For some reason I thought this was a one-off limited series. But after the way today's finale ending, I'm definitely relieved that there is going to be a second season. That cliffhanger would have been unbearable otherwise.Apple today announced that it has renewed the critically acclaimed workplace thriller "Severance" for a second season. The announcement comes...www.macrumors.com
Possible, but I don't think so. When Cobel scheduled Mark's final session with Ms. Casey, her and Milchick were watching the surveillance feeding and commented on how them not recognizing each other being proof that severance works. I guess Mark's wife's twin would recognize her brother-in-law, too, but it would feel like a cheat.Well, either that or...
A twin sister. As of this moment could be one or the other.
Given how deliberately this season has been paced, and the way it usually lingers in the realm of quiet unease, I was amazed by just how tense this final was. I practically needed to catch my breath after that final sequence.The finale was extremely well paced, plotted, edited, scored, and acted. Excellent use of editing to ratchet up the tension.
The linked viral marketing site feels eerily like what the macrodata refiners were up to, and strangely you do get better at it as time goes on. The last fifty percent went a lot faster than the first fifty percent, with understanding what the hell I was doing or why at any point in the process.I think I figured it out. Clearly Lumon makes Wordle, because that’s what every Wordle playing friend of mine is posting on social media these days.