Let the backstabbing begin. One of HBO Max’s most dysfunctional families is back in business as Sequence Season 4 is approaching.
In the end of Sequence season 3, it seemed that the tide finally tipped in Kendall Roy (Jeremy Strong)’s service. His sibling Roman (Kieran Culkin) and Shiv (Sarah Snook) joined forces in an attempt to stop the Waystar Royco merger with Lukas Mattson (Alexander Skarsgard)’s GoJo. But Kendall’s coup to beat their patriarch failed after Shiv’s husband Tom (Matthew Macfadyen) Logan tipped, effectively cutting the trio from their shares.
With 13 Emmy Awards, Sequence has a hype behind it, with fans wondering what lies ahead. This is how it is everything we know about Sequence season 4including release date, cast, trailer and more.
What is Sequence release date for season 4?
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Spring 2023, according to the official Sequence season 4 trailer teaser. Production began in June 2022 and the cast was seen filming scenes on the streets of New York City in January 2023. While we wait for a more specific release date, check back here as we update this page.
Is Sequence season 4 the last?
In February, creators Jesse Armstrong broke fans’ hearts by confirming that The New Yorker that season 4 will be the last people see of the Roy family. As for his reason behind the show’s end, he revealed that it had been in the works for some time.
“It’s been a bit of a torture, and I felt unexpectedly nervous talking to you,” he told the news agency. “You know, there’s a promise in the title Sequence. I never thought this could go on forever. The ending has always been a bit present in my thoughts. From Season 2, I’ve been trying to think, ‘Is it the next one, or the one after that, or is it the one after that?”
He continued: “I met with some of my co-writers before we started writing Season 4, about November, December 2021, and I kind of said, ‘Look, I think maybe this should be it. But what do you think?” … We could do a couple of short seasons, or two more seasons. Or we could go on forever and turn the show into something quite different, and be a more messy, freewheeling kind of fun show, where there would be good weeks and bad weeks. Or we could do something a little more muscular and complete and go out a little strong.”
Who’s in Sequence season 4 cast?
All cards are on the table. Sequence fans can expect the “Rebel Alliance”, as Connor Roy (Alan Ruck) refers to them, in the trenches of it all. It includes Jeremy Strong, Kieran Culkin and Sarah Snook. As for the other pieces on the chessboard, here’s who else is confirmed for Season 4:
- Brian Cox as Logan Roy
- Jeremy Strong as Kendall Roy
- Sarah Snook as Shiv Roy
- Kieran Culkin as Roman Roy
- Alan Ruck as Connor Roy
- Matthew Macfadyen as Tom Wambsgan’s
- Nicholas Brown like Cousin Greg
- J Smith-Cameron as Gerri Kellman
- Peter Friedman as Frank Vernon
- David Rasche as Karl Muller
- Alexander Skarsgard as Lukas Mattson
- Arian Moyaed as Stewy Hosseini
- James Cromwell as Ewan Roy
- Harriet Walter as Lady Caroline Collingwood
What can fans expect from Sequence season 4?
Going on on more episode than last season, Sequence Season 4 will span 10 episodes. It will follow the ongoing family split among the Roys as the prospect of the Waystar Royco deal prompts “existential angst” and, of course, a “power struggle,” according to HBO Max’s description.
If there is anything to know about Sequence, it is that no alliance is permanent. Per Deadline, showrunner Jesse hinted that Tom might regret his risky move because Logan is not someone to trust. “This is bad, but it’s not smart for me to speculate about stuff that will turn into subsequent episodes. I don’t know,” he said of a possible divorce between Tom and Shiv.
He also spoke with IndieWire about Greg’s decision to side with Tom in the finale and how it might affect his character development. “I think we’ve seen that Greg is not disinterested in exercising power and acquiring capital. It’s just that he’s had fairly small amounts of it in the past,” he told the news agency. So maybe Cousin Greg will step into his villain era next season…