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Servant Season 4 Episode 5 Release Date: What Can We Expect From This Episode?

Season 4 of Servant provides an epic conclusion to the Turner saga, following the horrific events of the previous season’s finale. Spruce Street, Philadelphia, and beyond are all in danger as Leanne’s conflict with the Church of Lesser Saints heats up.

Meanwhile, the broken Turner family has to deal with the truth of what’s happening to Dorothy and the growing danger posed by Leanne. The Turner family is falling apart, but at least we know who Leanne Grayson is and who the child in their home is.

For those who have been keeping up with this one week by week, they may be wondering when the next episode will be available to view online. What were you thinking?

Servant Season 4 Episode 5 Release Date

On February 10th, at around midnight (ET)/(PT) and 5 am (AM), the fifth episode of Season 4 of Servant will be made available (GMT). This, of course, is very contingent on how rapidly Apple updates the show with new episodes. While this is not the official release date, it should be close.


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Subtitles for Servant have been made accessible from the beginning, and the chapter’s estimated running time is 26 minutes.

How Many Episodes Will Servant Season 4 Have?

There are five more episodes planned for Season 4 of Servant following this one. Stay in for more as the shocking tragedy slowly but surely makes its way into the Turner household.

Where to Watch Servant Season 4 Episode 5?

The aforementioned data is when subscribers to Apple TV+ may watch Episode 5 of Servant Season 4.

What Can We Expect From Servant Season 4 Episode 5?

With each passing day, Leanne gains strength and self-assurance. She has grown increasingly confident in her supernatural skills and no longer fears the Church of Lesser Saints. Sean has decided to flip sides and support his wife, but he couldn’t have picked a worse time to do it.


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Nothing short of a miracle would convince me that they could force Leanne out. They better have a great plan if they want to eliminate her. The prospect of Jericho’s destruction is always a concern.

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Dorothy has come to the disturbing conclusion that she is missing some of her past recollections. She will keep probing for answers, and she will push Sean and Julian to discuss their whereabouts during this mysterious time gap. Uncle George worries that Leanne will ruin the city, and he is constantly close by with Roscoe.

Servant Season 4 Episode 5 Cast Details

For the last season of Servant, we’ll see all four main characters back. The cast includes Rupert Grint as Julian Pearce, Nell Tiger Free as Leanne Grayson, Toby Kebbell as Sean Turner, and Lauren Ambrose as Dorothy Turner.

For the past three years, Lauren Ambrose’s portrayal of Dorothy Turner has been utterly enthralling.

She has appeared in numerous films and television shows, but her role as Agent Einstein in the new X-Files series is the one that has brought her the most fame.

Well-known films in which Toby Kebbell has appeared include Fantastic Four, Warcraft, Dawn of the Planet of the Apes, and Wrath of the Titans.

With his time as Sean Turner on Servant drawing to a close, he will make a recurring appearance on For All Mankind in season 4.

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In addition to her role as the intriguing Leanne Grayson on Servant, Nell Tiger Free is well-known for her work as Myrcella Baratheon on Game of Thrones and Janey in the upcoming 2019 film Too Old to Die Young.


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Rupert Grint is most known for his role as Ron Weasley in the Harry Potter series, but he has also made a name for himself in other notable films like Guillermo del Toro’s Cabinet of Curiosities, as well as Snatch and Sick Note.

Season 4 will also see the return of Tony Revolori, who played Flash Thompson in all three Tom Holland Spider-Man films and now plays in the new Disney Plus series Willow.

Servant Season 3 Ending Explained

After such a thrilling climax, viewers will be left wondering where the story will head in Season 4.

While Sean snoozed on the couch, Dorothy picked up a picture frame and stuffed it inside her purse. She’s trying to escape with a sobbing Jericho in her arms, and a car is waiting for her outside.

Nonetheless, Leanne stands in her way and politely asks Dorothy if she can tag along. Leanne is eager to join Dorothy everywhere she goes, but Dorothy is unhappy there and would want to go without her.


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Leanne snatches Dorothy by the waist and calls out to Sean. When Julian and Sean go by, they hear the commotion. Dorothy shows her true colors and diagnoses Leanne with insanity, implying that she needs help.

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Dorothy resists Sean’s pleadings to stay and instead insists that they take Jericho with them. There follows an event. Even though Leanne has promised Dorothy that she will be safe, Dorothy goes ahead and does something.

After apologizing to Dorothy, the banister breaks and Dorothy tumbles to the ground. Sean, distressed and in pain, scream at Julian to call an ambulance.

At the end of the episode, Dorothy, who has been severely injured, looks up the stairs and sees Leanne looking at her.

Even if Dorothy survives the fall, she will be helpless to stop Leanne now.


The drama/thriller Servant almost touches on terror at times. The tragic tale of a Philadelphia couple named the Turners who lost a baby at 13 weeks of age is told.

An unqualified counselor suggests using a doll for object therapy on the grieving Dorothy, and the results are miraculous. Dorothy, who is convinced that the doll is alive, hires a terrifying teen named Leanne to watch over the infant.

Then bad things start to occur. There are some legitimately terrifying scenes in here; the show is bonkers. For more details visit our website

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