Succession

Aired: Sep 08, 2019 , Sunday at 21:00 on HBO

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Episode Summary: Logan attempts to solidify his buyout of PGM at a weekend retreat at the Pierce family home, where Shiv, Roman and Connor veer from their carefully orchestrated roles. As the Pierces question whether an alliance with Waystar Royco will tarnish their legacy, Kendall makes his case to Naomi Pierce during a drug-filled night.
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With great power comes great responsibility, and that's not something Logan Roy intends to had off to his kids anytime soon. Succession Season 2 Episode 5 found the Roys hunkered down with their arch rivals on the opposition's home terf, and it didn't take long for the stress to get the better of everyone. And just as fast as Shiv announced herself as the successor to Waystar Royco, she tumbled back down the other side of that pronouncement when Logan refused to commit -- especially whe... more

 
 
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