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“Balloon,” marks the end of the first season of Servant. “Jericho” answered many lingering questions about the Turners and what happened to baby Jericho, so the season finale episode was a doubling down on Leanne and an almost anti-climactic turn towards the future of the show.
The penultimate episode of Servant, “Jericho,” is arguably the most dread-filled episode of the series yet. After Julian confessed everything to Leanne last episode, the audience is finally clued in to what happened to baby Jericho.
Attaching M. Night Shyamalan’s name to the show attaches certain expectations, though it was written by Tony Basgallop and is more in tune with Shymalan’s recent horror-near-comedy offerings like Split, rather than classics like The Sixth Sense.