'See' Season 2: Release date, plot, cast, trailer and all you need to know about the Jason Momoa-starrer drama
'Our strength is not over. The tribe will return,' promised the show's official Twitter handle
Apple's streaming service Apple+ boasts a very interesting show in its library — 'See'. The sci-fi drama features a star-studded cast including 'Game of Thrones' alum Jason Momoa, Alfre Woodard, Sylvia Hoeks, Hera Hilmar and Christian Camargo and quickly became a favourite among viewers.
The series is set centuries in the future after an apocalyptic event kills most of the Earth's population and leaves its survivors blind. This trait is passed down through generations. Human beings have evolved to live with this. When the series is being made, we see society at a pre-industrial stage where developments are being made to help the blinds survive the world. The power of sight is considered heresy. When Momoa's Baba Voss and his partner Hilmar's Maghra discover that their children are able to see, appropriate action must be taken to make sure that those hungry for power do not seek the children out.
Fans are very keen on Season 2 of the dystopian show. "Our strength is not over. The tribe will return," promised the show's official Twitter handle when a fan commented asking for Season 2.
The release date for the second season of 'See' is not confirmed yet. MEA WorldWide (MEAWW) will update the article when it is.
The end of Season 1 left the audience with a lot of questions and the expectation of huge power clashes. Season 2 should be focusing on Baba Voss' attempts to save his daughter while Maghara and Queen Kane rebuild an army after the death of Witchfinder General (although it is implied that he may rise like a phoenix in Season 2) and the destruction of the Payan Kingdom.
Jason Momoa as Baba Voss
As Baba Voss, Momoa plays the role of a skilled warrior and leader of the Alkenny tribe. His children Kofun and Haniwa were born with the power of sight. He is going to leave no stone unturned to rescue Haniwa and keep his children safe.
Momoa is best known for playing the role of Khal Drogo in 'Game of Thrones', Ronon Dex in 'Stargate Atlantis', Declan Harp in 'Frontier', and Aquaman in the DC Extended Universe films 'Batman v Superman: Dawn of Justice', 'Justice League', and the titular 'Aquaman'.
Alfre Woodard as Paris
Woodard plays the role of a wise elder member of the Alkenny tribe who also serves as a shaman. She is Baba Voss' foster mother.
The award-winning actress is best known for her work on 'Grey's Anatomy', 'A Series of Unfortunate Events', ' Luke Cage', 'State of Affairs' and 'The Last Ship'. The actress has been nominated for an Academy Award and Grammy Award once and 18 times for an Emmy Award (she ended up winning four) and has also won a Golden Globe Award and three Screen Actors Guild Awards
Hera Hilmar as Maghra
Hilmar plays the role of Baba Voss' wife and the mother to Kofun and Haniwa. The Icelandic actress is best known for her work on 'Mortal Engines', 'Life in a Fishbowl' and 'Da Vinci's Demons'.
'See' is written by Steven Knight, who is known for writing screenplays for 'Closed Circuit', 'Dirty Pretty Things', 'Eastern Promises' and 'Peaky Blinders'.
The Apple+ series is directed by Francis Lawrence, who is known for his directorial debut 'Constantine'. He is celebrated for 'I Am Legend', three of the four films in the 'Hunger Games' film series, and the spy thriller 'Red Sparrow'.
There is no trailer for season 2 yet. MEA WorldWide (MEAWW) will update the article when they release it.
Meanwhile, catch this behind the scenes clip tweeted by the show's official handle. Shared on the official Twitter page for 'See', the first video gives a sneak-peek into Jason Momoa getting into the character of Baba Voss and confronting his past in the scene. Have a look:
The first video coming from Jason Momoa gives us a behind the scenes look at his experience in the slaver pit. Jason evolves into #BabaVoss, and tells us how he prepared to confront his character’s sordid past in this scene. #SEE #BabaVoss #BehindtheSEE pic.twitter.com/G7ZdOfhyp4— SEE (@SEEofficial) May 14, 2020
Where to watch
When Season 2 releases, it will be made available on Apple+. 'See' Season 1 is available to stream on Apple TV+ right now.
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