Severance Season 2 Release Date: April 8, 2022, was the last day of Severance’s first season. Fans and reviewers alike loved the story, characters, and direction of the show Severance, which was about Lumon Industries worker Mark Scout who goes through a procedure to separate his work and personal memories. In April 2022, the show was picked up for a second season, and fans can’t wait for it to come out. We now know when Severance Season 2 will come out. Here is all the information we have about it.
Has Severance Renewed for Season 2?
Apple announced that Severance would be back for a second season in August 2022 (via Variety). In April 2023, there were rumors that Severance showrunners Dan Erickson and Mark Friedman were having problems behind the scenes. Ben Stiller responded to the rumors and reassured fans that the second season would still happen.
Severance Season 2 Release Date
Severance Season 2 should be on Apple TV+ by the beginning of 2024. Fans should expect to have to wait at least until 2025 to see Severance Season 2. This is because of the current Writers’ Strike by the WGA, which stopped production of Season 2 in May. A story from the AV Club says that the fight between showrunners Dan Erickson and Mark Friedman is also causing the delay of Severance Season 2.
Based on the details we have so far about Severance Season 2, this date is just a guess. When we get official information about Severance Season 2, we will let you know.
Where to Watch Severance Season 2?
Season 2 of Severance will only be available to watch on Apple TV Plus when it comes out. The episodes will probably come out once a week, which is how the streaming service likes to do things. Yes, we’ve got your back if you haven’t seen the first season of Severance and just found this story to learn more about it so you can talk about it with your coworkers. You can get Apple TV Plus and watch all nine shows on your own.
What Will Be the Story of Severance Season 2?
The story of Severance season 2 hasn’t been fully revealed yet, but there were hints in season 1 that set it up. In the last episode of the first season of Severance, the innies use the Overtime Contingency built into their Lumon Severance Chips to get control of themselves when they’re not at work.
It will be hard to undo what they did in the world, like Mark telling his sister Devon about the abuse at Lumon, Helly (who seems to be an Eagan) speaking out against Severance at a Lumon event, and Irving trying to meet up with Burt. Cobel told Helly she would be punished for what she did, and in Severance season 2, Lumon will probably try to deal with MDR’s revolt without putting their allies in danger.
The Cast of Severance Season 2
For Severance season 2, most of the cast will be back from the first season of the strange Apple TV+ sci-fi show. Mark will once again be played by Adam Scott (Step Brothers), and Patricia Arquette (Medium) will be back as Harmony. As long as no one quits without a reason between now and when Severance season 2 comes out, the group will include:
- Adam Scott as Mark
- Patricia Arquette as Harmony
- Britt Lower as Helly
- John Turturro as Irving
- Zach Cherry as Dylan
- Tramell Tillman as Milchick
Severance Season 2 Latest Update
For most of 2023, there has been no news about Severance season 2. But a big part of the reason for this is that work stopped in May when the WGA screenwriters went on strike. It’s not strange that Apple or Severance producer Ben Stiller haven’t said anything new since the show hasn’t been worked on since and the cast went on strike when the still-going SAG-AFTRA strike started.
Severance, a sci-fi show about Lumon Industries worker Mark Scout, will return for a second season in August 2022. Despite rumors of showrunners Dan Erickson and Mark Friedman having issues, Apple announced the show’s renewal in August 2022. Season 2 is expected to be released on Apple TV+ by early 2024, with a release date of 2025 due to the Writers’ Strike by the WGA and a fight between Erickson and Friedman. The cast will return from the first season, with Adam Scott as Mark and Patricia Arquette as Harmony.