While, like most M. Night Shymalan productions, you have to wait till the end for things to get good, Servant season 2 will make you interested in a 3rd season.

Network Apple TV+
Creator(s) Tony Basgallop
Episodes 10
Genre(s) Crime, Drama, Fantasy, Horror, Mystery, Young Adult
Noted Cast
Dorothy Lauren Ambrose
Sean Toby Kebbell
Julian Rupert Grint
Leanne Nell Tiger Free
Natalie Jerrika Hinton
Roscoe Phillip James Brannon
Tobe Tony Revolori
Aunt Josephine Barbara Sukowa
Uncle George Boris McGiver

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Season Summary

In season 2, it’s all about Dorothy’s desperation to get back Jericho which includes kidnapping, torture, and when she begins to lose hope, even committing suicide. Which, as usual, Sean and Julian try to prevent Dorothy from going too far. However, with their own demons to deal with, it isn’t clear if they’ll be able to keep Dorothy alive long enough to potentially find Leanne and figure a way to get Jericho back.

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Servant: Season 3/ Episode 10 “Mama” [Finale] – Recap/ Review (with Spoilers)A familiar face reappears, and Dorothy plans her final stand against Leanne, who does what she has to in order to keep her family.
Servant: Season 3/ Episode 9 “Commitment” – Recap/ Review (with Spoilers)Once again, Dorothy tries to rid herself of Leanne and, in the process, almost ends up losing access to Jericho due to her efforts.
Servant: Season 3/ Episode 8 “Donut” – Recap/ Review (with Spoilers)As Sean struggles to get back in Dorothy's good graces, Leanne may have found an undeniable way.
Servant: Season 3/ Episode 7 “Camp” – Recap/ Review (with Spoilers)Dorothy decides it is time for Leanne to prep for her next venture, and it seems no one is on her side about that.
Servant: Season 3/ Episode 6 “Fish” – Recap/ Review (with Spoilers)Information about the homeless kids is finally given as Minister Nancy comes over for a dinner she'll likely regret.
Servant: Season 3/ Episode 5 “Tiger” – Recap/ Review (with Spoilers)Dorothy hosts a block party and for the first time in a long time, Leanne experiences normalcy. Sad that it is short-lived.
Servant: Season 3/ Episode 4 “Ring” – Recap/ Review (with Spoilers)As Leanne meets Tobe's girlfriend and is sexualized, Dorothy struggles with her career downturn.
Servant: Season 3/ Episode 3 “Hair” – Recap/ Review (with Spoilers)As Sean takes a liking to homeless kids who live in a park behind the house, Julian, once more, ventures into the mystery of who Jericho is, despite everyone moving on.
Servant: Season 3/ Episode 2 "Hive" – Recap/ Review (with Spoilers)As Leanne continues to await members of the Church of Lesser Saints arriving, she starts to drive Dorothy and her family nuts.
Servant: Season 3/ Episode 1 “Donkey” [Premiere] – Recap/ Review (with Spoilers)As with past episodes of Apple TV Plus' Servant, we're presented with suspense and tension but may not feel the payoff is there.
Servant: Season 2 – Review/ Summary (with Spoilers)While, like most M. Night Shymalan productions, you have to wait till the end for things to get good, Servant season 2 will make you interested in a 3rd season.
Servant: Season 2/ Episode 10 "Josephine" [Finale] – Recap/ Review (with Spoilers)In the 2nd season finale, Servant gives you fight scenes, blood, death, and a promise that season 3 could and should be way better than season 2.
