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‘See’ Season 2 Trailer Reveals Baba Voss Storming into New Territory to Face Edo Voss

Season 2 will see Jason Momoa returning as the great Baba Voss who faces a new enemy in his brother Edo Voss played by Dave Bautista. Coming August 27

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Apple TV+ has revealed the first full-length trailer for season 2 of the post-apocalyptic series ‘See.’ The series will arrive on August 27 on Apple TV+, worldwide.

The trailer promises an epic clash between Baba Voss and Edo Voss, and if you enjoyed the first season, you won't want to miss the second. The trailer also reveals Maghara reuniting with Baba Voss and Queen Kane carrying a child of Boots.

Season 2 finds Baba Voss (Jason Momoa) struggling to reunite with his family. His estranged brother Edo (Dave Bautista) has kidnapped Baba's daughter Haniwa, vowing vengeance on his brother. Meanwhile, war looms between the Kingdom of Paya and the Trivantian Republic, bringing Baba and his family straight into the conflict.

Even though "See" did not amaze critics, the ambitious series was hailed for its diversity. Several cast and crew members in the series are either blind or have low vision, and they played an important role in creating the epic drama's distinctive setting. As viewers will attest, "See" is unlike any other fantasy series on television, in large part because the world-building is focused on exploring what a society of people without vision might be like.

Season one, which debuted on November 1, 2019, witnessed the birth of two infants with the ability to see, and when word spreads, they become both feared and wanted. With everyone looking for the twins, their father, Baba Voss, makes it his mission to keep them safe at all means.


Despite the show's high risks, the majority of the characters survived Season 1, therefore all of your favorites will return. Jason Momoa (Baba Voss), Hera Hilmar (Maghra), Sylvia Hoeks (Queen Kane), Alfre Woodard (Paris), Archie Madekwe (Kofun), and Nesta Cooper (Haniwa) are among the cast members.

Christian Camargo is the only prominent cast member whose future is unknown as his character, Tamacti Jun, who led the Witchfinder Army in Season 1, was killed by Queen Kane in the finale. But, as TV fans are all too aware, appearances can be deceiving, so don't rule out Camargo appearing in any capacity in "See" Season 2 just yet.

Along with the show's returning cast members, two big new faces have been announced. Dave Bautista has joined the cast as Edo Voss, Baba Voss's brother, and Adrian Paul has been cast as Lord Harlan, the lord of the kingdom's strongest city.


The show’s early season 3 renewal comes ahead of its Season 2 premiere, which the streamer has slated for Aug. 27, with new episodes premiering every week on Friday. 

Apple TV+ has been careful not to reveal any details regarding "See" Season 2, but the Season 1 finale does contain a few hints. Jerlamarel (Joshua Henry), the twins' biological father, succeeded in splitting up Haniwa and Kofun despite being blinded by Baba Voss. That put Baba Voss and his son Kofun on the verge of embarking on a campaign to rescue Haniwa.

Meanwhile, Queen Kane and Maghra have formed an official alliance, and the Witchfinder Army is now under their command. As a result, the kingdom is likely to feel more destabilized than ever before as Season 2 begins. With a conflict looming on the horizon, viewers can anticipate all of the characters to be on edge, making things even more dangerous for Baba Voss as he looks for his lost daughter.

Season two will most likely focus on two storylines: Baba Voss attempting to save his kidnapped daughter, and Maghara and Queen Kane rebuilding an army following the murder of the Witchfinder General and the devastation of the Payan Kingdom.



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