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M. Night Shyamalan, who shot to fame with his supernatural hit film "The Sixth Sense," hasn't worked much in television, but he's bringing his uncanny aesthetic to the new Apple TV+ platform with the series "Servant". The director of "Unbreakable," "Glass" and "The Village" is aiming high with the new series, the first three episodes of which began streaming Thursday.Although only 10 episodes have so far been filmed -- the remaining seven will be released one by one until Jan. 17 -- Shyamalan says he hopes to shoot 60 in total, and he's already worked out an ending.The show is infused with the director's trademark anxiety-inducing music, dark lighting and suffocating atmosphere.More than any other series marking the debut of Apple TV+, "Servant" could help to define the new streaming platform with a kind of originality that the tech company has always prided itself on.The series was already been renewed for a second season, ahead of its premiere.
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