7 Shows to Watch If You’re Already Mourning the End Of ‘Succession’

Succession Season 4

Season four of Succession is premiering within a matter of days and we’re already pre-emptively mourning the series being over.

With Season 3 ending with the ultimate betrayal, fans have been eagerly awaiting for the next series to drop, with creator Jesse Armstrong confirming earlier this year that Season 4 would be the last.

Upon making the decision to announce the ending to the audience pre-premiere, Armstrong had this to say: “I feel a responsibility to the viewership, and I personally wouldn’t like the feeling of, “Oh, that’s it, guys. That was the end.” I wouldn’t like that in a show. I think I would like to know it is coming to an end.”

Succession has been a huge global success, with 48 Emmy nominations and 14 Emmy wins.

While it’s going to be tough to say goodbye, we’ve rounded up some binge-worthy shows to add to your list to help with the post-Succession blues.

P.S. You can watch all of Succession on Binge and Season 4 premieres March 27 in Australia… save the date!

If you’re already mourning the end of Succession, here are some shows that will fill the void.


If you love Succession but for some reason wished it was set on a ranch, well, this is your lucky day. Yellowstone follows the Dutton family and their drama, led by powerful patriarch John Dutton, as his kids try to win his approval and trust while fighting to protect the family’s fortune and legacy.

Watch it on: Stan


Less family-oriented than some of the shows on the list, Veep is still must-watch TV, showcasing dysfunctional relationships with the right balance of humour and drama. The show follows Selina Meyer, the Vice President of the United States, and the day-to-day in her personal life and political world, as well as her strained relationship with the president.

Watch it on: Binge


Set in New York, Billions delves into the power dynamics of the finance and business world and follows a group of wealthy, successful people who want, well… more wealth. The drama follows Bobby Axelrod who will go to any extent to get what he wants, including breaking the law.

Watch it on: Stan

Mad Men

Dive into the 1960s advertising world and get hooked as Mad Men takes you into the professional and personal life of ad man Don Draper, who is charming, mysterious, and utterly narcissistic. The series is also a fascinating look into the changing moods and social norms of 1960s and ’70s America.

Watch it on: Stan


This Netflix reboot was born from the ’80s show about the Carringtons and Colbys, two ultra-wealthy families who get caught up in a feud. With love triangles, betrayals, and the kind of glamorous wealth us mere plebs could only dream of, this show is a perfect binge.

Watch it on: Netflix


Bloodline introduces us to three siblings whose lives start to unravel when their fourth sibling, the black sheep of the family, returns home for a milestone family occasion. The Rayburns’ past is full of dark secrets and things come to an ultimate showdown between the siblings as they try to navigate their past trauma.

Watch it on: Netflix

The Sopranos

Perhaps one of the greatest family-centred dramas of all time, The Sopranos follows the exploits of Tony Soprano an Italian-American mobster, and his attempt to balance his job’s violent nature and crime family with his normal family life.

Watch it on: Binge

Related: Has Anyone Else Noticed How Many ‘Succession’ Actors Are in ‘Inventing Anna’? 

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