The Emmy Award-winning drama returns for its fourth season on March 26
NOTE: This article is a republication- Source: The Wrap (by Lucas Manfredi).
HBO Chief Content Officer Casey Bloys is not opposed to a possible ‘Succession’ spinoff, but argues that it “doesn’t seem like a natural thing.”
“I always say ‘never say never.’ When we started talking about doing a ‘Thrones’ prequel that was something that HBO had historically never done. I had some people internally saying, ‘This is crazy. What are you doing?’ That said, I think that there’s something about the universe that George created that lent itself to [spin-offs],” Bloys told Variety in an interview published Wednesday. “There’s a huge history, a lot of different families, a lot of different wars and battles. It doesn’t seem to me that there’s something in ‘Succession’ where you would go, ‘Let’s follow just this kid’ or whatever. It doesn’t seem like a natural thing to me. But if [creator Jesse Armstrong] said I want to do this, then I would follow Jesse’s lead.”
Bloys’ comments come as the Emmy Award-winning drama is set to return for its fourth season on March 26, which will revolve around the sale of media conglomerate Waystar Royco to tech visionary Lukas Matsson (Alexander Skarsgård).
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