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Succession is a television show that premiered in 2018 on HBO. It follows the fictional Roy family, a wealthy and powerful media conglomerate family, as they navigate the complexities of family dynamics and corporate power struggles. The patriarch of the family, Logan Roy, is the CEO of the company and is faced with the decision of who will succeed him as leader.

The show explores themes such as greed, loyalty, betrayal, and power. Each member of the Roy family has their own ambitions and desires, which often clash with one another. As Logan's health deteriorates, tensions rise and the fight for control of the company becomes increasingly cutthroat. The show is known for its sharp writing, complex characters, and dark humor.

Succession has been praised by critics for its portrayal of the cutthroat world of corporate media and its commentary on wealth and power in modern society. It has also been recognized for its performances, particularly that of Brian Cox, who plays Logan Roy. The show has been nominated for numerous awards, including multiple Primetime Emmy Awards, and has been renewed for a third season.

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