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Servant Season 2 Episode 8: Release Date, Plot, Cast And Confirmed By Studio

Among the most awaited episodes today, Servant Season 2 Episode 8 is soon going to strike Apple TV+. The TV series is a mixture of psychological horror and thriller. Having released its first episode back in November 2019, Servant has been amassing enormous popularity and high ratings. This is the reason the series includes a rating of 7.6/10 on IMDb. If you’re one of those viewers who like to unravel mysteries and maintain themselves confused, Servant has to be on your watch-list. In this guide, we’ll discuss everything relating to this crime drama, the release date of the upcoming episodes, along other interesting stuff. Let us dive in without any additional delay!

Starring Rupert Grint who’s well recognized as Ron Weasley among the audience because of his role in Harry Potter, the throw of this show is star-studded. And, all of them happen to be putting in their very best to surprise us from time to time. Created and written by Tony Basgallop, Servant boasts about using an exquisite narrative. Unlike other American psychological horror dramas, this TV series is filled with humorous scenes to make you chuckle in addition to gore scenes to make you gasp in amazement. It’s beautifully crafted and the stories of all the characters are perfectly intertwined with the subject of the show. Jump to another section to be aware of the release date of the next event!

Servant Season 2 Episode 8 Release Date

Titled”Loveshack”, Servant Season Two Episode 8 will be released on March 5, 2021, on Apple TV+ at 3:00 AM(New York Time). This all-new episode will see runtime of around 30 minutes like any other episode of the series. The first episode of Servant Season 2 premiered on January 15, 2021, where we saw Dorothy designing a 72-hour game program.

Here’s an exciting piece of news for all the”Servant” fans out there! The makers have restored the series for still another season. This means the makers will continue the practice of providing us suspenseful episodes to get a little longer. Since the information of the renewal of Servant for Season 3 has been formally supported by Apple TV+, the showrunners are very likely to end the ongoing season on a cliffhanger. Well, as of now, the makers haven’t shown anything about the season finale and it is still under the wraps. Rest assured, the upcoming episode will be thrilling as before. Additionally, you sure do not want to miss out on anything that the series must offer to entertain you!

Previously On Servant Season 2 Episode 7

Many new characters are introduced in the series and they’ve perfectly delved into their various roles. In the last incident, we saw just how Sean amazed Dorothy and gifted her an Espresso machine. The kid gets excited about seeing the toy and begins playing with it. Meanwhile, Uncle George comes to Leanne’s location but did not find him at home. Thus, he asks Julian about his whereabouts out of curiosity. Therefore, Dorothy informs Leanne about the surprise visit of his uncle. After spending a few minutes in the home, George feels something odd about the house. He believes the house is inhabited by evil spirits and insists Sean not stay in the area.

Because of this, George decided to take Leanne back home. However, Sean is adamant and informs George that the home is totally secure. In addition, he asserts that there’s nothing bad and claims that the people around desire their divine aid. Therefore, George comes up with a deal. He says he can reunite with Jericho just if Sean yields him, Leanne. After a set of events, George could be seen creating a potion to fight the evil powers. Sean informs Dorothy about George’s arrangement and Dorothy refuses to return Leanne. Thus, Sean seeks Julian’s hell to distract Dorothy and reunite Leanne into Uncle George. How can Dorothy react after understanding Sean betrayed her? How can Uncle George cure Leanne? Can Jericho reunite with him? Well, stop scratching your heads, and don’t forget to see the next installment!

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