Apple has released a full-length trailer for 'Servant,' the M. Night Shyamalan-produced series arriving on Apple TV+ on November 28, giving viewers a longer look at what to expect from the mini-series.
Published to the Apple TV YouTube account, the trailer is the longest video promoting the series so far, and offers more insight into the upcoming series. Previous teasers were approximately 15 seconds in length apiece, including those promoted by producer M. Night Shyamalan on Twitter, with the new trailer providing more of a feel of the show's story than the mood-setting earlier clips.
"Servant" follows a Philadelphia couple in mourning after a tragedy puts their marriage at risk, and according to Apple's description "opens the door for a mysterious force to enter their home." As highlighted in earlier clips, the trailer features a disturbingly lifelike doll named Jericho, with it implied Jericho's "mother" is unaware it is a doll.
The show stars Lauren Ambrose and Toby Kebbell as the parents, Nell Tiger Free as a nanny hired to care for their newborn child, and Rupert Grint as a younger brother to the mother. Written and created by Tony Basgallop, Shyamalan serves as both the director and an executive producer alongside Basgallop, Ashwin Rajan, Jason Blumenthal, Todd Black, Steve Tisch, and Taylor Latham.
Apple TV+ will make "Servant" available to stream on November 28 to subscribers of the service, though it is unclear if all episodes will be provided at once or if it will be distributed over a period of time. The subscription costs $4.99 per month, but it is also available free for a year for customers buying select Apple hardware.