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Apple announces release date for Severance season 2…

Fans of the successful workplace thriller severance pay will be pleased to hear that a release date for season two has finally been announced.

severance pay In “The 40 Fingers,” Adam Scott, Tramell Tillman, Britt Lower, Zach Cherry and John Turturro play employees of a shady biotechnology company that “separates” its employees through a medical procedure, thus completely separating their professional and private lives.

It’s been more than two years since the workplace thriller aired its jaw-dropping finale, and now fans can mark a definitive date in their calendars to find out what happens next.

Director and executive producer: Zoolander star Ben Stiller and created, written and executive produced by Treasure problemsThe 10-episode second season of Dan Erickson’s series will debut worldwide on Apple TV+, with the first episode airing on January 17, 2025, followed by an episode every Friday through March 21.

Last month, Apple TV+ sent fans into a frenzy when the streaming service released a preview of its upcoming shows and gave a glimpse of season 2 after its renewal was confirmed. Scott’s Mark can be seen strapping on his lanyard and walking into the office, where he is greeted by Tillman’s Milchick.

In other short clips, he is seen lying on a conference room table, running through white hallways and shouting “Wait!” as elevator doors close behind him.

A first photo shared on Apple’s social media channels also shows Mark walking around with a bunch of blue balloons with his face on them. The caption reads: “Your innie has already seen this picture.”

In memory of the events in severance pay Finale of the first season, read on.

Release date for second season is set

Release date for second season is set (AppleTV+)

*Warning, spoilers*

It’s revealed that Helly R’s (Lower) Outie – the person she appears to be on the outside – is actually Helena Eagan, the recently fired daughter of Lumon CEO Jame Eagan. She has just announced at a party full of Lumon shareholders that the company is torturing its terminated employees, despite the enormous efforts of Ms. Cobel (Patricia Arquette) to stop her.

Meanwhile, Mark’s Innie has discovered that Outie Mark has a supposedly dead wife named Gemma (Dichen Lachman), who we know is actually alive because in Lumon she’s the wellness director Miss Casey. He blurted out the news to a room full of guests at Devon (Jen Tullock) and Ricken’s (Michael Chernus) book launch party.

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Innie Irving (Turturro) went to the house of his romantic interest, now-retired Lumon employee Burt (Christopher Walken), whose outie has a partner. And finally, Dylan’s (Cherry) heroic hours-long struggle to hold the switches that keep the mental gate open for his colleagues’ innies to find help outside was interrupted by Milchick, who pushed him to the ground.

The first part of the series can now be streamed on Apple TV+.