Newborns can be a lot of stress considering their sleep schedules, crying every time they need something but cannot talk. You have to guess whatever it is they need until you finally get it right. What happens when a couple’s ordinary life turns frightening when they hire a new nanny for their ‘reborn baby’? The new Servant series has answers in store for all their fans.
Written by Tony Basgallop, Servant is an American Horror film streaming on Apple TV. Executively produced by M. Night Shyamalan, the series follows a story of a wealthy Philadelphian couple; whose son’s death may have made them make the most terrible decision. Will they bounce back from this horrendous experience?
Servant Season 4 Release Date: When Will it Premiere?
The series was renewed in December 2020, a month before the Servant third series premiere. The fourth season is expected to be the finale, wrapping up the whole story. The first season debuted in November 2019, the second in January 2021, and the third is premiered on 21st January 2022. So far the first episode has been telecast, and now its next episode is going to air on 28 January.
Like the first and second seasons, we hope the third and fourth seasons will have ten episodes each with a run time of 26-36 minutes. Matt Cherniss, head of programming for Apple TV+, said in a statement released late last year when the season 4 renewal was officially confirmed:
“Since the very first episode of Servant, audiences all over the world have loved buckling themselves in for this thrill ride, drawn into the cinematic, unsettling, twist-filled universe that M. Night Shyamalan has created … With each suspense-filled season, viewers have been able to experience the living nightmares of these compelling characters on an increasingly deeper level and we can’t wait for everyone to see what’s in store as this gripping mystery takes another surprising turn in Season 4.”
The exact release date for the fourth season is yet to be made official, but considering the previous season’s debut, we could speculate that it will be a one-year time difference. With the schedule, we could expect the series to premiere sometime in 2023.
Seasons one to three took place between November to the next year’s March. As a result, we may anticipate the same dates for Season 4.
Servant Season 4 Storyline: What will Happen?
The story’s plot revolves around a very wealthy Philadelphian couple who hires a nanny to take care of their “baby.” Dorothy and Sean Turner are delighted to be blessed with a baby boy, but 13 weeks later, the baby passes, an event, which takes a toll on Dorothy’s mental health. After going into therapy, the two are given a reborn baby Jericho, which helps Dorothy cope with the loss of their son. Dorothy believes that the doll is their real son, and after a while, they hire Leanne, the nanny, to help take care of him. Leanne’s hiring comes with many mysterious occurrences that make Sean have second thoughts about her.
Servant Season 4 Cast: Who will be in?
With the third season yet to premiere, it will be challenging to determine the casts who will survive in the third season; we can, however, predict that the couple, the nanny, and the baby will be back for another chilling season finale. Lauren Ambrose plays Dorothy, the psychotic news reporter who married Toby Kebbell (Sean), the stay-at-home Dad. Nell Free plays Leanne Grayson, the nanny hired to take care of ‘Jericho” (Julius Belford).” We could also expect new casts to feature in the fourth season, which will be made once due.
Servant Season 4 Trailer: When will be it out?
Neither a trailer nor a promo for the fourth season is yet to be released. In the meantime, fans can check out the subsequent trailers and teasers. The teaser of the third series premiered sometime in October on Apple TV. With over a million views, the trailer starts with a toast being made to motherhood, and the series afterward takes a chilling turn of events. If the trailer is that chilling, what lies in the official series? Be sure to check out the coming two seasons, which will premiere on Apple TV+.