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See: Is Jason Momoa’s Apple TV Series Returning For Season 2?

Recently Apple has launched its streaming service named Apple TV+. See is one of the first shows released on Apple TV+. The star of the show See is Jason Momoa. The concept of See is very ambitious. It is based on the storytelling of a visually impaired human galaxy via the social medium. There were several moments when Jason Momoa, Baba Voss, was fighting with his enemies, only using the aural cues to find the opponents.

See is directed by Francis Lawrence and is created by Steven Knight. The series is based on a science fiction that describes the imaginary future world of humans where humans have gone blind, and no one had any idea what had happened to the earth.

See Season 2

See Season 2 Release Date

The starting date of the production was set as February 4, 2024, and it was planned that the production would end on July 10, 2024. But as we all know, the global pandemic has affected a lot in the production of every show. There are no more updates by the creators and Apple TV+ about the release date of season 2. As the production has not been processed so expecting a release date is not possible right now.

See Season 2 Cast

After the success of the first season of See, all the cast of the first season will likely be returning for the second season including Jason Momoa as Baba Voss, Hera Hilmar as Maghra, Sylvia Hoeks as Queen Kane, Alfre Woodard as Paris, Nesta Cooper as Haniwa, Archie Madekwe as Kofun, Christian Camargo as Tamacti Jun, Joshua Henry as Jerlamerel.

You can watch the See Season 1 and Season 2 whenever it will release on Apple TV+. It’s okay if you already have a subscription, as Apple is never behind anyone. If you don’t have a subscription, you can get it at $4.99 only. So let’s wait for more updates from the creators about season two of See.

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Kane Dane

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