See Season 2: Jason Momoa and Alfre Woodard are back! Release Date and Other exciting information are here for you!

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About See Season 2

See is an American futuristic science fiction drama series created for Apple TV+ by Steven Knight (Peaky Blinders). The series is also written by Knight and is directed by Francis Lawrence. The series is set in a dystopian future where humans have lost the sense of sight. They now survive entirely on other cues.

Things take a turn when Maghra (Hera Hilmer) gives birth to twins who can see. As the word spreads, Baba Voss (Jason Momoa), Maghra’s husband, tries to protect the children from all evil and cynicism.

The series first premiered in November 2019. The reception for this Apple TV+ production has been average; with review aggregator Rotten Tomatoes giving See a 43%. Many voices have been entirely critical of the show’s premise and consequent plot, but that definitely does not mean that the show will not improve. Great shows have had slippery beginnings, so hopes are high for See.

See Season 2 Release Date:

See has been renewed for another season by Apple TV+. However, the filming has taken a back seat due to the Covid-19 situation.  But, Jason Momoa is reportedly expected to resume shooting for the second season of See from October 14. The series will be shot at Cinespace Film Studios in Toronto, Canada. The filming is expected to be completed by April 2021.

So, the earliest we could expect another season is in mid-2021.

See Season 2 Cast and Plot

Though the cast has not been confirmed, the cast from the first season is expected to reprise their roles with Jason Momoa as Baba Voss and Alfre Woodard as Paris. Fans also speculate that Tamacti Jun (Christian Camargo) will rise from the dead, as shown in the season finale.

The next season will probably focus on Baba Voss trying to save his adoptive daughter while Maghara and Queen Kane rebuild an army after the death of Witchfinder general. Plot-wise, the next season shows great promise.

Excitement is in the building, for the next season of See.

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