Season 2 of “See” has been a long time coming, but the Jason Momoa-led fantasy series will finally return later this year. Set in a future in which a fatal virus has decimated the globe and rendered everyone blind, the high-concept drama was a great hit for Apple TV+. And while critics weren’t overly enthusiastic about the series — Season 1 has a 43% rating on Rotten Tomatoes — “See” has a devoted fanbase that is excitedly awaiting the release of Season 2, and that devotion has earned their favorite show an early Season 3 renewal (via Deadline).
While “See” failed to wow critics, the ambitious series was lauded for its diversity. The series has several actors and crew members who are blind or have impaired vision and contributed significantly to the creation of the epic drama’s distinctive setting. As fans will witness, “See” is unlike any other fantasy series now available, in large part because the world-building is focused on exploring what life might be like in a civilization devoid of eyesight.
The series’ hook is that two children are born with the capacity to see, and when word spreads, they become both feared and wanted. With everyone on the lookout for the twins, their surrogate father Baba Voss (Momoa) makes it his goal to safeguard them at all costs. By the end of Season 1, the twins had been separated and the war was building that threatened to destroy the protagonists’ world.
What Will See Season 2 Be About?
Apple TV+ has been careful not to give away too much about what “See” Season 2 will be about, but the Season 1 finale, as well as the intriguing Season 2 trailer, provide some clues. By the end of Season 1, Jerlamarel (Joshua Henry), the twins’ biological father, had succeeded in separating Haniwa and Kofun, despite being blinded by Baba Voss. Thus, Baba Voss and his son Kofun were on the verge of embarking on a mission to reclaim Haniwa.
Meanwhile, Queen Kane and Maghra have formed an official alliance, and they have taken control of the Witchfinder Army. As a result, the kingdom is certain to feel more destabilized than at any point before the start of Season 2. With a conflict brewing, viewers can expect all of the characters to be on edge, which further adds to the dangers faced by Baba Voss as he seeks his lost daughter.
Fans have been patiently awaiting the continuation of “See,” and now that production has concluded, we should soon have answers to the show’s most perplexing puzzles.
When Will the Second Season of See Premiere on Apple Tv+?
“See” Season 2 was one of the numerous television productions impacted by the pandemic, but the cast and crew were able to safely complete filming on March 18, according to an Instagram post by series star Sylvia Hoeks. The show was later included in the streamer’s 2021 sizzle reel, implying that an official release date announcement was imminent.
“See” requires significant post-production work to adapt it for the screen, so, unsurprisingly, so much time has passed since Season 2 concluded. Having said that, there is a glimmer of hope at the end of the tunnel. According to Deadline, Apple has scheduled the sophomore season of “See” to air on Friday, August 27. Now, as summer draws to a close, we have something to look forward to.
Who is in the See Season 2 cast?
Despite the show’s high stakes, the majority of the cast survived Season 1, which means that all of your favorite characters should return. Jason Momoa (Baba Voss), Sylvia Hoeks (Queen Kane), Hera Hilmar (Maghra), Alfre Woodard (Paris), Archie Madekwe (Kofun), and Nesta Cooper are among the cast (Haniwa).
Christian Camargo’s status as a significant cast member remains unknown. Tamacti Jun, his character, was the leader of the Witchfinder Army during Season 1, but he was ostensibly killed on the battlefield. However, as TV fans are well aware, appearances can be deceptive, so don’t rule out Camargo appearing in some capacity in “See” Season 2.
Along with the show’s returning cast members, two significant recruits have been announced. According to Deadline, Dave Bautista of “Guardians of the Galaxy” has joined the cast in an unidentified capacity, while Adrian Paul of “Highlander” is scheduled to play Lord Harlan, the ruler of the kingdom’s strongest city.