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‘Severance’ renewed for season 2 on Apple TV Plus ahead of season 1 finale

After a slow burn at the start of the season, attention and praise Separation Has reached a fever pitch ahead of its Season 1 finale. As fans eagerly wait to see how a show’s puzzle box wraps things up on Friday, April 8, Apple TV+ has announced that creator and writer Dan Erickson and director and executive producer Ben Stiller will be joining the cast. The Secret Workplace series will return for Season 2.

“It’s really exciting to see the level of reaction and fan engagement from people who have loved the show,” Stiller said in a statement. “It’s been a long road to bring Separation to television. I first read Dan’s pilot five years ago. It’s always been a multi-season story, and I’m really glad we got a chance to continue it. I am grateful to our partners at Apple TV+ who have been behind it all the way. Praise Keir!”

In the Apple TV+ series, Adam Scott leads the ensemble cast as Mark Scout, an employee of the mysterious Lumon Industries who has gone through the dismemberment process, which splits up memories of a person’s workplace and home life.

“I definitely understand why my character on the show would want to do this – it’s just that she doesn’t have to feel anything for eight hours a day. It’s understandable but it seems a little daunting to me, Scott told ET about Mark’s decision to work at Lumon and become a “saver.”

But after one employee unexpectedly leaves in Mark’s department and another arrives, the balance in the office is quickly thrown into disarray. And it’s not long before Mark and his co-workers — Dylan (Zack Cherry), Haley (Brit Lower) and Irving (John Turturro) — start to realize that there’s more going on than they realize.

Sometimes the show can be extremely funny and sometimes weird and disturbing. Still, it somehow managed to stay captivating with each new episode being revealed. “It felt like a very unique and original tone,” Stiller told ET. “It reminded me of workplace comedy, but even so, there’s a weird psychological thriller element to it, which, you know, is far from over.”


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