See, an AppleTV+ science fiction drama series set in a post-apocalyptic dystopia where humanity lost its ability to see, welcomes Jason Momoa back for its third and final season. The first season debuted on the streaming service on November 1, 2019, and the second season debuted on August 27, 2021, two years later.
Momoa will be joined by a star-studded cast that includes Christian Camargo and Sylvia Hoeks from Blade Runner 2049. (Dexter). Steven Knight, who created the BAFTA-nominated television series Peaky Blinders, wrote the series, and Francis Lawrence served as executive producer (The Hunger Games: Catching Fire).
We can anticipate that Season 3 will provide a conclusion to the events of See’s first two seasons in light of what happened in Season 2.
When Will the Third Season of “See” Arrive?
See’s the third season is slated to debut on AppleTV+ on August 26, 2022, as stated in the show’s announcement from June 2022.
What Number of Episodes Will Season 3 Contain?
See Season 3 will also feature eight episodes, just like its first two seasons. The first episode will air on August 26, 2022, and the season finale will air on October 14, 2022. Be sure to write down these dates on your calendar.
What is Season 3 of See About?
The first part of See introduces viewers to a deadly virus that killed the vast majority of humankind at the beginning of the twenty-first century. Because of this, fewer than two million people survived, but their survival was not free. Unfortunately, both the remaining survivors and their distant ancestors have lost their ability to see.
Several centuries later, society has adjusted to their blindness and discovered new ways for them to participate actively in their respective communities. Without the aid of vision, humans have figured out how to construct homes, go on food hunts, and engage in social interactions. To mention the concept of vision alone, however, is considered heresy because it has become a myth.
Baba Voss (Momoa), the fearless chief of the Alkenny Tribe with the blood of a true, blue warrior, is the main subject of the show. One day, when a pregnant woman named Maghra Kane (Hilmar) seeks safety with the Alkenny, his mountainous tribe is in for a shock.
Baba Voss decides to wed Maghra and adopts her children since he is unable to father children of his own. The biological children of the children, Jerlamarel (Joshua Henry), are evading Queen Sibeth Kane (Sylvia Hoeks), the ruler of the Payan kingdom.
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The Queen is ruthless and will kill anyone who promotes the heresy of being sighted. The rapid spread of information about Jerlamarel and his offspring causes a massive witch hunt for them. Baba Voss is responsible for defending his tribe and his family from the Queen’s army.
In the second season of See, Baba Voss battles Edo Voss (Bautista), his younger brother, who wants to exact revenge on Baba. Conveniently, Payan’s rival kingdom, Trivantian, has appointed Edo as its Commander General.
Where Can I Watch Older Seasons of See?
new to the program? Before beginning Season 3, you can watch the first two seasons of See only on AppleTV+.
Who is in the See Season 3 Cast?
Baba Voss, the head chief of the Alkenny Tribe, is portrayed by Momoa. He is the older brother of Edo (Bautista), the husband of Maghra (Hilmar), and the father of his adopted children, who were the result of Maghra’s pregnancy with Jerlamarel (Henry). Cast members Christian Camargo, Archie Madekwe, Olivia Cheng, Michael Raymond-James, Trieste Kelly Dunn, David Hewlett, Eden Epstein, and Nesta Cooper appear in this program with Momoa.
In keeping with the spirit of its program, See has won praise for having an inclusive cast and crew that includes individuals who are either blind or have vision impairment. She received praise for its representation when it was awarded the Ruderman Family Foundation Seal of Authentic Representation in 2020. This was followed by a nomination for Outstanding Supporting Actress in a Drama Series at the NAACP Image Awards.