Season 3: Trailer, Release Date, and More

Season 3: Trailer, Release Date, and More ...

Apple TV+'s most popular sci-fi series See has delivered visuals unlike any on television. Set in a far future, centuries after a mysterious virus robbed humanity of sight, See follows a warrior king as he tries to protect his children from all those who would harm them or misuse their gifts for evil. Their gifts? In a world of the blind.

The first two seasons took this brutal warrior, played by Jason Momoa, across America's eastern coast. Viewers have marveled at the rich society created by the shows writers, directors, production designers, and costumers as well as all of the cast and crew members who are either blind or have low vision.

When will the last season of Jason Momoas' sci-fi epic premiere? How many episodes will be renewed in Season 3? Here's all you need to know about the last season of Jason Momoas' sci-fi epic.

When will Apple TV+ premiere?

Season 3 of Apple TV+ will launch on Friday, August 26 at 3 a.m. ET/12 a.m. PT. This season will run on a weekly schedule rather than all at once, so get ready to spend the fall with Jason Momoa.

Who is the cast of the See?

Jason Momoa plays Baba Voss, the leader of the Alkenny Tribe. Sylvia Hoeks plays Queen Sibeth Kane, Maghra's older sister and the former queen of the Payan Kingdom. Archie Madekwe and Nesta Cooper play twins Kofun and Haniwa, twins gifted with vision. Alfre Woodard plays Paris, Baba's spiritual guide.

On Apple TV+, how many episodes are there?

See Season 3 will consist of eight episodes, like the previous two seasons. Considering its once-a-week schedule, Season 3 should unfold like this:

See who directed and wrote it?

Steven Knight, the creator and executive producer of Peaky Blinders, is well-known for his work as a writer. Season 3 is directed entirely by Anders Engstrom, who directed episodes in Season 1 and most of Season 2. Jonathan Tropper wrote most of Season 3, with a crew composed of Jennifer Yale, Kate Erickson, Dagny Looper, Nelson Greaves, Adam Benic, and Karl Taro Greenfeld.

What are the filming locations for The See?

If you live in the Toronto area, you may see some familiar sights on See, such as the old theme park Ontario Place, the Sheridan Centre Mall, and a number of quarries outside of Toronto. Season 3 also utilised a car graveyard located in Acton.

Is there a trailer for See?

There is a See trailer, which you can see at the top of this page.

On Friday, August 26, Apple TV+ will debut.

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