SEE: Apple TV+ Drops Shocking Updates for Season Featuring Jason Momoa

When will See season 3 be released?

There are so many different platforms with their own unique content in the big war for streaming service dominance currently that it can be difficult to keep pace of everything. Apple TV Plus is clearly going all out in that regard, with Jason Momoa’s sci-fi series See being a hallmark of their original programming.

In fact, See was one of the shows that helped Apple launch its streaming platform, with the star power of Aquaman and Peaky Blinders creator Steven Knight proving to be enough to keep the show continuing. It takes a lot to get to a third season anymore, especially in this cutthroat atmosphere where series are being cancelled left, right, and centre.

See is an Apple TV+ original science fiction drama series from the United States. It was created for Apple TV+ and stars Jason Momoa and Alfre Woodard.


The film’s script was written by Steven Knight and directed by Francis Lawrence. Sylvia Hoeks, her daughter, Hera Hilmar, and Christian Camargo all appear later in the film. Executive producers include Peter Chernin, Jenno Topping, and Kristen Campo. Lawrence and Knight are also producers.

Production was temporarily halted during the COVID-19 pandemic in late November. On November 1, 2019, the show premiered and was instantly renewed for a second season. The second season will premiere on August 27, 2021, following the conclusion of the first. On March 18, 2021, the production will be completed.

Apple confirmed that the show would return for a third season in 2021. In May of that year, filming will begin.

Season 2 of “See” premiered on Apple TV+ on August 27, setting a new viewing record for the streaming service and making it the most-watched drama show.

Season 3 premiere date

See was actually renewed for a third season by Apple prior of the release of season 2 in June 2021, so we’ve known about season 3 for quite some time. Unfortunately, no official release date for the upcoming season of the show developed by Peaky Blinders writer Steven Knight has been set.

For the time being, all we have is the knowledge that past seasons of See have launched on Apple TV Plus at the end of their respective years. Season 1 premiered in November 2019, with season 2 following in August 2021, following several delays.

So, while we don’t have an exact release date yet, See season 3 will most likely premiere on Apple TV Plus in the fall of 2022.

Season 3 has a trailer?

Currently, there is no trailer for See season 3. Season 3’s production began in May 2021 and ended in November of last year, implying that the footage is someplace in Apple’s vaults.

We’re sure Apple has something planned, but with the series shoot wrapping up so recently, we’d expect some trailer action soon, and we’ll keep you posted as soon as one is released.


What will happen in Season 3 of See?

While things look to be tranquil in Pennsa at the end of season 2, we all know that the calm before the storm doesn’t stay long, and Season 3 will undoubtedly bring more violence and conflict for Baba Voss and his tribe.

Season 2 of the dystopian series introduced us to Dave Bautista’s monster Edo Voss. Edo is the younger brother of Momoa’s character, Baba Voss, and he came to kick ass and make Baba’s life as difficult as possible.

Season 2’s finale featured some major events, with the fates of several people hanging in the balance. First and foremost, Baba Voss’s daughter Haniwa was caught in the crossfire of arrows, and while she reached it back to the stronghold, many Alkenny tribe soldiers did not. Season 3 will undoubtedly focus on the aftermath of this event.

Following the failure of Edo’s attack on the fortress, he met Baba Voss one-on-one in the combat we had all been waiting for. Baba is hesitant to murder his evil brother, but as Edo lunges at him, he has no alternative but to thrust a blade into Edo’s stomach. Is Edo’s tyranny finally over? It seemed likely, but in the world of science fiction, everything is possible.

Not to mention Queen Kane’s pregnancy, which is a tantalising strand. Paris (Alfre Woodard) checks in on Kane at the end of season 2, but her throat is slit. Kane swears to kill anyone who tries to take her child away from her, and Season 3 will most likely focus on the ramifications of this massive death, as well as Kane’s deadly threat.

As a result, we (initially) expect Baba Voss to play a minor role in See Season 3, and this prediction is bolstered by the fact that Jason Momoa’s half of the third season filming wrapped up considerably sooner than the rest.

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Who will be in the cast of See season 3?

While there haven’t been any formal casting announcements for See season 3 at this point, we can make a very good estimate. To begin with, it goes without saying that Jason Momoa will reprise his role as Baba Voss.

While death in science fiction and fantasy is never permanent, we wouldn’t be surprised if Alfre Woodard or Dave Bautista returned for season 3. We will, however, see more of Sylvia Hoeks’s murderous Queen Kane.

It’s unclear whether any new cast members will be added in the same way that star power like Bautista was added for Season 2, but we’re betting a major name will make an appearance in Pennsylvania.

Haniwa and Wren had a passionate kiss on the battlefield before parting ways the last time we saw them. We’re confident that both Nesta Cooper and Eden Epstein will return to reprise their roles, but can their relationship survive?

We are confident that more of the supporting cast will return for Season 3, but until that is confirmed, we will focus on those who are most likely to reprise their roles.

The See series delivers a new twist, change, or innovation with each season. As a result, the principal cast of See Season 3 is expected to remain the same. Jason Momoa will resume his role as Alkenny Chief Baba Voss, according to reports. Despite this, Dave Bautista has decided not to return as Edo Voss in Season 3 of The Walking Dead.


Sibeth Kane’s Queen, Sylvia Hoeks, would return as Payan Kingdom Queen. Maggie Kane’s character Maghra Kane will return to the show. As a result, Archie Madekwe and Nesta Cooper were recast as Kofun and Haniwa, Maghra and Jerlamarel’s adopted children.

Joshua Henry could play Jerlamarel, despite the fact that it appears unlikely. Despite the fact that the character has limited screen time, he is responsible for the search for ‘differently-abled’ people in a visionless world. Let’s check if any new names are added to the list while we wait.

Is there a See Season 2? Is it available on Apple TV+?

Now that the show has been renewed for another season, you should do a joyful dance. A fresh chapter has been added to the popular story. “See” will return for a third season.

I haven’t watched Season 2 yet. The sitcom will return for a third season in the fall, according to Apple TV+. We’re looking forward to learning more about the odd virus that’s floating about in the air.

I believe the plot is beginning to take shape. The rest of the room seems perplexed as well. Before we can move on, we must resolve the cliffhanger. He must protect himself and his clan in order to be safe. The show’s premiere date has yet to be determined.