Servant: “Awake” Review

With Leanne having temporarily disposed of Sean and Julian, the Turner house is more tense than it’s ever been.  Dorothy tries to figure a way for her and Jericho, while a stunning realization turns her world upside down.  All this and more on the penultimate episode of Servant! (Spoilers Ahead – You’ve Been Warned) Captivity Opening minutes after Sean and Julian were taken by paramedics, … Continue reading Servant: “Awake” Review

Servant: “Zoo” Review

Leanne continues to shock and terrify the Turners and even more revelations are made, all while the most awkward birthday party goes on with a petting zoo, all on the latest episode of Servant! Since Dorothy was in the hospital/physical rehab for Jericho’s birthday, Leanne randomly decides to throw one now, with very little notice, and thus none of Dorothy’s actual friends are there.  The … Continue reading Servant: “Zoo” Review

Servant: “Seánce” Review

Things just keep getting weirder and more tense on Servant!  The latest episode introduces two new characters and takes things from eccentric and fun weird to downright disturbing pretty quickly… Live In Nurses Picking up where last week left off, the live-in nurses Dorothy hired Bev and Bobbie are just as hilariously strange and eccentric as you’d expect from this series.  They open with a … Continue reading Servant: “Seánce” Review

Servant: “Pigeon” Review

Following a shocking cliffhanger ending (no pun intended), Servant returned this week with its Season 4 premiere.  For a series that was always an incredible slow burn, this episode jumps right in and goes further into horror/thriller than we’ve ever seen before! Philadelphia in Fall Picking up a few months after Dorothy’s bone-breaking fall, things at the Turner house seem great for Leanne.  She’s chipper … Continue reading Servant: “Pigeon” Review

Servant: “Goose” Review

The only thing more uncomfortable and awkward than the interpersonal interactions on Servant this season is a Christmas meal filled with tension.  The penultimate episode of Season 2 combines both of these for an episode that’s admittedly less intense than ones we’ve seen thus far, but the events that happen have been a very long time coming. (Spoilers Ahead – You’ve Been Warned) Cradle-Robbing Christmas … Continue reading Servant: “Goose” Review

Servant: “Cake” Review

After what was arguably the most intense and brutal episode of Servant thus far, “Cake” takes a step back from the intensity, but in some ways it’s even more unsettling and creepy in different ways.  All the while, the plot picks up the pace and sets up a thrilling cliffhanger (Spoilers Ahead – You’ve Been Warned) Dorothy Jekyll and Mrs. Hyde To say that Dorothy … Continue reading Servant: “Cake” Review

Servant: “2:00” Review

Last week’s episode, “Pizza” was fun and lighthearted with Sean and Dorothy creating a fake pizza restaurant to try and infiltrate a house they believed Leanna might be in. However it ended with on an absolutely dark and creepy note as Dorothy proved just how far she’s willing to go, and that continues in “2:00”.  This latest episode is without a doubt the most disturbing … Continue reading Servant: “2:00” Review

Servant: “Pizza” Review

In an episode aptly titled “Pizza”, Servant reaches its most absurd, as well as its most brilliant, at least in terms of Dorothy’s character.  Her range is on full display here as she goes from vulnerable, to clever, to tactical, to downright terrifying. (Spoilers Ahead – You’ve Been Warned) Cheesus Crust No, you didn’t read that wrong.  After putting the word out on air about … Continue reading Servant: “Pizza” Review

Servant: “Spaceman” Review

Still reeling from the disappearance of both Leanne and baby “Jericho”, Dorothy, Sean, and Julian all move past the initial shock and each try to do something about it, with varying degrees of success and skill. (Spoilers Ahead – You’ve Been Warned!!!) 4 Days Lost After encountering Leanne on the night of the baptism party, Roscoe finally awakens in his car, disoriented, incredibly hungry, and … Continue reading Servant: “Spaceman” Review

Servant: “Doll” Review

Just two days short of being exactly one year later, the Servant is back with a second season.  Known for creating a myriad and mysteries, and making its audience intentionally uncomfortable, this new season wastes no time at doing with the series does best. The Aftermath Following the events of Jericho’s christening party, that baby himself is missing, with just the doll left behind.  While … Continue reading Servant: “Doll” Review