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Severance
Airing since 2022
Mark leads a team of office workers whose memories have been surgically divided between their work and personal lives. When a mysterious colleague appears outside of work, it begins a journey to discover the truth about their jobs.
We're all different people at work.
Adam Scott
Mark Scout
Britt Lower
Helly Riggs
2
Best Performance
Zach Cherry
Dylan George
1
Scene Stealer
Tramell Tillman
Seth Milchick
1
Scene Stealer
Jen Tullock
Devon
Dichen Lachman
Ms. Casey
Michael Chernus
Ricken Hale
John Turturro
Irving Bailiff
Christopher Walken
Burt Goodman
Patricia Arquette
Harmony Cobel
1
Worst Performance
Marc Geller
Kier Eagan
Michael Cumpsty
Doug Graner
Claudia Robinson
Felicia
Nikki M. James
Alexa
Sydney Cole Alexander
Natalie
Yul Vazquez
Peter 'Petey' Kilmer
Rachel Addington
Elizabeth
Mark Kenneth Smaltz
Judd
Annie McNamara
Danise
Donald Webber Jr.
Patton
Grace Rex
Rebeck
Nora Dale
Gabriela 'Gabby' Arteta
Michael Siberry
Jame Eagan
Anthoula Katsimatides
Florence
Cassidy Layton
June Kilmer
Ethan Flower
Angelo Arteta
Karen Aldridge
Regabhi
Jeff McCarthy
Nature Documentary Voice (voice)
Hudson Flynn
WMC Activist 1
Ruby Stevens
WMC Activist 2
Alexis Cofield
Checkout Girl
Alexandra Ferrara
Weather Channel Voiceover (voice)
Michael Kayne
Steven
Jillian Lindig
Myrtle Eagan
Lou Martini Jr.
Cop Voiceover (voice)
James Augustus Lee
Bartender
Joanne Kelly
Nina Kilmer
Brian Rock
Goat Wrangler
Michael Caiazzo
Lead Singer
Margaret Chardiet
Bass
Tye Miller
Guitarist
Blaze James Gorman
Dylan's Son
Jonathan Iglesias
Guy at Venue
Olivia Alboher
Woman in Old Woman Mask
Griffin Stanton-Ameisen
Waiter
Samantha Farrow
Woman in Bride Mask
Charles Henry Wood
Drummer
Sarah Gold
Woman in Jester Mask
Tara Rodriguez
Choreographer
Weston Krukow
Man in Sheep's Head Mask
Arthur Brooks
Cecil
Rajat Suresh
Balf
Amy Stiller
Event Coordinator
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Re-Watchability
65% Drama
Comedy 35%
Technology
Corporate America
Speculative
Reviews
There are enough intriguing elements here to fill a 2-hour film, but by stretching the story into a full season of episodes, it becomes a frustrating experience. You spend so much time inside the corporate dystopia, yet never learn anything meaningful about its origins or how this biotech company actually makes a profit. And the villains, while plenty scary, don't seem to follow the rules of logic. The twists in the finale are fun to explore, but things still move too slowly to force the drama.