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Season two of Apple TV+’s ‘Severance’ back in production

Director and executive producer Ben Stiller took to Instagram yesterday to confirm that the Apple TV+’s “Severance” series has returned to production after a months-long delay due to the Hollywood strikes.

Director and executive producer Ben Stiller took to Instagram yesterday to confirm that the Apple TV+’s “Severance” series has returned to production after a months-long delay due to the Hollywood strikes, reports Deadline.

Production has paused production on Season 2 in May when the WGA went on strike, which was then followed by the SAG-AFTRA walkout. With both strikes long resolved, things are is now back on course.

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Dennis Sellers
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