Jesse Armstrong-created Succession is one of Those high-profile Displays of HBO. The station commissioned Succession for Season 3 last August before the end of Succession Season two. However, the Covid-19 pandemic caused a delay in the filming of Succession Season 3.

As per the recent updates, the filming for the favorite comedy-drama is penalized. It appears HBO will bring Succession Season 3 as soon as possible. The production has wrapped its filming in New York and has moved into Italy for shooting the rest, shown Costumer Midge Denton within her Instagram post.

Before the filming started, Brian Cox told to The Scotsman, “Season three is written and ready to go, but we must get our various people from around the world and work out places. Interestingly enough, there is also whether we admit Covid-19 within the next show. There is a lot of ifs and buts, but we will be going on.”

Casey Bloys, the chief content officer at HBO and HBO Max, told Deadline he wishes in a”normal world” Jesse Armstrong-created show to premiere at the Q4 of 2021.

“But that could mean we don’t get hit with any Covid delays. A lot of that will depend on the way the vaccine rolls out, how much a variable Covid is. It is still very much a true thing in production right now, hopefully, it gets easier to manage. It is difficult to predict right now,” explained Casey Bloys.

Succession follows the Roy family, who are the proprietors of the media conglomerate Waystar Royko. The Logan Roy’s (played by Brian Cox) kids fight back to get control of the company. Succession Season 2 left us with many cliffhangers. We saw Kendall (Jeremy Strong) declaring war against his dad Logan Roy. Attacked by his rebellious son, Logan Roy begins Succession for Season 3 in an unsafe place.