moment when the Logan kids unite for the first time and decide to stand up to Logan.” , is what I’m most looking forward to this fourth and final season,” says the author of the book I Love The Office and voice of the Flimcast podcast.

As critic Sol Marquez Tomas points out: series and you can understand how despicable these characters are.

“In the first chapter, the possibility arises that Logan Roy intends to poison Kendall, the son who rebelled against him the most. It shows a (justifiable) fear of their father and a determination to do whatever it takes to destroy their enemies.

“And it’s also a strategy that Logan himself considers possible. In Episode 8, when he sits down and talks with Kendall at a private dinner, he not only insists on not eating, but also has medical issues. For some reason, his grandson acts as a taster for your dinner so you don’t become addicted.Both Logan and Kendall sacrifice members of the family to gain or secure power. It’s a moment away from the humor of the scenes in the first chapter to hint at what we’re willing to do,” he adds.

In this same line, film critics say there are two key moments. “Firstly, the conversation Shiv had with her mother in Italy is both enlightening and heartbreaking. Her mother accused her of being her main pain/problem and called her ‘ Define her as an onion. This refers to Shiv’s behavior when she was just a 10-year-old girl. He should have gotten a dog. A truncated decision because Logan kicked them, as if Logan wasn’t a very punishing father with his daughter and son. It’s pure literal, figurative cruelty. It’s an act,” he says.

“And of course it has to do with the most unexpected betrayal, but it’s also the season’s main twist, built and foreseen from the first chapter of the series.” Wanting to access the Blessings forever, he spent three seasons trying to achieve it, trying various strategies without success, and the way to succeed is the Waystar Loiko Patriarch’s It has to do with logic: I will betray whoever I need,” he says.

“‘You’re not a murderer,’ Roy told Kendall at the end of season 2. What Tom proved was a murderer. To “conclude cultural journalists and radio panelists,” he added.

Then Seriepolis and TV Cibamente commentator Luis Gonzalez chooses: Being Roman is Roman. ”

“Logan saw the nudes and Roman realized he was wrong and looked terrible. It’s still transcendent in the story because it’s a story,” he says.

“It’s a great moment because it’s unexpected and fun. Only HBO could show something like that and show a story like that.

Source: Biobiochile

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