Severance Season 2 will feature many celebrities, including Gwendoline Christie from Game of Thrones, Bob Balaban, and others, according to Apple TV+.
Eight new performers are joining the cast of Severance in addition to veteran players, including Adam Scott, Patricia Arquette, John Turturro, and others.
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Below is a list of the new cast members:
- Bob Balaban (The Chair, The Politician, The French Dispatch, Isle of Dogs)
- Robby Benson (Beauty and The Beast, One To One)
- Stefano Carannante (Mirabilia)
- Gwendoline Christie (Game of Thrones, The Sandman, Wednesday)
- John Noble (Fringe, Elementary, The Lord of the Rings films)
- Ólafur Darri Ólafsson (The Tourist, Trapped, The Missing)
- Alia Shawkat (Search Party, Being the Ricardos, The Old Man)
- Merritt Wever (Godless, Unbelievable, Nurse Jackie)
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In addition to announcing that Severance Season 2 is currently in production, director Ben Stiller also shared a first peek at star Adam Scott from the set on Apple TV+. Though we don’t know how long we’ve been gone or who we are outside, Stiller made light of the situation by saying, “We are informed people enjoy the show, and we couldn’t be happier. Kudos to Kier!
At Lumon Industries, where workers have undergone a “severance process” that separates their work and home lives, Severance follows Scott’s Mark Scout as he manages a team. Dan Erickson, the show’s creator and author. Ben Stiller, the show’s director and executive producer, and Fifth Season are in charge of Severance.
Severance season 2 adds Gwendoline Christie, John Noble & more to the cast.
Principal photography on Severance season 2 recently got underway, and a whole new group of recruits have signed on to join the cast of the Apple TV+ series.
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The outstanding actors, unsettling cinematography, and unsettling score make every moment of the first two episodes feel worthwhile, as we stated in our review of the Season 1 premiere.
For additional information on Severance, check IGN’s explanation of the show’s finale or see why its creator stopped reading Reddit theories about it.