M. Night Shyamalan’s “Servant” is a series full of twists and turns. Season 3 of the show returned Friday night. We talk with M and the cast about what creepy cult craziness viewers can expect.
Lauren Ambrose (as Dorothy Turner): “What is going on?”
You’re about to find out what’s going on in the new season of M. Night Shyamalan’s “Servant.”
The Apple TV+ show follows Dorothy and Sean turner and their nanny Leanne, who used to be in a cult.
In Season 3, the Turners attempt to live a normal life with their son Jericho.
But that’s not possible, thanks to Leanne and her craziness.
Nell Tiger Free: “This is a very new Leanne. There’s a lot of paranoia that comes with it.”
Lauren Ambrose: “They’re fighting over the the soul and the love of this child. It’s pretty intense.”
Just like prior seasons, M. asks up-and-coming directors to join his vision.
M. Night Shyamalan: “I guess, in some little mini way, this is like a little mini-studio, “Servant,” where I get to see something anywhere in the world at a film festival, if something is sent to me, or I get to see a movie, and if I feel that kind of deep connection to it, I’ll call up the filmmaker, talk with him or her. And if I feel like, ‘Wow, they’re in a great place,’ I say, ‘Hey, will you come to Philly and direct one episode?’”
Now, with so much going on in the show, the cast members have questions from time to time.
Toby Kebbell: “I had quite a lot this season ’cause, you know, we had the break, because the pandemic hit us in Season 2, and then we started off doing Season 3 pretty quickly after that. And I was like, ‘So wait, so I don’t – I’m suddenly going to church every day? What is happening?’”
Well, hopefully, all will be answered when “Servant’s” fourth and final season airs in the future.
Rupert Grint: “Where we’re heading, I have no idea, for Season 4, is kind of anything can happen, and there’s something quite exciting about that.”
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