Servant: Season 2

Servant: Season 2

Servant: Season 2

Lauren Ambrose (Six Feet Under), Toby Kebbell (Kong: Skull Island), Nell Tiger Free (Game of Thrones) and Rupert Grint (Harry Potter) all return for the second season of Apple's horror series, this time taking a supernatural turn with the reveal of Leanne's true nature...

2021USAApple
Horror
EPISODE 2.1

Doll

Jericho and Leanne are missing. Dorothy devises a 72-hour game plan, while Sean and Julian continue hiding the truth.
EPISODE 2.2

Spaceman

With Natalie's help, Sean and Julian uncover disturbing details about the cult. Dorothy sacrifices her career reputation for her family.

EPISODE 2.3

Pizza

The Turners open up a family business as a front for a more important mission.

EPISODE 2.4

2:00

With a new gues in the house, Dorothy resorts to bold tactics to get what she wants.

EPISODE 2.5

Cake

The Turners scramble to prepare for a pivotal meeting. Leanne bakes a mysterious cake.

EPISODE 2.6

Espresso

An unexpected visitor pushes everyone to their limits as Sean re-examines his past and Dorothy attempts to negotiate a delicate exchange.

EPISODE 2.7

Marino

The Marino family tragedy raises more questions about Leanne. Uncle George's presence in the house creates a problem for the Turners.

EPISODE 2.8

Loveshack

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EPISODE 2.9

Goose

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EPISODE 2.10

Josephine

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Servant: Season 2 / Reviews

Bloody Disgusting

Bloody Disgusting

Delivers a compelling character-driven season that ups the ante on the gripping mystery while fearlessly getting more unhinged than ever.

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News.com.au

News.com.au

If season one was the foundation, then in this season those foundations are literally cracking to expose a rot we didn't know existed, revealing deeper layers.

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RogerEbert.com

RogerEbert.com

Everyone is good to great here, but I wish they were servants of something that felt more narratively sound.

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A.V. Club

A.V. Club

Season two does possess a much surer sense of blackly absurdist humor about its ever more outlandish story.

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Decider

Decider

Few shows are as skilled at sorting through the intricate, hypocritical, and quiet forms of hurt better than this thriller.

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Entertainment Weekly

Entertainment Weekly

This is one nightmare I'm in no rush to escape.

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