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Apple TV+ hit "Servant" was this week nominated for Best Drama Series at the TV Choice Awards, racking up another industry honor.
Apple announced the nomination on Tuesday through "Servant's" official Twitter account. The show is going up against 62 contenders in the TV Choice Awards category.
Unlike typical industry awards, TV Choice winners are selected by viewers.
A tentpole Apple TV+ exclusive, "Servant" is billed as a psychological thriller that tells the story of a couple who suffered the tragic loss of their baby son, and have taken to caring for a doll in his place. The show stars Lauren Ambrose, Rupert Grint, Nell Tiger Free, and Toby Kebbell.
"Servant" reportedly doubled its audience year-over-year with the premiere of Season 2 in January, nearly matching platform standouts "Defending Jacob" and "Ted Lasso."
This week's announcement comes on the back of a months-long media blitz that included interviews with show creator M. Night Shyamalan.
AppleInsider reviewed the first episode of Season 2 and found the show to be visually appealing, though its plot is wearing thin.
Apple renewed "Servant" for a third season in December.