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It's Official: Succession Is Coming Back for a Second Season

Here's what's next for the Roy family.
IMAGE COURTESY OF HBO
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The shocking finale of Succession's first season just aired over the weekend, but we're already thinking about what's next for the Roy family. Here's everything we know about season two so far. (Be forewarned, light spoilers ahead.)

THE SHOW WAS RENEWED IN JUNE, SHORTLY AFTER IT DEBUTED ON HBO.

The Roy family is coming back for a second season, but at this point, a premiere date for new episodes has yet to be shared publicly.

THE SHOW'S WRITERS HAVE ALREADY STARTED WORKING ON SEASON TWO.

"We’ve been working away," showrunner Jesse Armstrong said in an interview with The Hollywood Reporter.

"We've got a very early shape, but it could change," she continued, vaguely explaining the plot of the second season.

"I think we'll end up coming through on this, but my thought was that we've got this big company that we’ve set up with cruise lines and theme parks and a news channel and a bunch of other channels. And I think if people are interested in going on the journey with us, we could go into the weeds a little bit, as long as we keep the character and family interrelationships, which are the heart of the show. As long as we keep those going, people will find it interesting to see how the theme park runs, and the news channel and some other divisions of the company. That's one initial thought."

IT'S UNCLEAR AT THIS POINT HOW THE CAST WILL CHANGE IN SEASON 2.

"It’s too early to say, I’m afraid," Armstrong said when asked about new characters in that same THR interview.

We don't know much just yet, but we'll continue to update as more details about the next season are revealed.

This story originally appeared on Townandcountrymag.com.
Minor edits have been made by the Townandcountry.ph editors.

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