Which Severance Character Are You?
Do you know what happens at Lumon Industries? Neither do we, and you wouldn’t even if you were a Lumon employee. That’s what makes Severance such a fascinating show. That, coupled with tremendous performances by the cast, makes the Apple TV+ show one of the top shows in recent years.
This exciting science fiction show is about office workers who undergo the surgical procedure known as severance, leading to them having two different lives: their work lives and personal lives. It has engrossed critics and audiences alike. Created by Dan Erickson, it gives a wild look at life in Lumon HQ and offers little details along the way that keep you guessing. From baby goats to the Grim Barbarity of Optics and Design painting, there are so many strange things happening at Lumon.
So, which Severance character are you? Do you want to stay in your two separate lives or do you want to break out? Find out more by taking this quiz, and make sure you stay clear of the break room.
Severance is a TV series on Apple TV+ starring Adam Scott, Christopher Walken, Patricia Arquette, John Turturro, Britt Lower, Zach Cherry, and Tramell Tillman. Created by Dan Erickson and directed by Ben Stiller and Aoife McArdle, it tells the story of Lumon Industries and the employees who work there. Mark Scout, played by Adam Scott, is the main character, and he and some of his colleagues have undergone the severance procedure. This means their brain was surgically divided, so it only remembers work things at work and personal things at home. The first season was met with rave reviews and multiple Emmy nominations.
When the show begins, the Innies know nothing of the outside world or what's happening at their workplace. But once a mysterious colleague appears, Mark leads to try and figure out what is truly going on at Lumon. The company is led by the teachings of Kier Eagan, the founder of the company. It almost has a cult-like following. The different rooms in the office have different meanings than a normal office. The conference room and the break room are particularly important areas of the office. The office workers don't know what the other departments do in the company as well.