Kieran Culkin Surprised by Succession’s Unexpected Finale

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Kieran Culkin Talks About Surprise Ending of ‘Succession’

Kieran Culkin has revealed that he did not expect the final season of the acclaimed HBO series ‘Succession’ to be the show’s last. The 40-year-old actor, who played Roman Roy on the show, spoke about his experience on the show and the surprise ending in an interview with Claire Danes.

According to Culkin, the show’s creator Jesse Armstrong was unsure if the fifth season would be the last. He revealed, “He told me before the season started that he thinks this is the end, but he doesn’t know it.” Culkin added that he stopped asking about future seasons and enjoyed not knowing.

However, when Armstrong mentioned that it might be the end, Culkin was curious about the future of his character and the overall story arc. He shared, “He told me what’s going on with Logan, and I asked him to break it all down.”

Culkin also commented on his marriage and how watching the TV miniseries ‘Fleishman Is in Trouble’ helped his real-life romance with Jazz Charton. The actor was a fan of the show and shared that a line from the series really resonated with him. He explained, “There’s a point of one person’s view, and then there’s the seething chasm between them, and then the other person’s point of view.”

Culkin went on to praise the show’s writing and the way it portrayed relationships. He added, “That’s why that episode hit me so hard.”

‘Succession’ aired its final season earlier this year and left fans shocked and thrilled with its unexpected conclusion. Despite the surprise ending, the show was lauded for its writing, performances, and overall direction. It remains to be seen what Jesse Armstrong has in store for fans next, but with ‘Succession’ under his belt, expectations are certainly high.

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