The upcoming Apple TV+ original thriller series Severance will soon be hitting on the platform. The series revolves around the Lumon Industries employees.
The shooting commenced in Oct 2020 and concluded in June 2021, the platform on 18 Jan unveiled the trailer of the show with penning a note in the caption, “How Far Would You Go To Achieve a Perfect Work/Life Balance?”
The Teaser and trailer have garnered a decent amount of eyeballs so far, both have been viewed over 45 lakh times on the social media platform Youtube.
The trailer indicates, explores the life of the employees at Lumon Industries employee where a project called severance has been set up to detach their employees’ working memories from non-working memories and the other way round.
Star Cast of Severance
- Parks and Recreation shitcom show fame Adam Scott in the titular role of Mark,
- Other actors Britt Lower (Helly), Emmy winner Transformer film series fame John Turturo (Irving), Academy Award Winner Catch Me If You Can fame Christopher Walken (Burt), and the winner of several accolades including Oscars, primetime, Golden Globe, Screen Guild awards Patricia Arquette (Peggy) in key roles,
- Jen Tullock(Devon), Zach Cherry (Dylan), Tramell Tillman (Milchick), Dichen Lachman (Ms. Casey), Yul Vazquez (Petey), and Michael Chernus also featured in the show.
Episodes & Premiere Date
Severance is consists of 9 episodes, with the first two episodes “Good News About Hell” and “Half Loop”, the show is all set to premiere on the streaming service Apple TV+ from 18 February 2022.
— Adam Scott (@mradamscott) January 18, 2022
- “In Perpetuity” (25 February),
- “The You You Are” (March 4),
- “The Grim Barbarity of Optics and Design” (March 11),
- “Hide and Seek” (March 18),
- “Defiant Jazz” (March 25),
- “What’s For Dinner?” (April 1)
- And the final Episode “The We We Are” will be premiered on 8 April 2022.
Watch The Trailer
The former three and the latter three episodes are directed by Ben Stiller and other episodes, directed by Aoife McArdle. The screenplay is written by Dan Erickson (First two & Last Episode), Andrew Colville (Third), Kari Drake (Fourth), Anna Ouyang Moench (Fifth), Amanda Overton (Sixth), Helen Leigh (Seventh), and Chris Black (Eight).
Dan Erickson also serves as the creator of the show, it is financed by Patricia Arquette and Adam Scott under the production of Endeavor Content and Red Hour Productions.