Nicholas Braun on on HBO Succession will end with an upcoming fourth season .
The actor, best known for playing Cousin Greg on the Emmy Award-winning series, has partnered with Entertainment Tonight Chat accepted at the 2023 Film Independent Spirit Awards over the weekend The interview was published online on Monday. During the conversation, Braun was asked about Succession creator Jesse Armstrong It was announced last month that the show will end with the 26 episode, which will be on
Start broadcasting The fourth season premieres in March 26.
“That was a big deal,” Braun said of the announcement. “We were expecting it when we were making the show, but you don’t believe it until Jesse says it. We’re all down. I’m sad on the last day.”
Braun explains that he recently wrapped up filming for the season: “I finished filming a few weeks ago and it was a really tough day, you know, saying goodbye to everyone. It was the best work experience of my life. So It was really tough saying goodbye to those people.”
Actor, recent film credits include Cat People , debuted at Sundance this year, and 2023 released Zola, explaining that he and his co-stars were in the dark about what was going to happen to their characters until they sat down to read a table for the season four finale. Succession’ also stars Brian Cox, Jeremy Strong, Sarah Snook, Matthew Macfadyen, Kieran Culkin and Alan Ruck.
“We had an idea,” Braun said of where things were going. “None of us read the script until it came to us—we were sent a form reading draft—so we didn’t quite know how it would end. Regardless, the ending was fire.”
As for his own character, the actor teased Cousin Greg, “He’s been beaten again this season. Some funny stuff.”
In an interview with The New Yorker published last month, Armstrong confirmed that Season 4 will be the show’s last and partly Explains: “I never thought this would last forever. The ending was always on my mind.”