Tim Wilson is a stand-in for Brian Cox (Logan Roy) on HBO's popular series, "Succession."
Wilson shared a goodbye note production gave the cast and crew during the final season.
Warning: There are major spoilers ahead for season four, episode three of "Succession."
Brian Cox's stand-in on "Succession" shared the cheeky goodbye letter that production gave to cast and crew as they wrapped filming for the final season.
Tim Wilson posted a photo of the letter to his Twitter account on Saturday, just one day before the highly anticipated series finale on Sunday. The letter featured a not-so-subtle reference to Cox's character, Logan Roy, and his go-to catchphrase.
—Tim Wilson (@TimWil014) May 27, 2023
"A massive thank you for helping make Succession the masterpiece that it is. Together we have made television history, and we've had a wonderful time doing it," the letter read. "What an incredible adventure this has been – one we could never imagine embarking without this beautiful family of cast and crew."
The letter added: "We wish you all the best of luck on your next journey! Fuck off, Production."
The popular HBO series, which first premiered in June 2018, follows Logan Roy (Brian Cox) and his four children as they battle to take control of their father's international media conglomerate. The award-winning cast includes Jeremy Strong, Sarah Snook, Kieran Culkin, Alan Ruck, Nicholas Braun, and Matthew Macfadyen.
"Succession" has received several awards, including Outstanding Drama Series at the 2022 Primetime Emmy Awards.
Although fans are still debating who will take control of Waystar Royco ahead of the series finale Sunday, the death of Logan Roy earlier in the season made waves with the audience. Showrunner Jesse Armstrong said in April 2023 that he was initially afraid to tell Cox about the decision.
"I was very nervous to tell him 'cause there's lots of anxieties about whether it's the right creative decision, and there's anxieties that someone who I love working with and who's been at the center of the show will feel rejected on a human level for not being in it anymore when he's been so central to the whole thing," Armstrong said during a post-episode interview for HBO's behind-the-scenes featurette, "Controlling the Narrative."
He added: "He was professional and decent and kind enough to make it a pretty good meeting but a sad and significant one."
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