Apple TV+ releases the trailer for season two of the post-apocalyptic original series, See, starring Jason Momoa & introduces Bautista’s character.
Apple TV+ has released the trailer for season 2 of See, which reveals Dave Bautista in his portrayal as leading star, Jason Momoa’s brother. The thrilling, post-apocalyptic original series first premiered in November of 2019, and begins many hundreds of years after a virus nearly decimates the entire human race, leaving only two million survivors who are robbed of their sense of sight. See’s cast includes Momoa as Baba Vass, Alfre Woodard as Paris, along with Sylvia Hoeks, Nesta Cooper, Hera Hilmar, and Yadira Guevara-Prip. The series was recently renewed for a third season ahead of its season 2 premiere.
Season one of the series focuses on Momoa’s Baba Voss as he fights to protect his children, who were born with the ability to see, from Queen Kane who believes their sense of sight is a form of witchcraft. See’s second season will bring in Bautista’s character, Baba’s brother and rival, Edo Voss. Season 2 will also add Eden Epstein, Tom Mison (Watchmen), Hoon Lee (Warrior), Olivia Cheng (Warrior), David Hewlett (The Shape of Water) and Tamara Tunie as series regulars.
Apple TV has now released the season 2 trailer featuring Bautista’s character in action. The second season will release on worldwide on Friday, August 27 on Apple TV+ and will follow Baba as he continues fighting to bring his family back together after they’ve been separated. However, his brother Edo’s presence causes even more danger for Baba and his family. Check out the highly anticipated trailer for season 2 below:
After the premiere on August 27, new episodes will then come on a weekly basis, releasing every Friday on the streaming service. Jonathan Tropper is the showrunner and an executive producer for season 2 of See. Steven Knight, Francis Lawrence, Peter Chernin, Jenno Topping, and Jim Rowe also serve as executive producers. The show’s third season is also on the way, having already begun filming in Toronto, Canada.
The new trailer certainly amps up the excitement for what looks to be a fascinating and dramatic new season. The addition of Bautista alongside Momoa will only add to the great success of the Apple TV+ series. Aside from the praise it’s received from fans for its acting, story, and captivating drama, See was also awarded the Ruderman Family Foundation Seal of Authentic Representation last year for the representation it has provided in its inclusion of visually impaired cast and crew members. With the effort that the series puts in for solid representation, along with the order of a third season before the premiere of the second, it seems that See can really do no wrong.
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