What you need to know
- "Severance" is now streaming on Apple TV+.
- Apple Music has dropped a "Defiant Jazz" playlist in celebration of the dance party scene.
Shared by Tramell Tillman, the actor who plays Milchick, Apple has created the "Defiant Jazz" playlist on Apple Music, a call back to the dance party that the group won in the first season.
We got a playlist, y'all! #Severance : Defiant Jazz' playlist exclusively on @AppleMusic: https://t.co/3qH1AKdIZD pic.twitter.com/9Men9szt10We got a playlist, y'all! #Severance : Defiant Jazz' playlist exclusively on @AppleMusic: https://t.co/3qH1AKdIZD pic.twitter.com/9Men9szt10— Tramell Tillman (@TramellTillman) April 15, 2022April 15, 2022
Ben Stiller, who directed most of the first season, said that the playlist "embodies the weird tension under the surface that always exists with the characters."
You can check out the new playlist on Apple Music below:
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