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Look: 'Severance' Season 2 resumes production

Adam Scott plays Mark S. on "Severance." File Photo by Jim Ruymen/UPI
Adam Scott plays Mark S. on "Severance." File Photo by Jim Ruymen/UPI

Jan. 29 (UPI) -- Severance is back in production.

Executive producer Ben Stiller confirmed Monday that production has resumed on Season 2 of the Apple TV+ thriller series.

Apple TV+ shared a photo of series star Adam Scott running through a hallway on set.

Stiller re-posted the image, writing, "Back to work. #SEVERANCE."

John Turturro attends the New York Film Festival opening night gala in 2019. File Photo by Bryan Smith/UPI
John Turturro attends the New York Film Festival opening night gala in 2019. File Photo by Bryan Smith/UPI
Patricia Arquette attends the Toronto International Film Festival premiere of "Gonzo Girl" in September. File Photo by Chris Chew/UPI
Patricia Arquette attends the Toronto International Film Festival premiere of "Gonzo Girl" in September. File Photo by Chris Chew/UPI

Production on Season 2 was halted in May 2023 due to the Writers Guild of America strike and was further delayed due to the SAG-AFTRA actors strike. Both strikes have since ended.

Severance is created by Dan Erickson. The show follows Mark S. (Scott), an employee at the mysterious Lumon Industries, a corporation whose workers undergo a "severance" procedure that surgically separates their memories of their work and personal lives.

Christopher Walken attends the Tribeca Film Festival premiere of "When I Live My Life Over Again" in 2015. File Photo by Dennis Van Tine/UPI
Christopher Walken attends the Tribeca Film Festival premiere of "When I Live My Life Over Again" in 2015. File Photo by Dennis Van Tine/UPI

Zach Cherry, Britt Lower, Tramell Tillman, Jen Tullock, Dichen Lachman, Michael Chernus, John Turturro, Christopher Walken and Patricia Arquette also star.

Severance Season 1 premiered in February 2022.

Dichen Lachman attends the SAG Awards in 2023. File Photo by Jim Ruymen/UPI
Dichen Lachman attends the SAG Awards in 2023. File Photo by Jim Ruymen/UPI