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"Heirs" is stuck in limbo in the new season, and even so it is a great series - Walla! culture

2021-10-18T21:04:04.616Z

After the twist of the end of the second season, from the great TV moments of recent years, one could expect a complete blast of "heirs" cards. But that's not what's happening. The Roy family splits into camps, and yet the dynamics are the same familiar, screwed-up and delightful dynamics. However, something must move



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"Heirs" is stuck in limbo in the new season, and even so it is a tremendous series

After the twist of the end of the second season, from the great TV moments of recent years, one could expect a complete blast of "heirs" cards.

But that's not what's happening.

The Roy family splits into camps, and yet the dynamics are the same familiar, screwed-up and delightful dynamics.

However, something must move

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Ido Yeshayahu

Monday, 18 October 2021, 19:08 Updated: 19:25

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Trailer for the third season of "Heirs" (HBO)

Through the richness, splendor and screen of laugh-out-loud insults, at its core "Heirs" is a series about one of the most fucked-up families the small screen has ever known. Not just Brother Roman (Kieran Kalkin), the obvious one, who comes to a sexual outlet only when offended, but just about everyone, including those who seem more normal. The eldest Conor (Alan Rack) lives in a bubble that hovers over our world. Kendall (Jeremy Strong) is a drug addict who enjoys random abuse of others. Shiv (Sarah Snook)'s relationship with her husband (Matthew McFadden), who hails from a normative family from the heart of America, proves time and time again that she doesn't really know how to behave in human company.



Above them all stands their father Logan (Brian Cox) like a statue - casts its shadow on them, immovable.

Unlike his descendants, Logan came from below and made his fortune with his own hands, so he certainly knows the real world.

But as the scars we saw on his back testify in the first season, this real world has not spared him his tribe, and he himself has bequeathed and continues to bequeath the pus to his children.

Since the beginning of the series Logan makes the idea of retire as CEO of the company he founded, "and Oiistar Warwick", and pass the reins to one of his children. But he can not bring himself to do it, even when his health clouding his judgment.




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Unmovable.

Brian Cox as Logan Roy, "Heirs" Season 3 (Photo: David M. Russell / HBO)

This is a delicate balance that concerns his legacy: when will the day come when he himself may damage it?

And on the other hand, how can he transfer his concern to one of these troubled young people?

But these young people are upset because he is the one who knocked them out.

For decades he abused them emotionally, mentally and mentally, playing with them like pawns on his Empire board.

They are his legacy no less than "Wistar Roiko".

They all bear the name Roy for most of its meaning.



But then one of the pawns - the main one of which, in fact - revolt.

The end of the second season of "Heirs" was one of the great moments on television in recent years.

In the sealed minutes Kendall was sent to take on the blame and punishment for the actions of company executives in the 1990s.

Acts that included sexual exploitation of facts in the Holiday Cruises Department, as well as rendering the death of one of the facts that fell to her death at sea.

Kendall spent all that season as a puppet on a string in Logan's hands, but in the moment of truth he decided to cut him off: in front of the cameras he hurled the entire blame at the father, and even promised that he had documents verifying his words.

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The ground seemed to shake.

Jeremy Strong as Kendall Roy, "Heirs" Season 3 (Photo: David M. Russell / HBO)

We saw all this happening two whole years ago. Since the end of the wonderful second season, a global epidemic has erupted that delayed the filming of the series, and in between, "Heirs" has won seven Emmy Awards at the 2020 ceremony, including Best Drama Series, Best Actor in a Drama Series (Strong, Who Defeated His TV Father) for Directing, and Screenplay , Written by series creator Jesse Armstrong.



The opening episode of the third season - which aired today (Monday) Biss, Hot and Cellcom Tiwi, in conjunction with a broadcast in the US - continues from almost the same point. The highest, including the President of the United States himself. Later in the season, the rest of the family will also struggle over which side they should bet on. Will the father's discrimination be finally here? Or will "the number one kid," as Logan called him on one occasion, fall again as he did in the past?

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Olympus Games filmed by a documentary team.

Cox with Sarah Snook, "Heirs" Season 3 (Photo: David M. Russell / HBO)

This is the essence of the third season, based on the seven episodes sent for review (out of nine).

Pulls a rope between Logan and Kendall, while the others try to find their place.

This time too the fierce war between the damaged souls is the spirit in the sails of the series.

An exploration of the human psyche written like stuttering poetry, honed and cruel Olympus games that seem to have been filmed by a documentary team.

A fascinating, funny and heartbreaking illustration of a dissonance between a cold, calculated and often vicious business, and the inalienable personal connection in the family, children seeking their father's approval.

The love between the heroes intensifies each move dozens of times, charging him with elation on the one hand or a sense of betrayal on the other.

Everything is much worse when your family is the one coming out against you.



And yet, despite all the applause and praise - including for one of the best episodes in the series, which is expected to come later - it’s hard not to feel like something is missing this time around.

If these are indeed tug-of-war, the last of which brought us back to familiar territory.

As the third season progresses, the resemblance between it and the first is evident.

Logan then recovered from an illness and made puzzling moves that could have harmed the company, Kendall therefore tried to undermine him to take over the company and put himself at its head.

The father and son became bitter enemies, at least for a while, until the next twist came.

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The son against the father, too good a story to give up.

"Heirs" Season 3 (Photo: HBO)

One can understand why "heirs" do this.

This basic story is too good to give up, the characters are too amazing to bring their end to any of them, but in the end there is a sense that at this point Armstrong and his series are taking time.

Something fundamental must change, something bigger has to happen and pull everything forward or sideways.

Such that his influence will be irreversible and cause heroes and series to queue in uncharted districts.

That seemed to be what was happening in the present case, given how things had ended the previous time, and perhaps the last two episodes would indeed take us there.

But until then, even if it is pleasurable by the way, it seems that the third season of "Heirs" is stepping on the spot a bit.

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