Renewed: See

Post-apocalyptic US drama See starring Jason Momoa has been renewed for a third season ahead, of its upcoming second season on Apple TV+.

Filming is currently underway in Toronto, Canada.

Season Two will will premiere on Friday, August 27, with a new episode every Friday.

It will introduce Dave Bautista (Guardians of the Galaxy) as Edo Voss, the brother of Momoa’s character, Baba Voss.

New series regular cast members include Eden Epstein (Sweetbitter), Tom Mison (Watchmen), Hoon Lee (Warrior), Olivia Cheng (Warrior), David Hewlett (The Shape of Water) and Tamara Tunie (Flight).

“See” takes place in the far future and humankind has lost its sense of sight. In season two, Baba Voss is fighting to reunite his torn-apart family and get away from the war and politics that surround him, but the more he moves away, the deeper he gets sucked in, and the emergence of his nemesis brother threatens his family even more.

The second season of “See” is executive produced by Steven Knight, Francis Lawrence, Peter Chernin, Jenno Topping, Jim Rowe and Jonathan Tropper, who also serves as showrunner. The series is produced by Chernin Entertainment and Endeavor Content.

“See” has been a fan favourite since premiering on Apple TV+ in November 2019. The series features cast and crew who are blind or have low vision and has been honoured for its representation of the visually impaired, winning the Ruderman Family Foundation Seal of Authentic Representation in 2020.

3 Comments:

  1. ‘See’ certainly has all the ingredients to make four or five seasons including having a number of producers with proven movie success, and hunk of all trades Jason Momoa, so apocalypse fans couldn’t want for more.
    Personally, I found myself fast forwarding See on a number of occasions, the story seemed periodically vague and too unbelievable to sit and endure the slow tempo of the action which I guess is understandable when the main characters are mostly blind.

    • I pretty much agree with everything you said. I like the concept that the world is completely blind.
      However as you said… It was remarkably slow in parts. I like a slow burn… but I’m talking reeeeal slow. It’s a shame because the few action scenes were great. They reminded me how gritty and intense a show can be during life and death scenarios like this one. I likened the feel of those scenes to early Walking Dead seasons where I had a crook neck from being so tense. That was amazing television… ahhh memories.

    • I don’t remember finding it being slow. I thoroughly enjoyed it. Maybe I just sunk into the beauty and atmosphere of the show more. I watched it week to week. So that could be is a point of difference in how I viewed it compared to yourself and others.

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