Servant Season 3: Release Date Status, Cast and everything you know!

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Fans of the M. Night Shyamalan-led show Servant have been given a third season via Apple.

A lot about the strange doll’s past is revealed in Servant’s first season. Jericho, the 13-month-old son of Dorothy (Lauren Ambrose) and Sean (Toby Kebbell), was tragically killed in a car accident. Reborn dolls are introduced to Dorothy when she goes into convulsions as a way to help her move on from the tragedy. Dorothy returns to work six weeks after her husband’s death and hires Leanne (Nell Tiger Free) as the family’s nanny. With no questions asked, Leanne takes care of the doll. In the end, a live baby replaces the doll. When Leanne discovers what truly happened to Jericho in Dorothy’s care, the issue gets even more complex.

Leanne may have left the Turners’ brownstone in the middle of the night because she was afraid or angry. That being said, viewers don’t learn anything about her whereabouts from that point forth, so it’s frustrating.

On Apple TV+, when will the third season of Servant air?

Friday, January 21, 2022 is the release date for Servant season 3. After that, the streaming service will release a new episode on Fridays until the end of the third season.

Does Servant season 3 have a trailer?

People, we’ve got a teaser. See the video below, which Apple TV posted in October. How about you? We couldn’t stop shaking after viewing this film.

How I can watch Servant?

Only on Apple TV+ can you watch Servant. Netflix, Amazon Prime, Hulu and other streaming services aren’t expected to carry the popular Apple original series. Signing up for Apple TV+ may not be necessary just yet, but there are 20 episodes already available for on-demand viewing (and another 10 or so are on their way). Once you’ve had a chance to use the streaming service for free for a week, you can pay $4.99 a month to watch shows like The Morning Show and Ted Lasso, among others.

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