Servant: Season 2/ Episode 9 "Goose" – Recap/ Review (with Spoilers)The woman Uncle George warned Leanne about arrives, but will she speak to Dorothy before she does something drastic?
Servant: Season 2/ Episode 8 "Loveshack" – Recap/ Review (with Spoilers)As Julian digs into Leanne's past, it seems Uncle George is trying to determine whether Leanne will still have a future.
Servant: Season 2/ Episode 7 "Marino" – Recap/ Review (with Spoilers)As the Marino family tragedy unravels, there is more poking and prodding into Dorothy's role into it as the police ask questions.
Servant: Season 2/ Episode 6 "Espresso" – Recap/ Review (with Spoilers)As Uncle George dances around what he and Leanne are capable of, we're reminded of Sean's part in Jericho's death.
Servant: Season 2/ Episode 5 "Cake" – Recap/ Review (with Spoilers)To appease Leanne, Dorothy allows her some freedom and a visitor. But, unbeknownst to Dorothy, Leanne is going to get more than one person coming to visit.
Servant: Season 2/ Episode 4 "2:00" – Recap/ Review (with Spoilers)With Dorothy unhinged and Leanne within her grasp, how far will she go to get answers, and will Sean allow it?
Servant: Season 2/ Episode 3 "Pizza" – Recap/ Review (with Spoilers)With the return of Leanne and Dorothy's madness heading towards new levels, Servant starts to finally get interesting.
Servant: Season 2/ Episode 2 "Spaceman" – Recap/ Review (with Spoilers)Signs that Leanne may return finally appear as Dorothy leaves the house to jumpstart her investigation into Leanne and Jericho's whereabouts.
Servant: Season 2/ Episode 1 "Doll" – Recap/ Review (with Spoilers)Dorothy, more awake than ever, is on the case to get back Jericho. But with so few ways to find May, never mind Leanne, what can she do?
Servant: Season 1 Episode 10 “Balloon” [Season Finale] Recap/ ReviewAfter learning the truth about Jericho in the last episode, we learn the truth about Leanne, Uncle George, and the infamous Aunt May.
Servant: Season 1 Episode 9 “Jericho” Recap/ ReviewWe finally learn what happened to Jericho, who is responsible, and why Julian has long been shaken about Jericho’s death.
Servant: Season 1 Episode 8 “Boba” Recap/ ReviewWhat is more interesting? Meeting Julian and Dorothy’s father or a follow up to what Julian saw the night Jericho died?
Servant: Season 1 Episode 7 “Haggis” | Recap/ ReviewThe person who introduced Dorothy to the transition doll is properly met, and she may just blow everything up.
Servant: Season 1, Episode 6 “Rain” – Recap, Review (with Spoilers)With the introduction of Leanne’s creepy uncle, so comes the question of not only what is she trying to hide, but what is she trying to escape?
Servant: Season 1, Episode 5 “Cricket” – Recap, Review (with Spoilers)As weird things begin happening to and around Leanne, so comes the question if she is really in control as we’re sometimes led to believe.
Servant: Season 1, Episode 4 “Bear” – Recap, Review (with Spoilers)A glimpse into why Leanne chose Dorthy and Sean’s family is revealed, alongside Sean’s own theory.
Servant: Season 1, Episode 3 “Eel” – Recap, Review (with Spoilers)Leanne’s past is dug into, and Julian dares to face off against her.
Servant: Season 1, Episode 2 “Wood” – Recap, Review (with Spoilers)Julian’s birthday sets up him meeting Leanne, and the baby, as Sean seems to suffer not going along with the reborn child.
Servant: Season 1, Episode 1 “Reborn” [Series Premiere] – Recap, Review (with Spoilers)Based on the premiere, there might be a part of you that wonders if this is inspired, in any way, by Child’s Play.



