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Entertainment Succession's Brian Cox addresses missing character

23:55  19 october  2021
23:55  19 october  2021 Source:   digitalspy.com

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Succession season 3 will feature Marcia Roy at some point, Brian Cox has hinted, with the actor admitting he © HBO Succession season 3 will feature Marcia Roy at some point, Brian Cox has hinted, with the actor admitting he "doesn't know" what's happening with the character.

Succession star Brian Cox has hinted at the eventual return of Logan's wife Marcia in season three, but has also conceded that he "doesn't know" how their marriage will play out.

Cox, who plays media mogul Logan Roy, has revealed that a possible reconciliation for the two characters is up in the air following Succession's latest season premiere.

Speaking to The Hollywood Reporter, Cox explained: "It's very difficult to say."

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Talking about the realities of fitting multiple character arcs into the series, Cox continued: "I think one of the difficulties is the storylines of certain characters.

Sarah Snook, Brian Cox, Hiam Abbass, Kristin Griffith sitting at a table: HBO's Succession season 1 © HBO HBO's Succession season 1

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"Sometimes certain characters are put on a back burner, like Connor has been, [or are] coming off the back burner, like Justine Lupe's character has been, too."

Suggesting that Marcia is a character who "has been a bit of a victim of that", the actor added: "She's had to take a backward seat, and also because she wasn't there, she didn't turn up to the boat.

Succession season 2 - Hiam Abbass as Marcia Roy © HBO Succession season 2 - Hiam Abbass as Marcia Roy

"[Logan] was waiting for her to come and she didn't because of her own issues. So that hovered over the script."

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As for where Hiam Abbass' matriarch may next turn up as the battle for Waystar Royco continues, Cox concluded: "I don't know what's happening… [at the start of] season three, that is still very unclear, what that position is."

Succession season 3 cast © HBO Succession season 3 cast

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In terms of Succession's future as a show, the Logan actor recently suggested that the black comedy-drama is already "morphing into other areas".

"It's becoming much more of a... I don't want to say 'humanist document' because Jesse [Armstrong, creator] would hate that," he offered. "But the show has taken on its own life, it's creating its own life. And that's a big advantage."

Succession season 3 airs on HBO in the US, and on Sky Atlantic and NOW in the UK.

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