"Servant" is an American psychological horror streaming television series directed by M. Night Shyamalan, Daniel Sackheim and Tony Basgallop.
The starring cast includes Lauren Ambrose as Dorothy Turner, Toby Kebbell as Sean Turner, Nell Tiger Free as Leanne Grayson, Rupert Grint as Julian Pearce, Julius Belford, Phillip James Brannon as Matthew Roscoe, Tony Revolori as Tobe, S.J. Son as Wanda, Molly Griggs as Isabelle Carrick, Boris McGiver as Uncle George and others.
Here are "Servant" TV series trailer, plot summary, full cast and characters, release date, streaming services and everything we know so far.
Is there a trailer for Servant TV series?
Apple TV on Monday, December 13, 2021 released the trailer for "Servant" you can watch here:
Servant - Season 3 Official Trailer | Apple TV+.
What is Servant TV series plot?
Here is a short review of "Servant" TV series plot summary.
A wealthy Philadelphia couple, Dorothy (Lauren Ambrose) and Sean Turner (Toby Kebbell), experience a fracture in their marriage after the death of their thirteen-week-old son, Jericho. The couple undergoes transitory object therapy using a lifelike reborn doll after Dorothy experiences a full psychotic break. The doll, which Dorothy believes is her real child, was the only thing that brought her out of a catatonic state following Jericho's death. Six weeks after his death, they hire a young nanny, Leanne (Nell Tiger Free), to move in and take care of Jericho, the reborn doll, opening their home to a "mysterious force". While Sean deals with the grief on his own, he becomes deeply suspicious of Leanne.
Who plays who in the Servant TV series cast?
Here is the full cast and characters of "Servant" TV series. Actors and actresses are sorted mostly in credits order.
Lauren Ambrose as Dorothy Turner (née Pearce), a local television news reporter, recently bereaved but mentally ill mother, and wife to Sean
Toby Kebbell as Sean Turner a stay-at-home consulting chef, recently bereaved father and husband to a mentally unwell Dorothy
Nell Tiger Free as Leanne Grayson a mysterious young nanny from Wisconsin hired by the Turners to look after "Jericho"
Rupert Grint as Julian Pearce Dorothy's younger brother and Sean's brother-in-law
Julius Belford as Jericho
Phillip James Brannon as Matthew Roscoe Julian's private detective friend
Tony Revolori as Tobe Sean's commis chef
S.J. Son as Wanda a babysitter that Leanne befriends (season 1)
Molly Griggs as Isabelle Carrick an up-and-coming reporter at 8News where Dorothy works
Boris McGiver as Uncle George
Jerrika Hinton as Natalie Gorman Dorothy's friend and therapist
Todd Waring as Frank Pearce the father of Dorothy and Julian, and maternal grandfather of "Jericho" who, besides his son and son-in-law, knows that his real infant grandchild had died months ago because of the carelessness of his daughter
Alison Elliott as Aunt May Markhem Leanne's "aunt" and leader of the Church of Lesser Saints cult ("Balloon" and "Doll")
Barbara Sukowa as Aunt Josephine
Katie Lee Hill as Kourtney Frank's much younger girlfriend ("Goose")
Mason Belford as Jericho
Brick Mason as Chef Mason
Billy Vargus as Walker Roush
Jennifer Butler as Neighbor
Donnamarie Davis as Cult Member
Bobby Favoretto as Bicycle
Setty Brosevelt as Block Party Neighbor
Robert L. Anderson III as Block Party Neighbor
Victoria Cartagena as Stephanie Reyes
Charlotte Bell as Young Leanne
Hudson Barry as Sergio Marino
Michael Harris as Cult Member
Salvatore Fazio as Jericho
Antonio Fazio as Jericho
Sugey Cruz as Guest
Jerry Lobrow as Giant Paper Mache Head Seller
Kevin D. Benton as Chicken Restaurant Patron (Tall Guy with Cell Phone)
Scott Vogel as Food Court Patron
Marcin Paluch as Uncle Frederick
Rosemary Howard as Homeless Woman
James Collins Jr. as Driver
Yan Xi as Doctor
Kate Silk as Cousin Marian
Megan Gunning as Taylor
Timothy York as Russ Widdall
Ukee Washington as News Anchor
Dejay Roestenberg as Cult Member
Chris McMullin as Police Officer
George A. Peters II as Televangelist
Jessica Kartalija as News Anchor
Daisy Galvis as Paramedic
Amy Morse as Mrs. Marino
Samantha MacIvor as Cult Member
Dave Ferrier as Delivery Guy
Ryan J. Irving as Police Officer
Charles Hagan as Mr. Marino
Justyna Perkowski as Olivia
Dwayne A. Thomas as Delivery Man
David Shumbris as Cult Member
Jill Durso as Nina Brewheart
Tiffany Wilson as Midwife
Patrick McDade as Mourner
Thomas La Marche as Cult Member
Tabitha Allen as Mother
George B. Colucci Jr. as Cult Member
Austin Masellas as Jericho
Marcel Logan as Gourmet Gauntlet Host
Bentley Masellas as Jericho
Rakel Joyce as Chef Mary Ann
John Andrew Giordano as Dermot
Kourtney Webster as Hannah
Narci Regina as Mother
Lauren Casey as Weather Person
Daniel Ison as Guest
Lyman Chen as Guest
Janel Koloski as Guest
Erinn Anova as Guest
Danny Plaza as Cop
Lee Avant as Cop
Barry Ratcliffe as Lenox Bidlow
Gina Jun as Neighbor
Debbie Lay as Pedestrian
Jason Hurt as Police Officer
Marcella Lentz-Pope as Additional Voices
Cole Flanders as Neighbor
Marquis Evans as Father
Jennifer Russoli as Ashley
What are Servant filming details?
"Servant" series are produced by Blinding Edge Pictures, Escape Artists and Dolphin Black Productions.
The average duration of each episode is 26 - 36 minutes. Country of origin: United States. Original language: English.
What are critics and audiences saying about Servant TV series?
"Servant" TV series got high rating from critics. IMDB rating is 7.5/10. Rotten Tomatoes rating is 83/100.
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