Creator Jesse Armstrong has announced that the writing process of the fourth season of the hugely popular, award-winning HBO series Succession is almost complete. Matthew Macfadyen won the supporting actor award for “Succession” at the Virgin Media BAFTA TV awards in London on Sunday. Macfadyen was not there to accept the award. Armstrong received the award on behalf of his actor and later met the press backstage.
“Here in London, we’ve almost finished writing season 4 with the arrival of the American writers. It’s a really great group of people to talk about the nuances of the character and the world and what we’re doing on the show.” Armstrong described the writing area as “pretty boring” and said it was a “Spaces meets WeWork”-like meeting room.
Armstrong said that once he has everything for the season, he will share the script with the cast and seek their feedback. “that’s helpful, they’re smart and they think about their character.” Referring to Macfadyen’s win, Armstrong said, “Matthew is just a nice guy. Since it’s his night, I’m not ashamed to say it’s always been a pleasure working with him.” He added that the actor always had a “sensitive response” to the story.
As an actor, he can do anything, Armstrong said. he added. There has been a lot of speculation about the future of “Succession.” When asked how long he could keep the show on, Armstrong said; “I’m not going to fully answer that. I think it shouldn’t take forever. But we’re still having fun right now.” said.