Apple TV+ show 'See' gets a third season, season 2 premieres August 27 with Dave Bautsista joining the cast
What you need to know
- Apple TV+ show See will premiere its second season on August 27.
- The show has been signed for a third season already.
Apple TV+ has confirmed (opens in new tab) that the second season of Jason Momoa's See will premiere on August 27, with Dave Bautista joining the cast. It also confirmed that a third season has been signed up.
The second season is already shaping up to be a blockbuster affair, with Bautista set to play the brother of Moma's Baba Voss character.
See is a show set in the future where humankind has lost the ability to see. Despite initially looking like it could be the big hit Apple TV+ needed out the gate, the first season didn't take off in a way many had expected. The second season will be hoping to build on what was still a solid foundation – and the arrival of star power in the form of Dave Bautista won't hurt one bit.
You will of course need an Apple TV+ or Apple One subscription to take season two of See in. I'd suggest treating yourself to a new box to watch it on, too. The best Apple TV deals should get you into a new Apple TV 4K long before See season two lands. You'll also get to enjoy hit shows like Defending Jacob and Mythic Quest as well!
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