Kyle McMahon

Kyle McMahon

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M. Night Shyamalan's Servant Season 2 Trailer Has Dropped & I'm Terrified!

M. Night Shyamalan's Servant Season 2 Trailer has dropped and I'm on the edge of my seat.

I've been talking (and writing) about M. Night Shyamalan's Servant since I first heard about it. I was so excited from the Season 1 trailer that I was counting down to the premiere date. I sat down with the stars of Servant ahead of Season 1 and I hung on the edge of my seat as I watched each episode every week on Apple TV+. So when the Servant Season 2 trailer dropped I was literally on the freakin floor waiting for the next juicy morsel.

If you didn't watch Season 1 of Servant, you need to do it immediately. The show follows a young couple in Philadelphia who suffered through a terrible loss when their child tragically dies. To cope, a therapist has them use a lifelike doll to work through the grieving process, but Dorothy takes it a bit too far when she hires a nanny to help take care of the doll.

This M. Night Shyamalan produced show is an intense, edge of your seat thriller that will have you gasping for air at the end of every episode. Incredibly well acted, Servant is a fresh, slick series about how far a grieving mother will go for her child.

Make sure you check out my interview with the superb cast (Toby Kebbell and Lauren Ambrose as Sean and Dorothy Turner; Rupert Grint and Nell Tiger-Free as Julian Pierce and nanny Leanne Grayson) as well as series creator / writer Tony Basgallup on Servant Season 1 right here. Then watch Servant Season 1 on Apple TV+. I promise you, you will absolutely love it. It is easily my top series of the year.

Then, check out the trailer for Season 2 of Servant here

So, what do you think? Are you excited about Season 2 of Servant on Apple TV+? It drops Friday January 15th so be sure your Apple TV+ subscription is active. Alright are you ready? Let's talk about Servant!

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