As the world continues to discuss the Succession series finale, Brian Cox is sharing his heartfelt thoughts on the era Idea as Logan Roy on HBO’s Emmy Award-winning drama.
Actor who played the role of Patriarch Roy 1235370020 in the premiere episode aired in June, He expressed his appreciation for the show’s cast and crew on Monday on his Instagram Story. After four seasons, Succession ended the night before with
no shortage of memorable moments.
“We have now reached a dead end,” Cox wrote. “This is hands down the greatest work experience ever in my career. The harmony between the cast and crew is just amazing. It’s turning into a great series but with love and commitment to the cast and writers , make it memorable.”
He continued, “From the bottom of my heart, I want to thank all of us for making and creating this show.”
In his review of the ending , The Hollywood Reporter , chief TV critic Daniel Fienberg, described the episode as “vicious, funny and haunting” and hailed it as “a great end to a great TV show.”
In an interview with Amol Rajan of BBC News airing before the finale, Cox said he felt that Logan was in The death in the third episode of season four was ” finally too early “, although he pointed out The death of the character is part of the “brilliant scene”.
Succession, Jesse Armstrong is the creator of the series, which has an extensive cast that also includes Jeremy Strong, Sarah Snook, Matthew Macfadyen, Kieran Culkin, Nicholas Braun and Alan Rucker.
THR’ CompleteSuccession Ending Report can be read here . 1235502628