Servant Season 3 - Latest Updates on Release Date, Cast, And Plot in 2022!

Apple TV+ is Apple’s subscription-based streaming service, and while it doesn’t have the same extensive content collection as other the more well-known streaming services, it still offers enough shows to warrant the cost of admission. “Servant,” a frightening psychological horror series developed by Tony Basgallop and executive produced by M. Night Shyamalan, who also directs a few episodes, is one of them.

“Servant” provides everything a Shyamalan fan might desire in a movie. Like most of his movies, it’s set in Philadelphia. It’s claustrophobic, with much of the action taking place within one isolated couple’s townhouse. Almost every episode includes a huge plot twist that completely changes the course of the story.

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In December 2020, Apple announced that “Servant” will be renewed for a third season, even though the second season has yet to be broadcast. However, now that the Season 2 finale is finally over, it’s time to start thinking about Season 3. Here’s what we know about one of Apple TV+’s scariest series — or any streaming platform for that matter.

When will Servant Season 3 be available to watch?

Season 2 started production in January 2020 (according to The Philadelphia Inquirer), concluded in July (according to M. Night Shyamalan on Twitter), and will air in January 2021. Before the debut, there will be six months of filming followed by another six months of marketing and post-production.

Shyamalan tweeted on March 16, 2021, that he had just finished directing the first episode of Season 3, which looked promising, but we didn’t hear anything more definite from either Shyamalan or Apple for several months after that. We can now confirm that new episodes of “Servant” will begin streaming on Apple TV+ on January 21, 2022, after the publication of the first full-length teaser for Season 3.

Servant Season 3’s cast: who’s who?

There haven’t been any announcements about Season 3 cast additions, but there probably won’t be. From the beginning, Shyamalan and creator Tony Basgallop intended for “Servant” to be a four-season series with 10 episodes each (via Apple Magazine). “Servant” isn’t the kind of programme that brings in a new recurring cast member every season because it’s planned out ahead of time.

As a result, the four main characters from Season 3 of “Servant” will almost certainly return. Lauren Ambrose plays Dorothy Turner, news reporter and grieving mother of Jericho; Toby Kebbell plays Sean Turner, Dorothy’s husband; and Rupert Grint plays Julian Pearce, Dorothy’s brother. It’s also likely that Season 2 cast members like Boris McGiver, who portrays Dorothy’s uncle, and Jerrika Hinton, who plays Dorothy’s therapist, may reprise their roles.

Servant Season 3 has a storyline.

Before we get into the forthcoming third (and fourth) seasons of “Servant,” it’s important to remember that this is a weird and enigmatic programme. Even the cast members are often unaware of what is going on; actor Rupert Grint told Backstage that he and his fellow cast members receive their scripts one by one. They are just as knowledgeable about the show as the audience. As a result, it’s hard to know what will occur. Having said that, we are aware that the show is halfway through its run. The Turners and the mysterious religious sect have been building up to a dramatic showdown for the past two seasons, with Leanne caught in the midst.

To summarise: For the most of the first two seasons, the show portrayed Leanne as a mystery woman with inexplicable abilities, refusing to say whether she intended to harm or aid the Turners in her own bizarre manner. Leanne has made a lifelike baby doll of Jericho for the Turners. This appears to have piqued the interest of Leanne’s old acquaintances.

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Uncle George and Aunt Josephine appeared in the Season 2 finale. They appear to be two members of Leanne’s mystery cult, and they arrive to execute brutal cleansing rites to punish her for leaving the fold. Aunt Josephine is killed by Leanne, but the victory is just brief. She warns the Turners that perverted cult members would pay them additional visits in the future.