Critic Consensus: Servant's second season serves up a solid - if not always convincing - set of thrills with a better grasp on its dark humor.
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Following a tragedy that has caused a rift in their marriage, the Turners hire a nanny, who soon finds that things are not as they seem
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It's right in my wheelhouse... The suspense and the thriller-ish elements had me locked in.
Servant is everything that I want in a horror series. It features an award-worthy performance by Lauren Ambrose, gorgeous direction and a mythology that rivals Lost. Season 2 is somehow even better than the first.
Dorothy and Sean's Philadelphia brownstone is still a perfectly creepy and claustrophobic setting - even with the on-the-nose metaphor of foundation issues.
If the M Night Shyamalan canon could be classified as a class hierarchy, Servant would belong to the smug upper-middle class.
If you like your drama more transparent and explosive then Servant might prove a touch pedestrian. That being said, what these elegantly contrived half hour character dramas do offer is subtle complexity driven by story.
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