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See Season 3 Release Date, Cast, Plot, Storyline, And More

“See” is an American science fiction drama television series created for Apple TV+ and starring Jason Momoa and Alfre Woodard. Keep reading to find out more See Season 3.

The story takes place in a post-apocalyptic dystopia in the far future, when a blind tribe thinks two of its children have the magical ability to see. Written by Steven Knight, the show was directed by Francis Lawrence. He is also known for working on projects like Red Sparrow and The Hunger Games.

The series debuted on November 1, 2019, and was renewed for a second season; however, shooting was briefly halted owing to the COVID-19 epidemic. The first season premiered on August 27, 2021, after filming concludes on March 18, 2021.

See Season 3 Cast

See Season 3 Cast
See Season 3 CastSee Season 3 Cast

See Season 3 will include the return of the complete core cast.

  • Jason Momoa as Baba Voss
  • Sylvia Hoeks as Queen Sibeth Kane
  • Hera Hilmar as Maghra Kane
  • Christian Camargo as Tamacti Jun
  • Archie Madekwe as Kofun
  • Nesta Cooper as Haniwa
  • Yadira Guevara- Prip as Bow Lion
  • Eden Epstein as Wren
  • Olivia Cheng as Charlotte
  • Tom Mison as Lord Harlan
  • David Hewlett as Tormada
  • Michael Raymond James as Ranger
  • Dean Jagger as Lucien Bray

In keeping with the spirit of the show, ‘See’ has received recognition for having an inclusive cast and crew that includes those who are disabled or have vision impairment. In 2020, See was given the Ruderman Family Foundation Seal of Authentic Representation for its representation. Following that, she was nominated for Outstanding Supporting Actress in a Drama Series at the NAACP Image Awards.

See Season 3 Plot

See Season 3 Plot
See Season 3 Plot

See is an Apple TV+ science fiction drama series set in a post-apocalyptic dystopia in which humanity has lost its ability to see. The star power of Aquaman, Jason Momoa, and Peaky Blinders creator Steven Knight was enough to keep the program going. See was picked as one of the series to start Apple’s streaming service.

In Season 3, See will return to the ancient future, exactly a year after Baba Voss (Momoa) slew his brother and arch-nemesis Edo Voss (Dave Bautista). Baba Voss then cuts off communication with his family and spends the rest of his days alone in the wilderness. However, a Trivantian scientist produces sighted weapons that can wipe out humanity, disrupting his tranquility. Baba Voss is forced to return to his home once more to save his clan from the terror that ensues.

See Season 3 Storyline

See Season 3 Storyline
See Season 3 Storyline

Season 1 introduces viewers to a deadly illness that killed the great majority of humanity around the turn of the century. As a result, less than two million people survived, yet their existence was not free. Unfortunately, both the survivors and their distant relatives have lost their sight. Several centuries later, society has adapted to their blindness and created new ways for them to fully engage in their diverse societies. Humans have discovered how to build houses, go on food searches, and engage in social activities without the need for eyesight. However, mentioning the notion of vision alone is deemed heresy since it has become fiction.

The show’s main subject is Baba Voss, the strong leader of the Alkenny Tribe with the blood of a true blue warrior. When a pregnant lady named Maghra Kane seeks refuge with the Alkenny, his highland tribe is taken aback. Baba Voss marries Maghra and adopts her children because he is unable to father his children.

The Queen is ruthless. The quick spread of information about Jerlamarel and his offspring sparks a witch hunt. Baba Voss is in charge of protecting his tribe and family from the Queen’s soldiers. In the second season of See, Baba Voss faces off against Edo Voss, his younger brother who seeks vengeance on Baba. Payan’s enemy country, Trivantian, has conveniently nominated Edo as its Commander General.

See Season 3 will most probably begin off where Season 2 left off, with Baba Voss defeating his brother Edo and fleeing the world he knew to live a lonely existence in the jungle.

See Season 3 Release Date

See Season 3 Release Date
See Season 3 Release Date

Tropper stated in June 2022 that See had just met a natural and rightful end. “We are happy to offer this epic final chapter of See,” he added. “It contains everything the tremendous drama, exciting action, and profound passion fans have come to anticipate, as well as what we believe is a truly gratifying ending to our tale.”

“Creating a world without sight was an especially unique and ongoing challenge that was met via the passionate and deliberate collaboration of a tremendously skilled and varied team both in front of and behind the camera.”

It was revealed in June 2022 that the show was renewed for a third and final season. According to Apple TV+, the first episode of See Season 3 will be available on the platform on August 26, 2022. See Season 3 will include eight episodes, similar to the previous two seasons, each episode released weekly and the final episode will air on October 14, 2022.

The complete list of episode dates is-

  • Episode 1: Friday, August 27
  • Episode 2: Friday, September 3
  • Episode 3: Friday, September 10
  • Episode 4: Friday, September 17
  • Episode 5: Friday, September 23
  • Episode 6: Friday, October 1
  • Episode 7: Friday, October 8
  • Episode 8: Friday, October 15

See Season 3 Trailer

The season 3 trailer of the series was released on 24 July 2022 by Apple TV’s official Youtube channel. The trailer has over 6 million views. The previous trailers are also available on Youtube.

Where To Watch See Season 3?

The third season is currently airing on Apple TV+. The previous seasons of the show are also available on the OTT platform for fans to enjoy.

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