See Season 2 Set for Apple TV+, Changes Ahead for Jason Momoa Series

Joseph Baxter Oct 15, 2019

Jason Momoa headlined Apple TV series, See, has landed a preemptive second season renewal, albeit with personnel changes ahead.

See may be a sci-fi series set in a far-future in which humanity has collectively lost the sense of sight, but – in an example of art metaphorically imitating life – the show’s streaming home, Apple TV+, just did a bit of blind greenlighting of its own, preemptively renewing See Season 2 amongst a quartet that includes Dickinson, Morning Show and For All Mankind, ahead of the platform’s November 1 launch date.

The renewal of See and the three other shows was revealed in a lengthy report from THR on Apple’s streaming endeavors. The series, brandishing a concept-driven sci-fi premise, is set hundreds of years in the future, in which the human race has literally gone blind, resorting to a brutal, primitive tribal existence. With the DC Extended Universe's
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