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Servant Season 2 Episode 8: Release Date, Spoilers, Recap And What To Expect?

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Episode 7 of this next season of servant gives us a very clear idea about the continuing situation in Sean and Dorothy’s life. Leanne and the cult seem to be working in different ways. George’s presence muddles up the situation as his obscure details, ensconced in religious allegories, don’t facilitate the Turners’ sufferings. Yet, something supernatural is happening as Leanne’s religiosity has physical effects on individuals, especially Sean. The forthcoming event will take us farther into the fact as we wait patiently for the underlying secrets. If you wish to know more about the details of episode 8, then you are at the right location!

Servant Season 2 Episode 8 Release Date

‘Servant’ season 2 episode 8 is supposed to release on March 5, 2021, at 3 am EST on Apple TV+. New episodes are scheduled to fall every Friday.

Where To Watch Servant Season 2 Episode 8 Online?

The very best way to watch servants season two episode 8 is to flow it upon Apple TV+’s official site or the program. The paid subscription costs $4.99 a month. You may also avail the free seven days trial provided by Apple TV+. Alas, the show isn’t streaming on any other platform yet.

Servant Season 2 Episode 8 Spoilers

George is seen with a knife in his hands as he mulls over his next action. On the other hand, Leanne’s supernatural skills are attracted to light as she’s overcome by emotions after Sergio Marino’s passing. We can anticipate a confrontation between Leanne and George because he doesn’t seem to approve of her manners. Maybe, the next installment, titled’Loveshack,’ could deal with this particular development.

Sean applies the glue ready by George on his injured hands. The repulsive technique of this preparation indicates the strange working of the commune members, and we might see its effects on Sean. Dorothy and Julian are in a tough place, especially after the coming of law enforcement. Dorothy thinks that the cult is involved in the murders, and she would follow her own path of investigation to find more about Jericho.

How does Julian fit within these developments, especially with George lurking around? Can Dorothy actually call the rest of the cult? As the narrative moves further, we can expect ourselves to have an eclectic mix of humor and the supernatural at the episode.

Servant Season Two Episode 7 Recap

The news of this Marino house incident brings to light some odd improvements in the Turners’ home. George believes that Leanne is the reason behind the dastardly attack. He freezes into a comatose state and does not respond to Dorothy and Julian’s questions. Leanne goes to her room, followed closely by Sean. As Sean asks her about the strange occurrences, Leanne shows that they are assigned specific tasks by the cult. Apparently, Leanne has broken the principle by leaving the Marino family. As a sort of penance, she flogs herself: a fact reminiscent of the cult’s idea of penance through anguish.

The police arrive at Dorothy’s doorstep to inquire about a potential relationship with Leanne. Julian and Sean conceal George in their own kitchen to prevent him from getting caught by the police. Dorothy believes that George can give her leverage over the cult and their machinations. The police officer investigates the Turners’ home and enters the attic. Leanne is nowhere to be seen in the area, and it’s filled with occult symbols. The police officer tells Sean that Dorothy should get a grip on herself and stop exploring the cult’s part in the offense.

A package arrives for George that includes a tape. George awakens from his strange condition and is eager to show the tape to Leanne. Meanwhile, the information of Sergio Marino’s death impacts Leanne on a psychological level, and she channelizes her anger through her faith. The glass ceiling of the loft falls down, signaling a paranormal happening. George digs deep at the box and brandishes a knife which points into some sinister development on the horizon.

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