The sci-fi drama will return for Season 2.
November 8, 2019
Apple TV+ has announced that See has been picked up for a second season. The good news comes less than a week after the drama premiered on the tech giant's new streaming service, which itself launched alongside the show on November 1.
Jason Momoa stars in the series, which is set in the distant future where a deadly virus has decimated humankind and left those who survived without sight. When a pair of twins are born with the ability to see, their father must protect his tribe against a powerful queen who desperately wants the twins destroyed out of fear that their ability will once again bring the world to the brink of destruction.
12/01/20 at 05:01pm
By the time this comes back on my subscription will be cancelled.. I thought season 1 was really good..
05/05/20 at 03:06pm
Anyone know when this is coming back on??
11/20/19 at 02:53pm
Marco.. they rely on Elk, Deer, Fish, etc to all run towards them and die :)
11/13/19 at 12:40pm
I like the show but I don't see how the survivors of the plague could have survived if EVERYONE was blind.Blind people do very well for themselves but they still need people with sight to help them.
11/11/19 at 06:24pm
@gaeljet --- they could build houses. Although not SQUARE houses. I'd expect more adobes or even teepees not square structures :) The color matching guards really get me though :) You can't "feel" or "smell" that a material is black.
11/11/19 at 03:29pm
@Corbus , you frgot: how could they build" houses"..
11/11/19 at 10:31am
I’m going to be honest love the show. But I feel like appletv is not truly a Competitor for Netflix it’s more of the Competitor for Hulu if anything. The writes for this show did a good job on the story line
11/10/19 at 03:55am
It was wise of them to release the first 3 episodes at once. I would not have continued watching after episode 2 other than the fact that episode 3 was right there. And after episode 3, it was engaging enough to continue watching. On a network, it probably wouldn't have survived after episode 2 if they were 1 per week...
So 4 episodes in and it's a decent watch... However, there are a LOT of holes in this....
if they are all blind, why does the queen wear a crown? No one sees it. Why do the uniforms of guards match? How do they know they are using black material for EVERYTHING? I'd expect a patchwork of colors if sight doesn't exist. Anyway.. these factors offer some unintentional comedic moments.
11/09/19 at 10:45am
Good news I like this.