The 39th and final episode of Succession will be released in the UK on Monday, May 29 – with a feature length instalment bringing an end to the epic battle for control over the Roy family’s media empire.
Winner of multiple Emmy Awards and other gongs, it features a wonderful cast of morally-dubious characters – led by Brian Cox’s monstrous Logan – and twisty plots.
To whet your appetite for the finale, here are the best episodes according to IMDb to binge before bidding farewell to the Roys.
All episodes are available to stream in the UK via Sky Atlantic and NOW TV.
Episode three of season four scores a near-perfect 9.9 rating in IMDb, making Connor's Wedding offically the best episode of Succession. Many have hailed it as one of the greatest hours of television ever, as certain events overshadow Connor's tacky wedding. No spoilers though - in case anybody hasn't seen it yet.
This Is Not for Tears
Silver medal position goes to the final episode of season two. As the future of the Waystar Royco hangs in the balance, Logan retreats to his luxury Mediterranean yacht as he looks for a sacrificial lamb among his family and allies to act as public scapegoat over a damaging sexual misconduct scandal.
All the Bells Say
Set in Tuscany during the marriage of Logan's former wife Caroline, All the Bells Say is the ninth and final episode of season three. It follows the Roy children grappling with their futures amidst Logan's negotiations with GoJo over the fate of the family business.
The fifth episode of the second season of Succession, Tern Haven seen the Roys negotiating with the Pierces, another billionaire family, to acquire their media conglomerate PGM. The horse-trading results in secrets being uncovered, fuelling already-simmering family tensions.
The eighth episode of season three is another chapter set in Tuscany for the wedding of Lady Caroline Collingwood. It closes with the memorable image of Kendall drunkenly lying face-down on a pool float, with his face submerged in the water.