There’s No Brotherly Love Lost in the Official Teaser For SEE Season 2

11 Jun

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Apple has revealed the first teaser trailer for the second season of ‘See’, its post-apocalyptic series starring Jason Momoa (‘Aquaman’), Sylvia Hoeks (‘Blade Runner 2049’) and Alfre Woodward (‘Luke Cage’). The teaser introduces Dave Bautista (‘Guardians of the Galaxy’) and hints at a major showdown with Momoa when the show returns.

The first season of ‘See’ tells the story of a world in which the human race has lost the sense of sight and has had to adapt and find new ways to survive. Everything changes when a set of twins are born with sight and their father, Baba Voss (Momoa), must fight to protect them from Queen Kane (Hoeks) who learns of their existence and sets out to capture them.

Season two introduces Bautista as Momoa’s menacing brother, Edo Voss, who poses a further threat to Baba and his family.

Apple has also announced that the show has been renewed for a third season, with filming already underway in Toronto.

Created and written by Steven Knight (‘Peaky Blinders’), ‘See’ is one of the handful of shows that debuted on TV+ when the service launched in November 2019. The season two teaser trailer and season three announcement comes as the current wave of free trials that have been extended by Apple, come to an end next month.

Among the new cast members joining the show for season two are Eden Epstein (‘Sweetbitter’), Tom Mison (‘Watchmen’), Hoon Lee (‘Warrior’), Olivia Cheng (‘The Stand’) and David Hewlett (‘The Shape of Water’). The show, which features cast and crew members who are visually impaired, was honoured with the Ruderman Family Foundation’s Seal of Authentic Representation last year.

You can catch up on the award winning first season now, ahead of the second season teased below.

See's second season will debut on Apple TV+ on August 27th.

James Lees
James has been a fan of Apple for as long as he can remember. He is a film & TV obsessive and has also written for several publications such as BBC Good Food Magazine. He lives in Glasgow, Scotland and can usually be found drinking copious amounts of coffee, watching Apple TV+ and talking about it with anyone who will listen.