Sarah Snook and Kieran Culkin Join Cast of Succession Actresses on The Late Show with Stephen Colbert

Sarah Snook and Kieran Culkin were ready to take on Succession fans when they arrived at The Late Show With Stephen Colbert studios on the Friday before the upcoming season three premiere.

Along with Snook, 33, and Culkin, 39, most of the main cast, including cousin Greg Breakout Nicholas Braun, actor legend Brian Cox and Alan Ruck.

Snook and Culkin wore sleek black ensembles ahead of the late-night New York talk show, while fashionistas favored the more vibrant looks.

Back to work: Sarah Snook, 33, and Kieran Culkin, 39, stars of the popular HBO drama series The Succession Friday led to appearances on The Late Show With Stephen Colbert in New York City.

He lifts Snook from ear to ear out of the studio in a slim ribbed knee-length black dress.

The seductive look featured long sleeves, triangular vents to the chest, and a black bag lined with a thick belt.

The Australian actress stood tall in open black heels and added a pop of color to the outfit with her pale red hair, which she wore mid-rise with an elegant dress.

Culkin looked almost indistinguishable from the successor character Roman Roy with his slim fit, well-fitting black pants, and slim black tie.

Her jacket was wrapped around one arm and she was carrying a handbag with other things.

Change of pace: Nicholas Brown, who brought a lot of comic relief to the succession with his antics as Cousin Greg, looked nothing more than his character in his fancy yellow cashmere coat.

Warm: Brian Cox opted for comfort in a navy double breasted cardigan. It was down to the styles, mixing a ribbed jacket with brown plaid pants and brown boots.

Nicholas Brown, who provided much comic relief to the succession with his antics as Cousin Greg, looked nothing more than his character in his elegant yellow cashmere coat.

The imposing actor wore a tight black jacket under matching pants, along with simple black boots.

Brian Cox opted for comfort in a navy double breasted cardigan.

He went for styles, mixing a ribbed jacket with brown plaid pants and brown boots.

Alan Rock, who plays the eldest son of the Roy family in succession, leaned into the colors in a red plaid suit and burgundy shirt.

Seeing the red: Alan Rock, who plays the eldest son of the Roy family in succession, leans toward colors in a red plaid suit and burgundy shirt.

Also appearing on The Late Show were Matthew Macfadyen, who plays Snook’s husband, Tom Wambsgans, and veteran director J. Smith-Cameron, who has appeared as general counsel for the Waystar RoyCo business empire.

Earlier this week, HBO revealed a new teaser for the third season of the Succession series, which premieres on October 17.

The clip focuses on Kendall Roy (Jeremy Strong) emerging from the explosive press conference of the impressive season 2 finale.

After betraying his father, ailing media mogul Logan Roy (Cox), Kendall steps out to face the music amid a barrage of reporters.

‘You are with me?’ The Succession Season 3 teaser reveals the aftermath of the suspenseful ending as Kendall Roy prepares for battle against her father. The series returns October 17 on HBO.

Cousin Greg (Brown) provided some comic relief and started yelling “No comment!” In the press gang, Waystar Royco, head of PR Carolina (Dagmara Dominczyk), asks him to shut up soon.

The drama begins when Carolina informs Kendall saying that she opened the family business to lawsuits and investigations, and asks why they used the company car to get out of the press conference, given that he no longer works there.

“Are you with me, yes or no?” Carolina asks, saying that she needs a “clean jar” due to her explosive statement.

In front of the music: Kendall addresses a barrage of reporters in what appears to be the beginning of season 3, picking up right where season 2 ended.

No comment: Waystar Royco, Carolina’s head of public relations (Dagmara Dominczyk), told cousin Greg (Brown)

Building her team: Kendall wants to know who is on her side after her father’s recent betrayal

The Good Car: Carolina questions Kendall’s motives as she convinces her to join her fight against her father.

Tension: The trio examine what just happened after that shocking finale.

“Why did you do that like Ken?” She asks, before turning to Greg to ask if he’s involved in that too.

“This is a crossroads in your life in Carolina,” offers Kendall, adding, “This is your good car.”

A previously shared teaser showed Logan in a precarious position after being ambushed by his wayward son during the shocking live press conference at the end of Season 2.

“Are you with me, yes or no?” Kendall asks Carolina, saying that she needs a “clean jar” due to her explosive statement.

The new dog? Viewers want to know if Kendall’s risky game will pay off

The world on his shoulders: Kendall has now opened up to a huge wave of pressure

CLOSED MEETINGS: Carolina is always in charge of protecting public relations as she leads with Kendall and Greg

Who can you trust? It looks like Carolina is looking for Greg’s cousin in the back seat.

In this clip, viewers watched Kendall give herself a pep talk in the mirror as hell raged around her, following her tactical move against her father.

Logan then goes into a blazing rage as it appears the company’s bitter battle will begin in season 3.

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Succession Season 3 returns to Sky Atlantic and NOW starting at 2 am on October 18, 2021. Seasons 1-2 are available to catch up on Sky On-Demand and NOW.

Coming Soon: Succession Season 3 returns to Sky Atlantic and NOW starting at 2am on October 18, 2021. Seasons 1-2 is now available on Sky On-Demand and NOW

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Sarah Snook and Kieran Culkin Join Cast of Succession Actresses on The Late Show with Stephen Colbert