Severance Season 2 Resumes Production with Exciting New Cast Additions

LOS ANGELES – Production for the second season of Apple TV+’s hit series “Severance” has resumed after a year and a half hiatus caused by strikes in the industry. The show, which revolves around the shady corporation Lumon Industries, had initially begun filming in October 2022. However, the writers and actors strikes halted production, leaving fans on the edge of their seats with a cliffhanger ending at the conclusion of season one.

Executive producer and director Ben Stiller confirmed the news on Monday, expressing his excitement to be back on set. Stiller stated, “We are thrilled and delighted to be back on set for the exciting second chapter of ‘Severance.’ Though we don’t know how long we’ve been gone or who we are outside, we are told people enjoy the show and we couldn’t be happier. Praise Kier!”

In addition to the return of Adam Scott in the lead role, the second season of “Severance” will feature eight new cast members. Alia Shawkat from “Search Party,” Gwendoline Christie from “Game of Thrones,” and Merritt Wever from “Unbelievable” are among the new recruits. Bob Balaban, Robby Benson, Stefano Carannate, John Noble, and Ólafur Darri Ólafsson have also joined the ensemble.

While Apple has not announced a specific return date for the show, production is reportedly progressing smoothly. With the resumption of filming, fans can anticipate the resolution of the season one cliffhanger and the unfolding of new mysteries within the world of Lumon Industries.

The second season of “Severance” aims to captivate audiences once again with its thrilling storyline and talented cast. As fans eagerly await the release of new episodes, the return of this suspenseful series marks an exciting development in the world of streaming entertainment.