Apple TV+ will premiere the much anticipated last episode of Season 1 of Severance on friday.
By Omotayo Olutekunbi
Apple made the announcement in a short video that included Lumon Industries’ now-famous rudimentary computer. The show follows workers at a firm that allows them to surgically separate their memories from their personal life and work in order to focus on productivity.
Stiller’s final speech is a reference to Kier Egan (Marc Geller), the founder of Lumon Industries, who is presumed deceased — despite fan beliefs that the entrepreneur is still alive. Kier has developed a deity-like presence over Severance’s first season, with some people even erecting an altar to worship him. Of course, this is an exaggeration of some people’s real-world devotion to people like Steve Jobs and Jeff Bezos, and it’s only one of the aspects of modern life that the series condemns.
Dan Erickson developed Severance and made his series writing debut with it. Adam Scott (Parks and Recreation), Patricia Arquette (Boyhood), John Turturro (The Batman), Britt Lower (Future Man), Zach Cherry (Most Dangerous Game), Dichen Lachman (Jurassic World: Dominion), Jen Tullock (Perry Mason), Tramell Tillman (Dietland), Michael Chernus (Orange is the New Black) are stars in the series
This Friday, Apple TV+ will premiere the much anticipated last episode of Season 1 of Severance.
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