Apple TV+ teases the return of one of its biggest shows

popular series after popular series have been launched by Apple TV Plus, and breakthrough star Severance is no different.

The genre-shifting blockbuster, which debuted on the streaming service in 2022 and won two Emmy Awards, captivated viewers with its gripping, action-packed plot.

However, everything became silent after that. Really quiet.

Due to the 2023 writers’ strike, the popular series was put on hold, and viewers were hankering for any scrap of information about the show’s future.

However, in typical Apple form, a first-look image has surfaced on social media, signaling what is presumably a green light for Severance’s second season.

The black-and-white photo, which was posted on Instagram, shows Adam Scott racing down a corridor at breakneck speed while being followed by a video team.

Although there is a lot more we could (and will) read into it, as of right now, not much else is known about the series.

Additional behind-the-scenes events, such as a purported “falling out” between the show’s top-tier showrunners, Dan Erickson and Martin Friedman, are also thought to be the cause of the delay.

The argument is said to have started during the first season’s filming.

Ben Stiller, the producer, seemed to deny rumors of a rift, saying on X (formerly Twitter) that “no one’s going to the break room.” We are operating on the same extremely sluggish pace as before.

We always have the same goal air date. We all really want to work toward making the program the best it can be, and we love our viewers and each other.”
Nearing its second anniversary, the program has garnered critical praise since its biotechnological premise—a medical process known as “severance”—separates the recollections of its workers’ job and personal life.

The cast have remained quiet where plot spoilers are concerned, with Patricia Arquette, who plays Harmony Cobel, the only member to reveal a tidbit of information.

Speaking to Entertainment Tonight, she noted that fans should be: “Be scared, very scared.”

Given filming for series two has only just got underway, it’s unlikely the show’s next instalment will land on our screens before the end of 2024.

Plus, Apple is yet to reveal an official release date for the much-loved series.

In the meantime, we’re going to head back and rewatch series one – after all, we love a jump scare.

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