How to Watch 'Succession,' HBO's Emmy-Winning Drama

Chloe Foussianes
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Photo credit: Graeme Hunter/HBO
Photo credit: Graeme Hunter/HBO

From Town & Country

If you're looking to get into HBO's cult hit Succession—maybe because of its recent Emmys wins, or to oblige a friend who's been pestering you to watch it for years, or simply to understand the endless Twitter memes the show's generated—anytime is a good time.

With two full seasons available at the click of a button and a third on the way, there's plenty of content to savor. (And yes, this is definitely a series that holds up over multiple viewings, should your obsession reach a fever pitch. Succession will never let you down, even if its cast of scheming millionaires are among television's least dependable.)

Below, all the details on how to watch Succession. You're welcome.


Photo credit: Zach Dilgard/HBO
Photo credit: Zach Dilgard/HBO

There are plenty of options for streaming Succession.

Like all HBO shows, Succession can be accessed digitally in several ways. It's of course available through HBO on cable and through HBO Max for those with the pertinent subscriptions; other options include adding an HBO subscription to a Hulu plan or Amazon Prime Video account ($15.99/month each, after a free trial) and buying individual episodes or seasons through the usual host of services, including Amazon, Google Play, YouTube TV, and iTunes.

For a brief time near the beginning of the pandemic, HBO had made Succession available to watch for free, along with a host of its other hit shows. Sadly, that's no longer the case; if it's free streaming you're after, you'll have to do it the old-fashioned way: starting and canceling a free trial.

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