Hit comedy Ted Lasso put another one into the back of the net for Apple TV+. Or it put another 20 there, if you like. The show notched 20 Emmy nominations today, breaking the record for a first-year comedy that Glee set in 2010 with 19.
Apple TV+ show Servant is one of the longlist nominees for Best Drama Series at the 2021 TV Choice Awards, Apple has revealed.
While it’s great to see Apple TV+ rack up another award nomination, it’s important to note that the longlist is, well, very long: Servant is one of more than 50 shows up for the award. A spokesperson told Cult of Mac that the shortlist will be announced in June.
Thriller fans should brace for an Apple TV+ binge-a-thon this week. They can watch all nine episodes of creepy new show Calls, which debuted on Apple TV+ Friday, or take in the first two full seasons of M. Night Shyamalan’s gripping Servant.
The Servant season finale arrived today alongside a new episode of alt-history space race show For All Mankind.
Survive the Attic is a new web-based game that takes players into the bizarre home that’s the setting of Servant on Apple TV+. There are 10 puzzles for fans of the show to solve, and easter eggs to discover.
According to a new report, the first episode of season two, which debuted last week, registered double the audience that watched the show “during the same time frame” during season one. That suggests that Servant has spread through word of mouth, as well as potentially indicating that Apple TV+ has picked up considerably more viewers in the past year.
2021 not scary enough for you? Apple TV+ is here to help. On Friday, Apple debuted the first episode of season two of Servant. The creepy psychological thriller series from Tony Basgallop and M. Night Shyamalan spooked audiences with its first season about the supernatural goings-on involving “baby” Jericho and nanny Leanne.