What you need to know
- Apple TV+ has shared the official trailer for See season 2.
- The season includes Dave Bautista and looks amazing.
Apple TV+ just dropped the official trailer for See season 2, and it's looking like one you won't want to miss.
Set to feature rising star Dave Bautista as Edo, Baba Voss's brother, the second season already looks like it's going to build on the big-budget mayhem that we saw in the first one — and that's a very good thing indeed.
Grab the popcorn, sit back, and enjoy.
Season two of See premieres on August 27, so we still have a month to wait before we can get in on what could be one of the best seasons on Apple TV+ to date. Will you be watching?
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