Apple Shares New Trailer for Upcoming Apple TV+ Show 'Servant'

Apple this evening shared a new trailer for its upcoming Apple TV+ show "Servant," which is set to come out in just over two weeks.

This particular clip shows a doll maker creating Jericho, the lifelike fake baby that plays a starring role in the show.


"Servant" is a thriller produced and directed by M. Night Shyamalan, known for movies like "Signs," "Glass," "Split," and more. The movie follows a Philadelphia couple who hire a nanny to look after their "child" following a tragedy.

Based on the trailers that have been shown so far, including the newest trailer, a couple loses a child and then adopts Jericho, a rather real-looking fake baby. The nanny that's hired to look after Jericho turns out to be unusual herself, leading to a series of strange events.


"Servant" will be the first major new series to come to ‌Apple TV‌+ following its November 1 launch, with the show set to debut on Thursday, November 28. "Servant" is a shorter form show that will feature 10 30 minute episodes.

If you're interested in discussing Apple's new TV shows, make sure to head over to the new MacRumors Apple TV+ forum.

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3 weeks ago
plot twist. The dad lost his wife and baby one year ago. The wife is just a doll to help him cope, just like the baby. The babysitter is his therapist.
Rating: 12 Votes
3 weeks ago
I’ve only had time to watch TMS and See but, so far, I’m impressed. I can’t wait to see how they will continue to add value to this service over the next year. One thing I’m really looking forward to are documentaries.
Rating: 8 Votes
3 weeks ago
Plot twist — it’ll suck. Just like all the MNS shows have since The Sixth Sense.
Rating: 6 Votes
3 weeks ago


M. Night Shyamalan.....chances are its going to be trash


Even if it is trash, for no apparent reason, it will get rave reviews.
Rating: 6 Votes
3 weeks ago
Every major show that came with the launch of  TV+ - TMS, See, Dickinson, FAM - have all been good. The elephant queen is good too. Quality over quantity.
Rating: 5 Votes
3 weeks ago


M. Night Shyamalan.....chances are its going to be trash


I disagree. With M. Night Shyamalan, chances are it's going to be great -- but underrated and widely misunderstood (and that has more to do with the audience than the director).
Rating: 5 Votes
3 weeks ago
Rule one: Don't hire creepy baby sitter.
Rating: 4 Votes
3 weeks ago
M. Night Shyamalan.....chances are its going to be trash
Rating: 4 Votes
3 weeks ago
these shows all look terrible.
Rating: 3 Votes
3 weeks ago


If you mean quality as in beautifully shot and nicely made, then yes. But there are other aspects: script, narrative, subject, entertainment value, even general appeal, and most of the shows lack on that.

You could say See is a quality production in the technical sense, but boy is it bad... terrible show.

No, you are incorrect. You are merely stating your opinion. Don’t try to act that you are the objective authority on taste in television. I and many others love these shows, including script, narrative, entertainment value, and general appeal!

lesson #1 for adults: never pass your opinion off as a fact. You will soon learn that others don’t take kindly to that.
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