Severance Season 2 is finally set to premiere in 2025 and has been teased

We finally have a premiere date for Severance Season 2 — although it won’t be until next year.

Apple TV+ announced on Wednesday that the first episode of Severance Season 2 will premiere on the streaming platform on Friday, January 17, 2025, followed by one episode every Friday through March 21, 2025. We also got a quick 40-second trailer for the 10-episode season (Watch it here), which sees a number of familiar faces at Lumon.

You can read the official synopsis for Apple TV+’s Severance, which includes a tease of where we might find Mark Adam Scott and his company after the events of Season 1, below:

In “Severance,” Mark Scott (Adam Scott) leads a team at Lumon Industries, whose employees undergo a surgical separation procedure that splits their memories between their work and personal lives. This bold experiment in “work-life balance” is called into question when Mark finds himself at the center of an unraveling mystery that will force him to confront the true nature of his work…and himself. In Season 2, Mark and his friends learn the dire consequences of ignoring the separation barrier, leading them to more misery.

Today’s release date reveal has been long anticipated. Severance was such a hit on Apple TV+ when it debuted in February 2022 that Apple TV+ quickly renewed it for a second season before its first season ended.

While filming for the second season began last year, it was one of several TV series that halted production amid the writers’ strike last May, and was also affected by the subsequent actors’ strike. To fans’ delight, executive producer Ben Stiller confirmed that the series was “back in business” in January, and that production would resume within 12 months. wrapped in april.

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Severance will be back early next year.

In addition to Scott, Severance season 2 will also welcome Brett Lauer, Trammell Tillman, Zach Cherry, Jane Tulloch, Michael Chernus, DeShane Lachman, John Turturro, Christopher Walken, Patricia Arquette, and newcomer Sarah Bock.

While you wait, you can check out our review of the series premiere, which we gave a 9/10: “Director Ben Stiller and star Adam Scott deliver a disturbing examination of office culture in Apple TV+’s Severance,” we wrote at the time.

Alex Steadman is a senior news editor at IGN, overseeing entertainment reporting. When she’s not writing or editing, you can find her reading fantasy novels or playing Dungeons & Dragons.

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