What we know about See Season 2 so far
Apple TV+ joined the streaming service bandwagon on November 1, 2019. Apple’s new TV subscription service will have original content. Apple has signed several deals with studios, to create original content. Among the many shows aired on November 1, 2019, are: “The Morning Show”, “See”, “For all mankind”, “Dickinson”, and “Helpsters”. Many more projects have been added to the Apple TV + series ever since. See, which stars the Game of Thrones hunk Jason Momoa, is a successful post-apocalyptic season. After the season 1 ended on December 6, 2019, fans can’t wait for See season 2.
See Season 1
With a million or so survivors, See is set in a world where mankind has been brought to extinction. The survivors have learned to live without the ability to see, as God has decided to snatch it away. They use their ears to see and hands to feel, making up for their eyes pretty well. It’s not a season where you’ll find disabled folks stumbling around. Rather, survival at its best, with epic action scenes. The plot revolves around Baba Voss, played by Jason Momoa, who must protect his children and hide their powers of sight. Because the power to see comes with the probability of burning at the stake.
See Season 2
The show was renewed for See season 2 on November 7, 2019, even before the show had properly started. Reportedly, the budget for both seasons amount to $240 million. But a date hasn’t been officially announced yet. Nonetheless, many predictions are floating around the place. So, unless the episodes for See season 2 have already been filmed, there is little chance that the season will air in 2020. However, following the footsteps of other streaming channels, Apple TV+ will likely air it after a year-long break. So let’s keep our fingers crossed to see Jason Momoa in November, 2020.
A little surprise for you before you go
If you grew up watching wrestling you must have heard of Dave Bautista, who was famous for his fiery entrance in the ring. Bautista will be starring in See season 2, which screams more action. The wait has become a little more difficult now.