‘Severance’ is Dan Erickson’s sci-fi/psych thriller series set in the US. The first season was well-received, and many people are eagerly anticipating the second.
Below we have mentioned everything we know so far about season 2 of Severance.
Director Ben Stiller and actress Aoife McArdle have created this sci-fi show that takes a look at what might happen in the future if technology continues to advance at its current rate.
Mega-corporations have enormous influence, and their employees are viewed as nothing more than cogs in the machine, expecting to merely carry out the orders of those in positions of authority. In this science-fiction play, a gloomy society could be imagined.
Severance Season 2 Release Date
Apple TV+ premiered the nine-episode series, Severance, on February 18, 2022, and received widespread praise from critics. According to multiple sources, the show will return for a second season but there is no official announcement regarding the release date from the creators and producers as of yet.
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Severance Season 2 Expected Plot
Biotech company Lumon Industries utilizes a medical therapy called “severance” to separate its employees’ non-work memories from their work memories. An ex-employee who was just laid off discovers that the division is riddled with intrigue on both sides.
With a team that had their memories surgically divided between work and personal life, Mark is in charge of Lumon’s Corporate Archive Division. Things go from bad to worse when a coworker of Mark’s stumbles into him outside of work.
Severance Season 2 Cast
The cast includes Adam Scott, Britt Lower, Tramell Tillman, Jen Tullock, Dichen Lachman, Michael Chernus, John Turturro, Christopher Walken, and Patricia Arquette.
In the Macro data Refinement division, Adam Scott portrays Mark Scout, a Lumon Industries employee in the “severance” program. We observe him grieving the loss of his wife. Helly, played by Britt Lower, is a “new female” substitute for a worker named Pete, while Zach Cherry plays Dylan, a cut-off coworker of Mark’s with business rights.
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