The premiere for the fourth and final season of the hit HBO series Succession was held at the Lincoln Center in New York City.
Following its indomitable run at the Emmys last year, the event was highly anticipated by fans of the show, marking the beginning of the end.
All the cast members of Succession, including Brian Cox, Jeremy Strong, Sarah Snook, Kieran Culkin, Matthew Macfadyen and more, were present at the premiere.
Strong, who is known for his quirky fashion choices, donned a monochromatic brown ensemble akin to his character in the series, Kendall Roy.
Sarah Snook, who plays Siobhan Roy on the show, showed off her baby bump, announcing her 32-week pregnancy with her husband, Dave Lawson.
Kieran Culkin, who plays Roman Roy, made a rare red carpet appearance with his wife, Jazz Charton.
Brian Cox channelled his inner Logan Roy by shouting at the end of the red carpet - a fitting tribute to his portrayal of the ruthless media mogul.
Cox was also seen sharing a laugh with Strong, suggesting that there is no beef between them despite recent critiques about his on-screen son's method acting.
Most of the other cast members opted for a business-stoic look, sporting lots of navy and gray suits and no-tie formals on the red carpet.
All the Roys had a moment on the carpet as well, though the air seemed rife with the same tension which their respective characters carry themselves with.
The creator of Succession, Jesse Armstrong, expressed his remorse that the series is coming to an end but is also looking forward to some time off.
He did not rule out the possibility of a Succession spinoff, which has left fans speculating about what could be next for the show (Cousin Greg perhaps?).
The first episode of the fourth and final season of Succession is set to premiere on March 26 on Disney+ Hotstar.