It is difficult to imagine Success Without Logan RoyBut the show must go on, even after him Sudden death.
By Logan’s removal from SuccessA playground for corporate offices and boardrooms, Roy’s children and Wystar employees must scramble to find a new CEO. And from the views SuccessIn the mid-season trailer, that process is shaping up to be a vicious battle between the kids – Kendall (Jeremy Strong), Shiv (Sarah Snook) and Roman (Kieran Culkin) and the old guard – Gerry (Jay Cameron), Carl (David Rashe) and Frank (Peter Friedman).
Tom (Matthew Mafadyen) throws his hat in the ring, but as Carl says, “You’re a stupid meddler, and no one will believe you.”
Believe it or not, the CEO storyline isn’t the only major storyline. Success He should be arrested in the coming weeks.
There’s also the presidential election, which could pick up a bit of momentum, considering Connor (Alan Rook) wants his candidate, Jerryd Menken (Justin Kirk), to drop out. The Waystar-Cottage deal is also up in the air, with tensions brewing between Royce and Lucas Matson (Alexander Skarsgård).
As Kendall says, “Let the games begin.”
Success Now airing on HBO Max.(Opens in a new tab)New episodes air Sundays at 9 pm ET on HBO and HBO Max.