‘Succession’ Review: Season 2 Finale Crowns a Killer and Comes for the King

‘Succession’ Review: Season 2 Finale Crowns a Killer and Comes for the King
[Editor’s Note: The following review contains spoilers for the “Succession” Season 2 finale, Episode 10, “This Is Not For Tears.”]

Kendall didn’t win a kiss from daddy, so he gave him one instead.

Fredo’s kiss was the final piece of an intricate puzzle that began and ended with Kendall Roy giving an awkward press conference at the behest of his father, Logan (Brian Cox). When the season began, everyone in the Roy family just hoped Kendall could keep it together on camera for the duration of a vacation-interrupting interview, but in his latest direct address, he delivered a death blow: telling the media gathered and the world watching that he wasn’t responsible for the company’s cruise-line catastrophes — his father was. Kendall walked into the room as the family’s blood sacrifice, but he walked out as the one holding the knife.

Who would end up the unfortunate son (or daughter) drove most of the discussion leading up to Jesse Armstrong’s Season 2 finale, as the final
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