What you need to know
- Apple TV+ star Rupert Grint has talked about how becoming a father changed his perspective on 'Servant'.
- He said in an interview that it was probably the worst show to be a part of if you've just become a parent.
- Grint and Nell Tiger Free spoke ahead of the season two premiere of the show next week.
Servant star Rupert Grint has said that the Apple TV+ show was probably "the worst show to be a part of if you've just become a parent" in a recent interview.
In an interview with comicbook.com, Grint spoke to Brandon Davis alongside co-star Nell Tiger Free. The harrowing M. Night Shyamalan thriller follows the struggles of a couple who try to cope with the loss of their child in mysterious circumstances, in part by adopting a very creepy doll in its place.
Speaking to Davis, Grint said that Servant was "probably the worst show to be a part of if you've just become a parent." The cast reportedly filmed the season in two halves because of constraints caused by the pandemic, and Grint's child, Wednesday G. Grint, was born right in the middle. He said that when he returned to the show he had a new perspective on the show:
Nell Tiger Free told Davis that she thought viewers "would get some of the answers that they were craving" from season one when the new season debuts next week, January 15.
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