Understanding Why Daphne Has Been So Coddled

While it has long been understood why Jericho died was due to Dorothy’s neglect, the blame gets spread around a bit more this season. Be it Sean wanting to escape Jericho’s cries or Julian not helping as he should, when it came to Dorothy having a psychotic break, we’re reminded it takes a village. Also, in terms of Dorothy’s desperation to get back Jericho, between miscarriages and learning Dorothy had to be on bed rest to carry Jericho, again, you are given more reasons to sympathize with Dorothy than to hate her.

A War On The Horizon

Leanne crying
Leanne crying

By the end of the season, once again, you’re left questioning what’s next? But with a rather epic fight to cap off the final, the answer is war. One that should make the Church of the Lesser Saints less of a group we see one, maybe two members of at a time, but many. Mainly since Leanne has done something unthinkable, and while formerly scared of the Church members, that is no more.

Talk of Childhoods

From Leanne talking more about her mother and their sordid relationship to Julian making it clear he has long-standing issues with his father, it felt like we got to know everyone a bit more. Especially in terms of the foundation of who they are, with Dorothy and Julian’s mom being briefly talked about as well. Granted, never enough to truly answer questions but, as usual, push you to invent more theories.

Low Points

Leanne Missing From The First Two Episodes

While Dorothy’s madness often acts as the catalyst for anything and everything that happens, it does get old – quick. Add on Sean is a reactive character and Julian a functioning addict, who seems tired of his sister to the point you question why he comes around, Leanne’s absence is a major deterrent from watching the first two episodes. Making it so, it is almost night and day between the two episodes she isn’t there to when she is found and returns into the fold.

On The Fence

More Questions Than Answers

Jericho brought back to life
Jericho brought back to life

As should be expected with M. Night Shyamalan attached, what you don’t get are any answers to your questions throughout the season, but more things to theorize about. Be it, considering we learn the Church of the Lesser Saints are international, how many chapters are there? Also, taking note we’ve seen Aunt May potentially teleport a group of people, Leanne bring people to life, and a new character, Aunt Josephine, lock people into rooms, what’s the source of everyone’s power? Could they all be blessed, cursed, maybe have returned from the dead and were given these powers?

Also, taking note the idea is pushed that Leanne being placed with a certain family was meant to prevent their deaths, does that mean one person, or many, have the ability to see the future? From questions to theories, to things simply left unanswered, you are still forced to wonder if, when the show is over, all will be answered or will you be left dealing with yet another infamous twist.

How Non-White Characters Are Handled On This Show

You don’t want to be a person of color dealing with Dorothy’s family. When it comes to Natalie, you could submit Julian is potentially cheating on her, doesn’t value her, and is disrespectful to her beliefs in ways that make you know she can do better. Taking it to the next level, Roscoe disappears for days, clearly doesn’t realize it, and there isn’t a whole lot of hospitality or care involved. Hell, was his family or even the cops called?

Nope. You know why? Because Julian finds him as disposable as Natalie. However, the one who gets it the worst is Tobe. Not only is he tricked into drugging Leanne, but then forced to kidnap her, or else Dorothy will call the cops and ruin his life. Mind you, they expected Tobe to carry Leanne out of a mansion, get her body into a van, and bring her all the way back with no camera catching them and hoping the cops wouldn’t get called on him.

That alone makes you think this family, including Sean, deserve what happens to them. Though, because Servant is the way it is, Tobe doesn’t even get mad and comes over when invited. As if Dorothy didn’t just threaten Tobe’s life and safety to kidnap and imprison someone.

Aunt Josephine

Aunt Josephine (Barbara Sukowa) showing up at Sean's doorstep
Aunt Josephine (Barbara Sukowa)

Being that Aunt Josephine was introduced at the end of the season, with Uncle George building her to be something fearsome and Leanne being scared, I was expecting more. Yet, she basically came and went in the same episode. Now, I get it was partly due to Dorothy’s interference combined with Leanne discovering how strong she is, but it really does undercut any and all future threats when someone is touted as formidable and is taken out so quickly.

So considering the next season may have a potential war, should we truly be excited? For unless they decide to overwhelm Leanne and the Turner family, won’t they just end up dead bodies in the basement or walls? Maybe something Sean hides in the cooking and then tosses? If not, considering how increasingly twisted this family is getting, maybe feeding to people?


Rating: Mixed (Stick Around)

Season 2 of Servant continues to make it a hard sell. It lacks its most marketable character for two episodes, has you suspend disbelief to the point of suspending interest at times, and it rarely answers questions. If anything, it just provides enough for you to develop theories and ask more questions. Yet, despite its shortcomings, we say it is worth sticking around. However, how many more seasons we may say that? Well, it’s questionable.

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Aunt Josephine - 72%
How Non-White Characters Are Handled On This Show - 74%
More Questions Than Answers - 75%
Leanne Missing From The First Two Episodes - 63%
Talk of Childhoods - 82%
A War On The Horizon - 84%
Understanding Why Daphne Has Been So Coddled - 83%


Season 2 of Servant continues to make it a hard sell. It lacks its most marketable character for two episodes, has you suspend disbelief to the point of suspending interest at times, and it rarely answers questions. If anything, it just provides enough for you to develop theories and ask more questions.

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