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See - Season 3

On January 10, 2018, it was announced that Apple had given the production a series order for a single eight-episode season. The series was written by Steven Knight and directed by Francis Lawrence, both of whom also executive produced alongside Peter Chernin, Jenno Topping, and Kristen Campo. Production companies involved with the series consisted of Chernin Entertainment and Endeavor Content.[8][9][10][11][12][13]

See - Season 3

On November 7, 2019, Apple ordered a second season of the series.[16] In June 2021, Apple announced the show was to be renewed for a third season.[17]In June 2022, it was announced that the third season consisting of eight episodes would conclude the series. The final season premiered on August 26, 2022 and concluded on October 14, 2022.[1][18]

A few blind and low-sighted actors were cast in supporting roles, including Bree Klauser and Marilee Talkington, with the goal to increase that number in later seasons.[31][14][28] Blind actor Adam Morse had a small role in season 2 as Frye, a Witchfinder serving under the character Toad.[32]

In January 2020, it was announced that Dave Bautista would be joining the series for season 2, playing the brother of Baba Voss.[34][35] In February 2020, news followed that Adrian Paul would also be joining the cast, playing a character named Lord Harlan,[36] though Tom Mison would end up taking that role. In October 2020, it was announced that Jason Momoa's former Stargate Atlantis castmate, Joe Flanigan, had been cast in the second season of the show in a recurring role.[37] In June 2021, it was announced Eden Epstein, Tom Mison, Hoon Lee and Olivia Cheng had joined Bautista as new series regulars for the second season whilst David Hewlett and Tamara Tunie would guest star.[38]

In June 2022, it was announced that David Hewlett, who guest starred in the second season, was promoted to series regular for the third and final season and was joined by new series regular Michael Raymond-James whilst Trieste Kelly Dunn would guest star.[39]

Principal and major photography for the first season commenced on September 17, 2018, in Vancouver, British Columbia, Canada and ended on February 8, 2019.[40][41] In October 2018, filming was reported to be taking place in Coquitlam, Eagle Mountain, North Vancouver (water shed), Rutheford service road, Pemberton, Deroche, Delta at Boundary Bay, Mission, Squamish Valley, Youth Detention Center Burnaby, Allouette in Mapleridge and the Campbell River and Strathcona Provincial Park areas of Vancouver Island, British Columbia.[42] Production costs for See rivaled that of HBO's Game of Thrones, though rumors that the budget for the first two seasons was $240 million, or $15 million per episode,[30] were debunked by Lawrence.[14]

Filming for the second season was expected to begin on February 3, 2020, and end on July 10, 2020.[43] However, in March 2020, production was shut down due to the COVID-19 pandemic.[44] In September 2020, it was reported that See would resume filming on October 14, 2020, in Toronto.[45] The second season finished filming on March 18, 2021.[46]

During Apple WWDC 2021, a sizzle reel included footage from the second season. A few days later, on June 10, 2021, a teaser for the second season was revealed along with the release of August 27, 2021.[49]

Ben Travers at IndieWire responded positively to the first season: "Steven Knight's action-drama is a strange-but-effective blend" and "the balance isn't quite there yet, as episodes don't exactly earn their hourlong run time. Momoa, meanwhile, fits the role well."[53]

Rotten Tomatoes gave the second season an 83% approval rating based on 6 reviews, with an average rating of 7.10/10.[54] Season 2 broke the viewership record for Apple TV, becoming the channel's most-watched drama series.[55]

Collider, in reviewing the final season, wrote, "Season 3, which also serves as the conclusion of the show, continues this positive trajectory, arriving at an ending that offers plenty of well-staged action that also delves deeper into the characters nearing the end of their story."[56]

Those who follow the HBO Max series Warrior will also find tons of real-world crossover in the AppleTV+ series, including Olivia Cheng, Hoon Lee, and Dean Jagger. Not to mention, of course, one of the writers on See is Warrior creator Jonathan Tropper. There are several developing arcs in the season, from the origins of the bombs, the relationship between sisters in Maghra, and the tyrannical Sibeth, played by Sylvia Hoeks in her finest of the series yet. While we see Maghra constantly trying to develop as a leader, we see her psychopathic sister taking every opportunity to manipulate, murder, and survive to try to reclaim her crown.

