Next Time On… Severance season 1, episode 5

March 4, 2022
Cole Sansom 0
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This article contains predictions for the Apple TV+ series Severance season 1, episode 5.

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In episode 4 of Severance season 1 Mark visited Petey’s funeral. Here’s what happened.

  • Mark has Petey’s phone with many missed calls. He goes to Petey’s funeral and meets his daughter and ex-wife. Cobel is also there to extract a chip from his brain.
  • Cobel suspects something is up with Mark, and he’s taken to the wellness room where he makes a clay tree — a tree he later visits.
  • Irving becomes close to Burt and learns more about the original handbook. He finds a room filled with other workers.
  • They discover Rickon’s self-help book and Mark starts to read it.
  • Helly’s outie refuses to let her leave, so she tries to hang herself.

Severance season 1, episode 5 release date

The next episode of Severance will release on March 11th on Apple TV+. The first two episodes of the nine-episode miniseries dropped on February 18th followed by weekly releases of future episodes

Where to watch

Severance is available on Apple TV+, which costs $4.99 a month and includes a 7-day trial.

Predictions

Based on that cliffhanger, we can make some predictions about what will happen next:

  • Helly lives, I’m not sure how but probably one of the enforcer characters gets her down. She’ll probably be punished.
  • Will we finally learn more about Helly? Hopefully. There must be a damn good reason why she underwent the procedure.
  • I hope Mark finds another clue about Petey’s escape, and what’s going on at Lumen. I think June will make another appearance.
  • Irving probably won’t tell the others about the room he found.

What did you think will happen in the Apple TV+ series Severance season 1, episode 5? Comment below.

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