Apple TV Plus’s post-apocalyptic drama series ‘See‘ is renewed for a 3 season, for which filming is currently underway in Toronto, Canada. Also ‘See’ season 2 trailer has also been released. Although, 3 season has been confirmed before the season 2 premiere.
‘See’ Season 2 Plot
The story of the series follows the main character Baba Voss. Where in the First season of ‘See’, we saw that in the near future the human race has lost its ability to see because of virus spread. Later, twins were born to Baba Voss from Maghra, which can be seen. But the twins have a biological father, Jerlamarel, a wanted outlaw declared by the Queen of the Kane dynasty of Kanzua Dam. Meanwhile, a witch instigates Queen Kane to hunt down Jerlamarel and her children. In such a situation, can Baba Voss, the head of the clan, save those children?
The story of Season 2 of See will start from where the first season ended. But this time Baba Voss will face his brother Edo Voss, who has his daughter Haniwa imprisoned. The character of Baba Voss is being played by Jason Momoa. On the other hand, Dave Bautista, who joined the season of ‘See’ season 2, is playing the role of Edo Voss, brother of Baba Voss. ‘See’ Season 2 also featuring stars Eden Epstein, Tom Mison, Hoon Lee, Olivia Cheng, David Hewlett and Tarama Tunie. Apart from Jason Momoa, Alfre Woodard, Hera Hilmar, Sylvia Hoeks and Christian are also returning for season 2 to reprise their role.
‘See’ series is created by Steven Knight and Francis Lawrence is the director of epic drama series. They are also serving as executive producer with Peter Chernin, Jenno Topping, Jim Rowe and Jonathan Tropper. Upcoming series ‘See’ season 2 is produced Chernin Entertainment and Endeavor Content.
‘See’ Season 2 Release Date
‘See’ season 2 is scheduled to release on streaming service platform Apple TV Plus on August 27, 2021.
Apple TV Plus ‘See‘ Season 2 has more than 2 months left for its release. In such a situation, the plan of Apple TV Plus seems to be releasing season 2 and 3 back to back. However, Season 2 will premiere on Apple TV Plus on a weekly basis.
Watch Below ‘See’ Season 2 trailer