Apple Partners With Restaurants to Offer Free Pizza in Celebration of 'Servant' Season 2 Finale
Apple is partnering with two Los Angeles-based restaurants this weekend to offer free pizza in celebration of the second-season finale of the Apple TV+ show "Servant." The promotion pays homage to "Cheezus Crust," a fictional pizza delivery business in the show.
Those in Los Angeles can order the free pizza from either Gjelina or Milo & Olive through Grubhub, with the offer lasting through Sunday or until supplies last. The pizza's toppings include duck sausage, confit leeks, shimeiji mushroom, nameko mushrooms, mozzarella, and thyme, echoing the use of occasionally peculiar food in "Servant." The pizza is listed at $30, but the discount will be applied at checkout.
The Turners launch Cheezus Crust, a pizza delivery service, in Season 2 of @Servant. To celebrate the finale, we’re bringing free pizza to LA exclusively on @grubhub this weekend. Starting today at 5PM PST.@Gjelina: https://t.co/7T43XbSOXQ@MiloandOlive: https://t.co/jhiwr3BGgt pic.twitter.com/A5uqSqtjrn — Apple TV (@AppleTV) March 19, 2021
"Servant," a horror thriller produced by M. Night Shyamalan, follows a Philadelphia couple who are in mourning after losing their child. Their baby, Jericho, is replaced by a reborn doll that Dorothy, the mother, thinks is real, and a strange nanny, Leanne, is hired to look after the doll. After Leanne's arrival, bizarre things begin happening to the family.
"Servant" was one of the first series on Apple TV+, and it was popular with Apple TV+ subscribers. Apple renewed the show for a third season in December.
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Based on what I've read, Jesus may have found Cheezus Crust as a name of a pizza place funny himself.
He probably would have walked in, had a slice, convinced the owners to donate 10% or more of their pizza to the needy in the neighborhood, blessed everyone there, and gone on his merry way.
He definitely would NOT have shot the place up, blown it up, burned a cross in front of it, or pulled the owners out and burned them at the stake for heresy, like, well, you know who you are.
On topic: Now I HAVE to see the show. :)