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It's not often the case that I want to not keep watching a series because it's that good — a lot of negatives there, I know. This is a series and season I have only positive feedback to share. I just didn't want this to end. Every episode is a nugget of joy, suspense and wit. We watch the whole of the ensemble come to life, and bring the best of their talent, through the balanced and thoughtful storylines. The filmmaking and style remains consistent and entertaining which is no small feat after watching something like ‘Big Little Lies' which departed into new territory and fell flat in its second season. This show makes it fun to be bad, which is not easy in an era when corruption and evil is all too rampant, but the Roy family manages to do just that. It's an enjoyable ride even when it breaks your heart because you know even the losers here refuse to shut up and take it. There's a palatable life force percolating, even in the most mild incarnation of Kendall Roy, and no matter where it goes from here, this is a worthy feat from the Succession team.