After five years and four engrossing seasons, Succession came to an end with a tense and biting season finale.
Viewers were gripped by the dysfunctional Roy family, with the antics of patriarch Logan and his four unruly children providing constant entertainment.
Each episode came with a myriad of twists, creating the ultimate water cooler moments and viral debates.
Still, fans of Jesse Armstrong’s drama need not despair that it’s over as there are plenty of other gripping shows that will keep you hooked.
Now MailOnline recommends six other shows you can binge on to fill the estate-shaped hole in your viewing schedule.
It’s over: After five years and four engrossing seasons, Succession came to an end with a tense and biting season finale, but there are plenty of other shows to binge-watch.
Cowboy drama: Yellowstone directed by Kevin Costner is often compared to Succession – the dramas released in the same year and are both family dramas
Yellowstone is often compared to Succession – with the dramas coming out in the same year and both being family dramas.
However, it breaks the mold of hit shows as it is not based on the east or west coasts, but in Montana. It is filmed in Utah.
Yellowstone centers on Kevin Costner’s John Dutton, a Montana landowner overseeing his wealth and family, a setting rarely seen among top-rated modern shows.
Although show bosses have just confirmed that the hit series will end after the current season, a sequel has has already received a full series order.
The Netflix series Beef was dubbed the best show of 2023 last month after earning a coveted 100% rating on Rotten Tomatoes.
While Succession focused on family dramas, this ten-episode dark comedy series follows the drama between two strangers who find themselves intrinsically linked in each other’s lives after a road rage incident.
Beef stars Steven Yeun as Danny Cho, a failing entrepreneur with a chip on his shoulder, who takes on Amy Lau (Ali Wong), someone living a very different and quaint life as a self-made entrepreneur.
Fans flooded social media with their thoughts on the drama, with many praising the series for being unlike any other they’ve seen.
Fan favorite: Netflix series Beef was dubbed the best show of 2023 last month after earning a coveted 100% rating on Rotten Tomatoes
Considered one of the most racy shows on TV, the banking series Industry lifts the lid on the cutthroat world of finance.
The action primarily focuses on Harper Stern (played by Myha’la Herrold), a smart but insecure American woman who hides secrets about her past and is led by the vicious and unpredictable Eric Tao (Ken Leung).
Lockdown hit echoes Succession in the shocking stabs needed to move forward, with the the fictional bank trading floor of Industry Pierpoint & Co, an ultra-toxic place where daytime financial machinations are followed at night by intense parties involving champagne, cocaine, pills and random sex.
As one reviewer put it, they “bank all day and bang all night”.
Cutthroat: Considered one of the most racy shows on TV, banking drama Industry lifts the lid on the cutthroat world of finance
The morning show
Much like the third season of Succession, The Morning Show shines a light on toxic work cultures.
The drama series depicts TV presenter Alex Levy’s (Jennifer Aniston) struggle to keep her job on a major morning news program after her longtime co-host Mitch Kessler (Steve Carell) is fired for allegations of sexual misconduct.
Reese Witherspoon stars as Bradley Jackson, a small-town conservative journalist desperate to cement himself as Kessler’s replacement on the show.
The drama – which drew comparisons to the Today Show shot of Matt Lauer – was a hit with fans and was recently ordered for a third season.
Inside the Newsroom: Much like the third season of Succession, The Morning Show shines a light on toxic work cultures
If Succession had followed the Roy children into their teenage years, it’s likely the series would have ended up like The Politician.
The story centers on Payton Hobart (played by Ben Platt from Dear Evan Hansen), who is determined to become President of the United States.
But before he can dream of reaching the White House, he must conquer the election of his Santa Barbara high school for student body president.
The comedy-drama, which is responsible for bringing Oscar winner and Goop founder Gwyneth Paltrow back to acting, is currently developing a third and final season.
Prequel? If Succession had followed the Roy children through their teenage years, it’s likely the series would have ended like The Politician
The press room
If you wanted Succession to focus more on the drama inside the fictional network ATN, then The Newsroom will be the perfect show.
Aaron Sorkin’s drama ran for three seasons on HBO between 2012 and 2014, starring Jeff Daniels as news anchor Will McAvoy.
As the host of the evening show News Night, Will finds himself almost destroying the show after giving an impassioned speech explaining why America “isn’t the greatest country in the world”.
Alongside his ex-girlfriend MacKenzie McHale (Emily Mortimer), he must rebuild his reputation and find a way to revamp his nightly show.
From ATN to ACN: If you wanted Succession to focus more on the drama inside the fictional ATN network, then The Newsroom will be the perfect show
What better way to fill the Succession-shaped hole in your life than with another show from the same creator.
Jesse Armstrong Classic British Peep Show follows the wacky lives of dysfunctional best friends Mark and Jeremy (David Mitchell and Robert Webb) who share a flat in Croydon.
Although the comedy ended three years before the first episode of Succession, superfans of both programs noted a number of Easter eggs planted in the script to mark a crossover between Jesse’s epic creations.
Peep Show has been consistently praised by critics and viewers alike over its nine-season arc and has been described as one of the best television programs ever produced in the 21st century.
Same But Different: What better way to fill the Succession-shaped hole in your life than with another show from the same creator, Peep Show