While See is largely an ensemble cast, the bulk of the heavy lifting is done by Momoa and Hoeks. Momoa's noble hulking brute in Baba perfectly contrasts Hoeks' ruthless politicking. While both seem like one-note characters, both have seen their share of vulnerability as there are instances where both find themselves helpless, yet they continued to persevere to the end. For self-preservation purposes, Sibeth seduced Kofun while she was imprisoned in season two and bearing a child. This garnered sympathy from her sister, who took over her crown in her place and kept her from extradition for her past crimes.

Season three also sees significant growth with Hilmar's Maghra, who reminds me of See's version of Sansa Stark finally embracing the destiny she was so often reluctant to take, no matter how naïve she perpetually was. If there was one presence sorely missed in season three, it was Alfre Woodard's Paris, who was the long-trusted friend and advisor to Maghra. While I understood the show's decision to move on from the character, it didn't drive the narrative but rather provided a shocking moment for surprise's sake.

Created by Steven Knight (Peaky Blinders), See's season three fulfilled its purpose to give Momoa a satisfying barbarian narrative he was only able to scratch the surface of when he starred in 2011's Conan the Barbarian and as Khal Drogo in Game of Thrones. Baba Voss was never meant to be a deep character but an everyman who tries to make peace with his past while coming to terms with his present to make penance for his family's future. While See isn't perfect as far as how dynamic, compelling narratives go, there are enough interesting characters and an outside-the-box from other epic war fantasies to be worth checking out.

In fact, See was actually one of the series used to launch the streaming platform for Apple, with the star power of Aquaman himself, and Peaky Blinders creator Steven Knight, proving to be enough of a lure to keep the show going. To get to a third season nowadays, especially in this cutthroat climate of shows being cancelled left, right, and centre, is no mean feat.

Apple TV Plus announced that See will make its global debut on Friday, August 26, 2022. Apple renewed See for a third season ahead of the premiere of season 2 way back in June 2021, which means we have known season 3 would be coming for quite a long time.

While death is never final in science fiction and fantasy, we would be very surprised to see Alfre Woodard or Dave Bautista return for season 3. We will, however, see more of the killer Queen Kane, played by Sylvia Hoeks.

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And that stretches to season 3 as well, where characters like Haniwa are relegated to background players with little in the way of an interesting arc, and whose sight is only used when the plot calls for it.

Starring alongside Momoa in the third season of See are ensemble cast members Sylvia Hoeks, Hera Hilmar, Christian Camargo, Archie Madekwe, Nesta Cooper, Tom Mison, Olivia Cheng, Eden Epstein, Michael Raymond-James, David Hewlett and Trieste Kelly Dunn.

The official trailer for See season 3 is here. The third and final season of the post-apocalyptic drama is returning to Apple TV+ August 26th. Starring Jason Momoa, See follows the fearless leader of the Alkenny Tribe, Baba Voss (Momoa) centuries into a dystopian future where humankind has lost their ability to see. Voss must protect his family when the ruthless queen, Kane, learns his children have the mythic ability of sight, and believes it is witchcraft.

The official trailer premiered at the Storytellers of Apple TV+ panel at San Diego Comic-Con 2022 earlier today. The See season 3 trailer follows Voss returning to the Payan Kingdom after a dangerous new threat created by a Trivantian scientist, sighted weaponry, threatens to hurt his wife, Maghra, and adopted children, Kofun and Haniwa. Check out the epic new trailer for See season 3 below:

Based on the See trailer revealed at Comic-Con, this new weapon appears to cause colossal damage in the form of a fire bomb, killing thousands and destroying entire cities at a time. The new fiery threat raises the stakes dramatically for Voss and his family, including his resentful brother, Edo Voss (Dave Bautista) who has seemingly returned after being defeated by his brother at the end of season 2. Although Bautista guest-starred in season 2, it seems he has a bigger role for the series' final season. With a dangerous new weapon, and the Trivantians set on destroying Baba and his family, See season 3 is stopping at nothing to conclude the series in epic fashion. 041b061a72

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