What you need to know
- Adam Scott has won a Webby for his role in Apple TV+ show Severance.
- Scott has won the Webby Best Actor award for his lead role in one of the hotted shows around right now.
Apple TV+ has won another award, this time specifically for Adam Scott's role in Severance. Scott has picked up a Webby Best Actor award, it has been confirmed.
Severance has become a beloved Apple TV+ show since its recent season one finale and the excitement is already building for its second season. Now, Scott has been been given the Webby Best Actor for his "incredible work" on the show.
Those who are yet to watch Severance and want to see what all the fuss is about can do exactly that right now. The entire first season is available and a second has already been signed on. You'll need an Apple TV+ or Apple One subscription to watch, however.
If you want to enjoy Severance in style, be sure to check out our list of the best Apple TV deals on the market today. Failing that, Apple TV+ can be watched on anything from game consoles to smart televisions and everything in between.
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