Apple TV+ Thriller 'Servant' Nominated for 2021 TV Choice Award

Popular Apple TV+ original show "Servant" has been nominated for the Best Drama Series category in the upcoming 2021 TV Choice Awards.

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Apple announced the nomination this week via its official "Servant" Twitter account. The TV Choice Awards is held annually, with winners awarded on the basis of a public vote, rather than being chosen by critics. "Servant" will compete with 62 other contenders in the Best Drama Series category in the viewer-selected awards, which celebrate their 25th anniversary this year.

"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 has remained popular with ‌‌‌Apple TV+‌‌‌ subscribers, following a strong second season. Apple renewed the show for a third season in December.

The winners will of this year's TV Choice Awards will be announced online in early September.

Top Rated Comments

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6 weeks ago
I have found this TV series very frustrating. Too many questions and hardly any payoff. The biggest problems are the unrealistic characterisations, actions and reactions. It's like the creators have never interacted with real people and thought what they would do in such circumstances.

The concept of the show is good as well as the filming of it, but it stretches credibility to nonsensical and the patience of its audience.
Score: 13 Votes (Like | Disagree)
DJTaurus Avatar
6 weeks ago
Great first season.
Dull and dump second one…..
Score: 8 Votes (Like | Disagree)
blindzero Avatar
6 weeks ago

I can't start shows like this - M Night reminds me of JJ Abrams - starts shows with lots of mystery, but never really had an answer to the riddles, which I find to be crazy frustration. JJ's biggest example was Fringe - what a killer show, but more questions than he could answer. I've heard that about Servant so I've avoided it...
Did you finish Fringe? While I didn't love every direction it went, I didn't feel it left a lot unanswered in the end.

Even though I very much enjoy The Servant once I acclimated to each season's groove...a lot will depend on the final explanation for everything. It's one of the shows I look forward to each week tho. Most shows I just wait and binge anymore.
Score: 4 Votes (Like | Disagree)
dmylrea Avatar
6 weeks ago

pushing through to the end of season 2 was a total ball ache. Its just so stupid. I won't be bothering with season 3. NO ONE BEHAVES LIKE THAT IN R£AL LIFE
If that's the metric you rate movies by, then you must be very disappointed with...literally everything.
Score: 3 Votes (Like | Disagree)
Ar40 Avatar
6 weeks ago
I love love LOVE this show. I find the writing and acting delicious. People who enjoy realism might be disappointed, this is more a show for those of us who like tense psychological thrillers, along with a dash of good ol' camp.
Score: 3 Votes (Like | Disagree)
Gator5000e Avatar
6 weeks ago
Off topic a bit - but how has For All Mankind not won every TV award available? Great frackin show. I just finished the second season and wish the third season was already available. Fantastic, riveting television.
Score: 2 Votes (Like | Disagree)

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