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Severance Season 1 Episode 7 Review: Defiant Jazz

Severance Review: Defiant Jazz

In our review of Severance Season 1 Episode 7, we discuss the show's broader philosophy arc, that raucous dance party, an unexpected retirement, and that shocking twist!
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Severance Season 1 Episode 6 Review: Hide and Seek

Severance Review: Hide and Seek

Severance Season 1 Episode 6 features the Macrodata team searching for answers, love connections, and a peek into an as-yet-unseen Outie's life. Read our review here.
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Severance Season 1 Episode 4 Review: The You You Are

Severance Review: The You You Are

On Severance Season 1 Episode 4, things from bad to worse for Helly. Mark navigates his feelings of grief, while Irving makes a friend. Read on for our review.
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Severance Season 1 Episode 3 Review: In Perpetuity

Severance Review: In Perpetuity

On Severance Season 1 Episode 3, Helly keeps trying to escape, so the team takes her on a "field" trip. Petey's condition worsens. Read our review here!
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Severance Details

From director and executive producer Ben Stiller and creator Dan Erickson comes Severance.

Mark Scout (Adam Scott) leads a team at Lumon Industries, whose employees have undergone a severance procedure, which surgically divides their memories between their work and personal lives.

This daring experiment in “work-life balance” is called into question as Mark finds himself at the center of an unraveling mystery that will force him to confront the true nature of his work… and of himself.

The series is written and created by Dan Erickson. Mark Friedman, Chris Black, John Cameron and Andrew Colville are executive producers alongside Erickson.

Ben Stiller, Nicky Weinstock and Jackie Cohn executive produce through Red Hour Productions, and both Patricia Arquette and Adam Scott serve as producers. Endeavor Content serves as the studio.

Network:
Apple TV+
Number of Episodes
9
Start Date
Seasons:

Severance Quotes

Rise up from your deathbed and sally forth, more perfect for the struggle.

Irving (quoting Kier Eagan)

Hi, kids. What's for dinner?

Irving