Video “Ask Me Anything” con M. Night Shyamalan

To promote the launch of the second season of Apple TV +’s “Servant” series, M series producer Shyamalan participated in an “Ask Me Anything” with Reddit users. Apple has now posted the video on its channel YouTube.

In addition to being the producer of “Servant”, Shyamalan he also directed three episodes and in the AMA he answered questions about the series and shared some details of his work with Apple. When choosing a home for “Servant”, Shyamalan said he considered other streaming companies as well, but then chose Apple TV + because he felt it was the right place for him.

I was saying, if Apple ever did something, it would be a company I really respect. This was five, six years ago. When Servant arrived and we were about to enter the market, Apple was deciding to enter the streaming industry. […]

I remember the day we went to the meeting with Apple. I got out of the car and said “Please let it be fine, I want it to be fine“. They were so lovely and kind and said wonderful things about my previous narratives and the scripts we had shown them. When I got out into the parking lot, I turned to my agent and said “Here, this is where we need to be. Make it happen no matter what“.

Maybe it’s the legacy of Steve Jobs, maybe it’s the kind of value system the company is aiming for – simplicity, creativity and originality.

M. Night Shyamalan went on to say that it has been “wonderful” to grow up with Apple, and is happy to see that the number of viewers of the second season of “Servant” has exploded. He also said that Apple blindly trusted his scripts, and when something was not understood, they still trusted him.

Five episodes of the second season of “Servant” are available to date. Below is Shyamlan’s complete “Ask Me Anything” video about the series.

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