Servant Renewed for Season 2 at Apple TV Plus Ahead of Season 1


Sometimes you’re left hanging in the lurch for months wondering whether your favorite show is going to be renewed, and other times it is renewed before you’ve even gotten a chance to decide if it’s your favorite show. Servant, debuting on Apple TV+ Nov. 28, happens to fall in the latter category.

Executive producer M. Night Shyamalan announced Friday on The Tonight Show with Jimmy Fallon that Apple TV+ has renewed Servant for Season 2 a whole week ahead of its first season premiere. The new show joins Apple TV+’s growing roster of original programming, which includes Dickinson, For All Mankind, See, and The Morning Show, all of which have received second season pickups.

At a press junket promoting the show’s first season earlier this week, Shyamalan revealed to TV Guide that Season 2 was already in the works, saying, “We’re writing away on the second season. Some really crazy stuff is happening. … We all talk about, what’s the movement of the story? … What will we learn by the end of the second episode? What is its final moment? In my mind we talk a lot about, what’s the final moment of this series and how are we aiming to that?”

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Creator Tony Basgallop echoed that sentiment, saying, “I’m writing at the moment and it’s exciting because Season 1 ends on a very climactic moment.”

Servant is a psychological horror series following the story of Dorothy (Lauren Ambrose) and Sean Turner (Toby Kebbell), who have hired a young nanny to help care for their newborn son. The catch? It’s not their son at all! It’s the creepiest doll in the world that Dorothy uses as a coping mechanism because her real son is dead. Yep, just let those nightmares roll right on in…

The first three episodes of Servant premiere Thursday, Nov. 28 on Apple TV+. New episodes will be released every Friday.


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