Succession star Nicholas Braun teases "big" and "bold" moments for Greg in season 4
Succession star Nicholas Braun has teased that there will be some "big and bold" moments for his character in the fourth and final season of the show.
The final chapter of the HBO comedy-drama got underway last night (March 26), with the remaining episodes promising much drama for the Roy family.
In an interview with Deadline, Braun spoke about the concluding season and the ramifications for his character, Greg Hirsch.
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"Season four is big for Greg," said Braun. "Greg is tested and [he] puts himself forward as a different kind of guy at times this season – he’s more bold and strategic than we’ve ever seen him [before]. He’s always been a guy who’s tried to play whatever sides are available to him and he really leans into that this season."
Braun, who has twice been nominated for a Primetime Emmy Award for his performance, also spoke about the possibility of there being a spin-off to the series, saying: "I’ve been making jokes that we’ve already got it greenlit, and we’re going to start shooting it soon but, no, there is not.
"It’s a fun thing to talk about [but] we’re focused on this – this is the main event of our lives," he continued. "This is the best creative experience I think either of us [creator Jesse Armstrong] have had, but I appreciate people wanting more of Greg. That feels good, but just enjoy the season. You’re going to get a nice healthy dose of what you like out of these guys."
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Braun isn’t the only cast member to talk about the prospect of a spin-off or continuation, with J Smith-Cameron recently revealing she would jump at the chance of playing Gerri Kellman again.
"Maybe it could be like a 'Better Call Gerri' show, where it's all about the fixer and different cases – I don't know," she said. "I don't think there should be a show about Gerri per se, but I do think that there could be some kind of sequel to the show, with or without Gerri. I think there's a lot of material."
Succession airs on HBO in the US, and Sky Atlantic and NOW in the UK.
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