Now that we're over halfway through the season, it seems about time to do a quick check-in with the characters thus far in Season 3 of Succession. The past few episodes have been a bit like a game of tug-of-war between Team Waystar and Team Kendall: just when it seems like Kendall is pulling ahead, Waystar pulls the rug out from under him, and vice-versa.
Except now, things really aren't looking great for Kendall. With his lackadaisical approach to his deposition with the Department of Justice and unsuccessful attempt to persuade Tom into implicating Logan in the DOJ case, things are basically in the gutter for him.
It's going to take a massive effort from him to take down Waystar, but perhaps with Shiv being a bit on the outs with Logan, it's possible that the two might team up in the episodes ahead—but that's just me spitballing here.
These power rankings are based on the six episodes of the current season, analyzing the current standpoint of each main character with regard to their power. Some may be more obvious than others, but given this last episode, there were a few major changes within the power structure of Succession.