“Servant” premiers on Apple TV+ as new episodes of “The Morning Show”, “For All Mankind” and “See” arrive a day early

Today is Thanksgiving in the United States, and it’s also the official launch of M. Night Shyamalan’s psychological thriller “Servant” whose first three episodes are now available to stream on Apple TV+, as promised earlier. Moreover, new episodes of “See”, “The Morning Show” and “For All Mankind” are available in your Up Next queue in the TV app a day early.

That’s a bit surprising because Apple’s so far released new episodes of “See”, “The Morning Show” and “For All Mankind” on Fridays. With the exception of today’s episode releases coinciding with Thanksgiving, we expect future episodes of those shows to drop on Fridays.

As for “Servant”, the two-minute trailer embedded below indicates this show appeals to the fans of M. Night Shyamalan’s work and beyond. The story follows a wife and a husband who after losing their unborn child get a baby doll named Jericho as their surrogate “child”.


They hire a young nanny to look after their new “baby”, but what began as an unspeakable tragedy ultimately allows in a mysterious force into their home. “This mind-bending masterpiece will have you believing what you doubt,” Apple’s boss Tim Cook tweeted out.

That show has already been renewed for the second season.

What do you think about “Servant”? Gonna be watching this one?

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