Rupert Grint is starring within the brand-new Apple TV+ collection ‘Servant.’ He spoke EXCLUSIVELY with HL concerning the ‘explosive’ and ‘disturbing’ new present and his character’s ‘interesting position.’
Rupert Grint stars as Julian within the new Apple TV+ present Servant, which premieres Nov. 28. The collection, which is govt produced by M. Night Shyamalan, follows Dorothy and Sean Turner, who’ve suffered a devastating tragedy. When they rent a younger nanny named Leanne, they quickly discover a darkish shift of their lives. Rupert was drawn to this psychological thriller the second he learn the script. “I’d never read anything like it,” he advised HollywoodLife on the present’s New York City press junket. “I think I only got the first, maybe the first episode, and just kind of one scene completely out of context. I had no idea what was going on. But there was just something about it that was so deeply kind of disturbing and unsettling, occasionally very surreal, and had a bit of humor as well. It was kind of everything you want in a show.”
Julian is Dorothy’s youthful brother. Rupert teased that his character has an “interesting position and dynamic” as a result of he doesn’t stay in the home the place Dorothy, Sean, and Leanne are the vast majority of the time. When Leanne arrives, issues positively take a flip. “She’s this kind of dark force that enters the house and Julian just can’t really work her out,” Rupert continued.
Throughout filming, the forged was saved at midnight about the place the story was going. “You still have so many questions and that’s what I love about this show,” Rupert stated. “Constantly throughout, you’re always asking — is this supernatural or can things be rationally kind of explained? With the characters as well, you always kind of question are they good or are they bad… That fact that it’s all contained in one space, this one house, just makes things even more kind of explosive.”
The collection additionally stars Lauren Ambrose, Toby Kebbell, and Nell Tiger Free. The first three episodes of Servant will likely be launched on Nov. 28. From then on, new episodes of the 10-episode first season will premiere Fridays on Apple TV+. Servant has already been renewed for a second season.