See Season Two Trailer: Jason Momoa and Dave Bautista Ready to Fight

‘See’ has also been extended for a third season.


Apple TV + has the first teaser trailer for the second season of. released See. Edo Voss (Dave Bautista), the brother of Baba Voss (Jason Momoa). As well as showing the next season, See also received an extension for a third season.

This teaser shows the rivalry between Edo and Baba, which culminates in the meeting of the two on an abandoned bridge. Baba picks up where the first season left off and is determined to bring his daughter Haniwa (Nesta Cooper) who has the ability to see. This first look also presents the world this new season will explore, from snowy landscapes to huge cities.


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In addition to Bautista, See Season Two expands its line-up significantly. Part of the series are also Olivia Cheng (Warrior), Eden Epstein (Sweet bitter), David Hewlett (The shape of the water) Hoon Lee (Warrior), Tom Mison (Guardian) and Tamara Tunie (Flight). See is created by Stephen Knightwho previously created Peaky blinders, taboo, and help shape it Who Wants To Be A Millionaire? Knight also wrote what is to come Spencerwhich stars Kristen Stewart how Princess Diana.

The second season of See will be coming to Apple TV + on August 27th. The first season of See is now available on Apple TV +. Check out the teaser and recap of the new season below.

“Seeing” takes place in the distant future and humanity has lost its sense of sight. In season two, Baba Voss struggles to reunite his broken family and escape the war and politics that surround him, but the further he moves away, the deeper he becomes drawn in and the emergence of his archenemy brother threatens his family even more .


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